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10th International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects10th International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects @ Lisboa, IST - Instituto Superior Técnico
Set 1_Set 5 todo o dia

iPRES-2013 will be co-located with DC-2013, the International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications.

A unique common registration will give full access for each delegate to the programme of both the conferences (keynotes will be held in plenary sessions, papers sessions specific of each conference will run in parallel) – http://ipres2013.ist.utl.pt/index.html.

Agenda Overview:

Tutorials: 2 September 2013

Main conference: 3-5 September 2013 (opening the 3 September morning; closing 5 September noon).

Workshops: 5 September 2013 on… (workshops will start the afternoon of the 5 September, lasting half day, full day, …, what necessary…)

Side Meetings: The conference will be held in the campus of an engineering school, the week before classes start. Plenty of room will be available for isde meetings (projects, working groups, birds of feather, …).

DC-2013: Linking to the future @ Lisboa, Portugal
Set 1_Set 6 todo o dia

DC-2013 will explore questions regarding the persistence, maintenance, and preservation of metadata and descriptive vocabularies. The need for stable representations and descriptions spans all sectors including cultural heritage and scientific data, eGovernment, finance and commerce. Thus, the maintenance and management of metadata is essential to address the long term availability of information of legal, cultural and economic value.

On the web, data—and especially descriptive vocabularies—can change or vanish from one moment to the next. Nonetheless, the web increasingly forms the ecosystem for our vocabularies and our data. DC-2013 will bring together in Lisbon the community of metadata scholars and practitioners to engage in the exchange of knowledge and best practices in developing a sustainable metadata ecosystem.

DC-2013 will be collocated and run simultaneously with « iPRES 2013 » providing a rich environment for synergistic exploration of issues common to both communities.

Twitter hashtag: #dcmi13

Website: http://dcevents.dublincore.org/index.php/IntConf/dc-2013

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3rd International Conference on Integrated Information3rd International Conference on Integrated Information
Set 4_Set 9 todo o dia

Some of the main themes of the conference are:

  • Library Science, Archives Science, Museum and Gallery Studies
  • Information Management, Knowledge Management
  • Records / Document Management, Documentation
  • Copyright, Electronic Publishing
  • Management of Nonprofit Organizations
  • Cultural Management
  • Change of Libraries and the Managerial Techniques
  • Human resources management, etc.
  • Conceptual and Organizational Perspectives of Knowledge Communication
  • Data mining, Development and Assessment of Digital Repositories
  • Development of new metrics, Information retrieval
  • Digital archives, Digital preservation, Digitization
  • Semantics, Semantic Web, Software, Distance learning
  • Health Information, Data Management
  • E-research, E-science, E-Learning

Website: http://icininfo.net/

IMCW2013: The 4th International Symposium on Information Management in a Changing WorldIMCW2013: The 4th International Symposium on Information Management in a Changing World
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Cloud computing has transformed the ways in which both individuals and enterprises make use of  IT services and network infrastructure within the last decade.  Everything including infrastructure, platforms, applications, software, data, and communication is now seen “as a service”.  Information, the life-blood of scientific progress, economic growth and social development, is mostly produced, disseminated, used, shared and re-used in digital formats nowadays.  Science, industry and business enterprises tend to become “information” enterprises in that even “money” as matter gets converted to “bits” so as to be stored digitally in computers and transmitted as “information” over the network.  Enterprises have tended to spend well over 70% of their time and money to support the information technologies (IT) and network infrastructure. Now they embrace cloud-based services to manage information more efficiently and effectively. As information managers we must now look Beyond the Cloud, collaborate in order to innovate and inspire while trying to predict what the future holds.

 

Submission deadline is March 4, 2013.

Please see third Call for Papers for more information at the Symposium web site: http://imcw2013.bilgiyonetimi.net

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Open Research Data on the Horizon … and beyond – RDA Europe Workshop prior to the RDA Plenary in WashingtonOpen Research Data on the Horizon … and beyond – RDA Europe Workshop prior to the RDA Plenary in Washington @ RZG Munich - Garching
Set 9_Set 10 todo o dia
Open Research Data on the Horizon … and beyondOpen Research Data on the Horizon … and beyond @ RZG Munich - Garching
Set 9_Set 10 todo o dia

