Here is the latest issue of our newsletter, which informs you monthly about our program and its scope.
Video Interview: "The Summer School"
In the second video in our series, Dr. Aude Bax de Keating, Portfolio Manager at swissuniversities, talks with Stefanie Strebel and Claudine Leysinger from "The Summer School" project of the Graduate Campus at the University of Zurich. Among other things, the conversation highlights the specific project outcomes, as well as the impact of the project and the added value it brings to the Swiss community. Watch the full video here.
EOSC Executive Board 2020 Final Reports
- EOSC Authentication and Authorization Infrastructure (AAI)
- EOSC architecture working group view on the minimum viable EOSC
- PID (Persistent Identifiers) architecture for the EOSC
- EOSC interoperability framework
- Scholarly Infrastructures for Research Software
- Landscape of EOSC-related infrastructures and initiatives
- Digital skills for FAIR and Open Science
- Ownership and evolution of RoP from 2021 onwards
- Six Recommendations for implementation of FAIR practice
- Country sheets analysis
- Solutions for a sustainable EOSC
These reports are useful sources of information in the current development of the national ORD action plan, under the responsibility of the ORD project group.
Report on "Transformative Agreements" by the Open Science Platform Poland
In its recent report, "Transformative Agreements: Overview, Case Studies, and Legal Analysis", Open Science Platform Poland outlined the current situation regarding "transformative agreements," understood as a means of transitioning from a subscription-based model of scholarly publishing to full and immediate open access.
The Open Science Platform is an initiative of the Interdisciplinary Center for Mathematical and Computational Modeling at the University of Warsaw (ICM UW). With the goal of implementing Open Science in Poland, the initiative focuses on infrastructure, software development, open resources, training and expertise.
- March 30, 2021: ccdigitallaw.ch, Legal issues in research data management – DMLaw Tool, a web-based guiding tool for researchers
FROM THE PROGRAMME
Patrick Furrer leaves swissuniversities
After three years as coordinator of the Scientific Information Program, the current developments in the field of Open Science no longer provide him with the desired strategic and operational framework for action within swissuniversities. Patrick Furrer has therefore decided to seek a new professional challenge in order to have more operational capacity. He will leave swissuniversities by the end of December 2021 at the latest. swissuniversities thanks Patrick for his commitment and wishes him all the best in his future career.
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