The Research Data Alliance (http://rd-alliance.org) aims to facilitate the global research data sharing and exchange. This international effort encourages increasing interest among people who wish to participate to global research data initiatives. There exists a parallelism of community based harmonization approaches, including worldwide active communities, stimulated by answering the big scientific and societal challenges and driven by the need to address cross-disciplinary challenges. The iCORDI (www.icordi.eu) project in Europe is the European plugin into the global RDA activities and is focusing its activities into RDA Europe.
The goal of this workshop is to discuss European aspects of global research data sharing and exchange as well as inject new ideas and European achievements to be presented and represented during the RDA 2nd Plenary meeting taking place 16 – 18 September 2013 in Washington DC.
The meeting is also an opportunity for those who are unable to attend the Plenary meeting to understand RDA and provide inputs. The workshop will look at the European Commission’s Research Data e-Infrastructures: Framework for Action in H2020 to understand the focus & direction pan-European and global activities should take.

Website

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OKC 2013 Open Data – Broad, Deep, ConnectedOKC 2013 Open Data – Broad, Deep, Connected @ Geneva
Set 15_Set 18 todo o dia
Open Research Data … building global partnerships RDA Second Plenary MeetingOpen Research Data … building global partnerships RDA Second Plenary Meeting @ National Academy of Sciences
Set 15_Set 18 todo o dia
SCAPE Project Training: Future Formats FirstSCAPE Project Training: Future Formats First
Set 15_Set 17 todo o dia

Future Formats First: Building Application Infrastructures for Action Services

This workshop is the second event in the SCAPE project training programme. It will focus on using tools and workflows to carry out digital preservation actions at scale.

It will begin with an introduction to scalability and will present techniques to use a scalable platform with common preservation tools.

By building on a real use case from the British Library, delegates will gain hands on experience in migrating a large volume of image files to the JPEG 2000 format, verifying each migration against the original file using tools including ImageMagik, jpylyzer and Matchbox.

Delegates will learn about building workflows to invoke multiple operations, and how to share and discover other workflows. By building a scalable environment using Hadoop and Taverna, delegates will then be able to execute their workflow at scale, performing multiple simultaneous migrations and verifications.

 

Learning Outcomes (by the end of the session the attendees will be able to):

  1. Understand scalable platforms and evaluate the situations in which such environments are required.
  2. Apply knowledge of existing tools to solve migration and quality control problems.
  3. Combine and modify tool chains in order to create automated workflows for migration and quality control.
  4. Implement best practice for discovering and sharing workflows for use and re-use.
  5. Make use of a scalable environment and apply a number of workflows to automatically perform migration and quality assurance checks on a large number of objects.
  6. Identify a number of potential problems when working in a scalable environment and propose solutions.
  7. Understand the potential to use scalable platforms in digital preservation and synthesise new opportunities within your own environments.

Website: http://wiki.opf-labs.org/display/SP/SCAPE+Future+Formats+First+Agenda

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5th Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing (COASP 2013)5th Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing (COASP 2013) @ RADISSON BLU HOTEL
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COASP will this year be held in Riga, Latvia, September 18th – 20th, 2013.

Website: http://oaspa.org/conference/

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The International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (TPDL)The International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (TPDL)
Set 21_Set 26 todo o dia

We are happy to announce that OCLC is the latest Silver Sponsor of TPDL 2013. OCLC‘s public purpose is to establish, maintain and operate a computerized library network and to promote the evolution of library use, of libraries themselves and of librarianship, and to provide processes and products for the benefit of library users and libraries, including such objectives as increasing availability of library resources to individual library patrons and reducing the rate-of-rise of library per-unit costs, all for the fundamental public purpose of furthering ease of access to and use of the ever-expanding body of worldwide scientific, literary and educational knowledge and information.

Website: http://www.tpdl2013.info/

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Encontro Internacional de ArquivosArchives International Meeting @ Universidade do Algarve
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O Encontro Internacional de Arquivos, subordinado ao título Instituições, Arquivos e Sistemas de Informação na Era pós-custodial, apresenta-se como a  concretização de um projecto que visa reunir especialistas da área da Informação num espaço que se quer de reflexão e debate.

Pretende estimular-se a partilha de práticas e experiências face aos novos desafios que se impõem aos profissionais, bem como reconhecer as recentes áreas de interesse no campo da investigação. O papel do arquivista, enquanto gestor, tem vindo a afirmar-se nas políticas estratégicas das organizações, na estruturação dos sistemas de informação e nos constantes desafios da sua profissão.  A produção de conhecimento, em contexto técnico e académico, tem-se debruçado sobre o novo perfil e as novas formas de actuação do profissional da informação. Consequência desta mudança de paradigma surge um novo olhar sobre o funcionamento das instituições, dos sistemas de arquivo e da informação.

 

http://eiarquivos2013.weebly.com/

Proposing the theme Institutions, Archives and Post-Custodial Era Information Systems, Archives International Meeting presents itself as the achievement of a project aiming to bring together Information specialists in a reflection and debate environment.

The goal is to promote the sharing of professionals’ new challenges practices and experiences as well as the discussion on research in recent fields of interest. Archivists as managers have been stated in the strategic policies of organizations, in structuring of information systems and the continuous challenges of the profession. Knowledge production in technical and academic context has been addressing information professional profile and new skills. A new perspective on institutions, archival and information systems comes as a consequence of this paradigm shift.

 

http://eiarquivos2013.weebly.com/

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4ª Conferência Luso-Brasileira de Acesso Aberto @ Universidade de São Paulo - USP
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VISÃO GERAL

A 4ª Conferência Luso-Brasileira de Acesso Aberto tem como objetivo promover o compartilhamento, a discussão, a geração e a divulgação de conhecimentos, práticas e pesquisas sobre o acesso aberto em todas as suas dimensões e perspectivas, servindo de catalisador à disseminação de políticas, pesquisa e desenvolvimento na área.

Atendendo ao Memorando de Entendimento assinado entre os Ministros da Ciência e Tecnologia de Portugal e do Brasil em Outubro de 2009, as edições anteriores da CONFOA, realizadas em 2010, 2011 e 2012, reuniram cerca de 600 participantes.

A CONFOA 2013 será realizada no Brasil, na Universidade de São Paulo, no período de 6 a 9 de outubro de 2013 e pretende reunir interessados em atividades de pesquisa, desenvolvimento, gestão de serviços e definição de políticas relacionadas com o acesso aberto à produção científica produzida em instituições luso-brasileiras de pesquisa e ensino superior.

PÚBLICO-ALVO

O evento visa estimular o envolvimento de pesquisadores, docentes, administradores, estudantes, profissionais e políticos, promovendo maior disseminação, penetração e articulação entre esses atores e o tema do acesso aberto na comunidade luso-brasileira.

TEMAS

Temas a serem tratados no âmbito da Conferência :

•    Políticas públicas de acesso aberto, mandatos em instituições de ensino, de pesquisa e desenvolvimento e em agências financiadoras de ciência
•    Softwares abertos, protocolos de interoperabilidade entre repositórios e outros sistemas de informação de apoio à atividade científica e acadêmica
•    Repositórios de publicações e dados científicos, revistas científicas e outros
•    Impacto do acesso aberto na comunidade científica e nos rankings tradicionais e alternativos
•    Acesso aberto para uma ciência e uma pesquisa aberta
•    Auto-arquivamento e envolvimento da comunidade científica na construção de repositórios
•    Direitos de autor

Serão aceitos trabalhos em português, espanhol ou inglês, desde que apresentem uma temática luso-brasileira e de abrangência nacional. Não serão aceitos trabalhos sobre casos restritos a uma dada instituição, repositório ou revista.

LOCAL

Universidade de São Paulo
Sistema Integrado de Bibliotecas
Biblioteca Brasiliana
Auditório Central
Rua da Praça do Relógio, 109
Cidade Universitária
São Paulo – SP – Brasil

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Conferencia Internacional “Acceso abierto, preservación digital y datos científicos” Conferencia Internacional “Acceso abierto, preservación digital y datos científicos” @ Universidad de Costa Rica
Out 14_Out 17 todo o dia

El Consejo Nacional de Rectores de Costa Rica (CONARE), la Universidad de Costa Rica (UCR) y el Laboratorio Nacional de Nanotecnología (LANOTEC) del Centro Nacional de Alta Tecnología (CeNAT), en colaboración con LibLink del Consorcio Iberoamericano para la Educación en Ciencia y Tecnología (ISTEC) y la Biblioteca Digital Colombiana (BDCOL), lo invitan a enviar sus propuestas de ponencia para la Conferencia Internacional “Acceso Abierto, Preservación Digital y Datos Científicos” que se llevará a cabo del 15 al 17 de octubre de 2013, en el Auditorio de la Ciudad de la Investigación de la Universidad de Costa Rica.

Este espacio es el segundo encuentro de dos conferencias internacionales:

  • III Conferencia Internacional sobre Bibliotecas y Repositorios Digitales (BIREDIAL’13)
  • VIII Simposio Internacional de Biblioteca Digitales (SIBD’13)

Durante tres días compartiremos experiencias referidas a acceso abierto, la preservación de documentos en repositorios institucionales y de datos científicos. El evento atiende a las inquietudes de los investigadores en todo lo referido a la difusión de los resultados de investigación en acceso abierto y gestión de datos primarios o datos crudos, su visión, el complejo tema de derechos y la reproducibilidad de la investigación. También está dirigido a los encargados de gestionar y administración de los repositorios en las instituciones. Todas las temáticas serán pensadas bajo la política de acceso abierto, lo que significa repensar el acceso abierto para lo que viene en el futuro.

DIRIGIDO A:

  1. Bibliotecarios, Informáticos, Ingenieros, Diseñadores, Estadísticos y Comunicadores.
  2. Comunidades científicas, Observatorios, Open Data Centers y otros.
  3. Vicerrectores académicos.
  4. Investigadores, editores y directores de publicaciones científicas.
  5. Estudiantes de diversas especialidades.
  6. Instituciones de educación superior y centros de investigación.

ODIN codesprint and conferenceODIN codesprint and conference @ CERN
Out 14_Out 16 todo o dia

Supported by a lot of caffeine, you can dig into the details of DataCite and ORCID APIs during a 1,5 day and night codesprint. Results from the sprint will be presented at the ODIN 1st year “Big Bang” public conference where you can engage with cutting edge leaders in the field of data sharing and re-use services.

Mark these dates in your calender:

Codesprint: Oct 15th & 16th (Tue & Wed)
ODIN public conference: Oct 17th (Thu)

See the event page where further details will be posted as they become available.

Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions or suggestions you have. We’re looking forward to meeting you in October!

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MedOANet European ConferenceMedOANet European Conference @ EKT
Out 16_Out 18 todo o dia

The National Documentation Centre (EKT) announces the International Open Access Conference @ EKT. The 2013 conference is the third in a series of international conferences on Open Access organized by ΕΚΤ since 2008. The conference brings together specialists on open access, research policy-makers, such as research funders and research performing institution administrators, students and interested individuals to explore current trends in Open Access in Greece and Europe.

The conference comprises two parts: The first part (16th October) focuses on the trends and developments in Open Access in Greece, and specifically public sector information, open government and open education/open research. A call for paper abstracts for this part of the conference is addressed to Greek organizations who desire to present relative initiatives and is available here. Call for paper abstracts

The second part of the conference (October 17th and 18th) is the final conference of MedOANet (www.medoanet.eu), a European project coordinated by the National Documentation Centre (EKT/NHRF) to promote the implementation of coordinated open access policies among Mediterranean European countries. The final conference of MedOANet will serve to present the results of the project, placing them in the wider European perspectives on Open Access policies, and providing a forum for the current debate on Open Access policy implementation practices within the EU. Specifically, the final conference will focus on best practices in policy implementation among research funders and research performing institutions, as well as a discussion of open access within the European Research Area.

The program of the International Open Access Conference @ EKT will include presentations by renowned experts and representatives from the areas of research and Open Access. The conference is of special interest for institutions that are involved in research policy and research performing institutions.

Admission to all the conference is free, however online registration prior to the event is required.Registration Form

The Conference will be broadcasted live at www.ekt.gr/events/live.


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Conferência de comemoração dos 15 anos da Rede SciELO Conferência de comemoração dos 15 anos da Rede SciELO
Out 21_Out 25 todo o dia

A conferência de comemoração dos 15 anos da Rede SciELO reunirá autoridades e especialistas em pesquisa e comunicação científica. O objetivo do encontro é destacar e debater o estado da arte em comunicação científica em acesso aberto e os desafios para o desenvolvimento dos periódicos científicos e do Programa SciELO.

Website: http://www.scielo15.org/

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Webinar: Da utopia à realidade: reflexões sobre os desenvolvimentos recentes do Open Access
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Eloy Rodrigues, Diretor dos Serviços de Documentação da Universidade do Minho

Identificação e reflexão sobre os recentes desenvolvimentos nacionais e internacionais do movimento pelo Acesso Aberto à literatura científica.

Destinatários:

Responsáveis de instituições de investigação e ensino superior, investigadores, gestores de repositórios e profissionais de informação.

Programa:

11h00 – Da utopia à realidade: reflexões sobre os últimos desenvolvimentos internacionais do Open Access, Eloy Rodrigues
11h40 – Perguntas e respostas

Mais informações:

Gabinete de Projetos Open Access – Serviços de Documentação da Universidade do Minho, telefone: 253604983, e-mail: openaccess@sdum.uminho.pt (consulte a apresentação do webinar em PDF).

Inscrições:

[contact-form-7 id=”2362″ title=”Inscrição no Webinar Open Access”]

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CLASSIFICATION AND VISUALIZATION: INTERFACES TO KNOWLEDGE International UDC Seminar 2013 CLASSIFICATION AND VISUALIZATION: INTERFACES TO KNOWLEDGE International UDC Seminar 2013 @ The Hague, National Library of the Netherlands
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The objective of this conference is to explore cutting edge advances and techniques in the visualization of knowledge across various fields of application and their potential impact on developments in the more main stream bibliographic and documentary classifications.

We invite overviews, illustrations and analysis of approaches to and models of the visualization of knowledge that can help advance the application of documentary and bibliographic classifications in information and knowledge discovery. We welcome high quality, innovative research contributions from various fields of application including:

– visualization of knowledge orders (e.g. scientific taxonomies, Wikipedia)

– visualization of collection content, large datasets

– visualization of knowledge classifications for the purpose of managing the classifications and working with them

– visualization of knowledge to support interactive searching, user browsing behaviour (IR) and classification as an aid to information navigation

 

Specific topics may include:

1. Issues and challenges in visualization of conceptual structures and knowledge in general, e.g. development of knowledge over time, shift in knowledge structures (dynamic knowledge), interactions between knowledge structures, socio-cultural issues, technical challenges (incl. animation, simulation)

2. Knowledge visualization models and metaphors: theory, methods, overviews, analysis

3. Visualization of classification in: information searching and browsing (e.g. search expansion, result display); visualization of knowledge in relation to user information needs

4. Presentation and visualization related to specific types of knowledge classification structure (e.g. faceted and enumerative hierarchies, polyhierarchical and/or aspect classifications etc.)

5. Classification as an aid in presenting and navigating large datasets, or providing an overview of collection content for resource discovery or management purposes

6. Visualization as an aid to cross-collection, cross-language, cross-vocabulary knowledge browsing

7. Relationships between classification data formats and classification visualization

 

We invite two kinds of contributions: conference papers and posters. Paper proposals should be submitted in the form of an extended abstract (1000-1200 words including references for papers and 500-600 words for posters). A submission form is provided on the conference website.

Conference proceedings will be published by Ergon Verlag and will be distributed at the conference.

IMPORTANT DATES:

15 Jan 2013    Paper proposal submission deadline

15 Feb 2013    Notification of acceptance

15 Apr 2013    Paper submission

 

ORGANIZER: Classification & Visualization is the fourth biennial conference in a series of International UDC Seminars organized by the UDC Consortium (UDCC) and hosted by Koninklijke Bibliotheek (The National Library of Netherlands). UDCC is a not-for-profit organization, based in The Hague, established to maintain and distribute the Universal Decimal Classification and to support its use and development.

Website: http://seminar.udcc.org/2013/

Webinar: Implementação de Políticas de Acesso AbertoWebinar: Implementação de Políticas de Acesso Aberto
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Sessão de esclarecimento online sobre como implementar políticas de acesso aberto em organizações que realizam investigação científica e agências financiadoras de ciência.

Pretende-se informar sobre os recentes desenvolvimentos políticos em Portugal e na Europa, apresentar a opinião e prática dos investigadores Portugueses relativamente ao Acesso Aberto e as orientações para a implementação de políticas de Acesso Aberto desenvolvidas no âmbito do Projeto MedOANet.

Webinar decorrente das atividades de disseminação do projeto MedOANet – Mediterranean Open Access Network (www.medoanet.eu), com o objetivo de não só informar sobre os mais recentes desenvolvimentos políticos em termos de Acesso Aberto em Portugal e na Europa mas também descrever o processo de implementação de uma política de Acesso Aberto.

Destinatários:

Decisores políticos, representantes de instituições que realizam investigação científica, financiadores de ciência e profissionais de informação que colaborem, participam ou pretendem participar em iniciativas de Acesso Aberto nas suas organizações.

Programa:

11h00 – O atual contexto político em Portugal e na Europa

11h10 – Opinião e prática dos investigadores Portugueses

11h20 – Diretrizes para a implementação de políticas de Acesso Aberto

11h35 – Exemplos de boas práticas

11h40 – Perguntas e respostas

Mais informações:

Gabinete de Projetos Open Access – Serviços de Documentação da Universidade do Minho, telefone: 253604982, e-mail: claraboavida@sdum.uminho.pt (consulte a apresentação do webinar em PDF).

Inscrições:

[contact-form-7 id=”2356″ title=”Inscrição no Webinar MedOANet”]

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Comunicar Ciência: A Publicação Científica e os seus PúblicosCommunicating Science: Scientific Publication and its Audience @ Universidade da Beira Interior Faculdade de Artes e Letras - Polo 1
Out 24_Out 25 todo o dia

Dirigidas a professores, investigadores, estudantes e bibliotecários as presentes jornadas têm como propósito reunir peritos nas áreas das ciências e humanidades para reflectirem sobre o sentido das respectivas actividades, aprofundando algumas destas questões. Como comunicam os cientistas com os seus pares, e que consequências importa essa forma de o fazer para a ciência que produzem? Que desafios trazem os modos de publicação emergentes – nomeadamente publicação digital, open access, LOTE, o papel das actividades de arquivo e indexação, aspectos sociais e políticos da classificação e ranking de publicações, – e podem as Humanidades abraça-los sem reservas, são algumas das questões que orientam os trabalhos.

Comunicar Ciência: A Publicação Científica e os seus Públicos é um dos eventos associados à International Open Access Week.

Websitehttp://www.comunicarciencia.ubi.pt/conferencia/index.html

Webinar: O contributo do RCAAP para a melhoria da comunicação da ciência em PortugalWebinar: O contributo do RCAAP para a melhoria da comunicação da ciência em Portugal
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Sessão de apresentação de dados, indicadores e processos desenvolvidos no âmbito do projeto RCAAP que contribuíram para a melhoria da comunicação de ciência em Portugal e o seu contributo para a disponibilização cada vez maior de trabalhos científicos em acesso aberto para toda a comunidade.


Webinar desenvolvido no âmbito das atividades da Open Access Week do Gabinete de Projetos Open Access da Universidade do Minho.

Destinatários:

Investigadores, gestores de projetos, gestores de repositórios, administradores de ciência e profissionais de informação que pretendam conhecer a evolução e o impacto do projeto RCAAP.

Programa:

11h00 – Apresentação do projeto RCAAP: génese do projeto, João Moreira (FCT)

11h15 – Contributos do projeto RCAAP para a comunicação da ciência em Portugal, José Carvalho

11h40 – Perguntas e respostas

Mais informações:

Gabinete de Projetos Open Access – Serviços de Documentação da Universidade do Minho, telefone: 253604155, e-mail: jcarvalho@sdum.uminho.pt (consulte a apresentação do webinar em PDF).

Inscrições:

[contact-form-7 id=”2360″ title=”Inscrição no Webinar RCAAP”]

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Webinar: Diretrizes Open Access da Comissão Europeia para projetos de investigação científicaWebinar: Diretrizes Open Access da Comissão Europeia para projetos de investigação científica
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Sessão de esclarecimento online para apresentar e clarificar as condições de publicação Open Access da Comissão Europeia que exigem que o investigador disponibilize em acesso aberto as publicações que resultem de investigação financiada pela União Europeia.

Webinar desenvolvido no âmbito das atividades de disseminação do projeto OpenAIREplus – Infraestrutura Open Access para a Investigação na Europa (www.openaire.eu), com o objetivo de apoiar os investigadores no cumprimento das condições Open Access no âmbito do 7º Programa Quadro, e apresentar as principais orientações para o programa Horizonte 2020.

Destinatários:

Investigadores, gestores de projetos, administradores de ciência e profissionais de informação que colaborem, participam ou pretendem participar em projetos com financiamento da Comissão Europeia, particularmente no âmbito do 7º Programa Quadro e do Conselho Europeu de Investigação.

Programa:

11h00 – Políticas de Acesso Aberto na Europa: o papel dos agentes financiadores da ciência, Eloy Rodrigues

11h15 – Cumprimento das condições Open Access da Comissão Europeia: o papel da infraestrutura OpenAIRE (Open Access para a Investigação na Europa), Pedro Príncipe

11h40 – Perguntas e respostas

Mais informações:

Gabinete de Projetos Open Access – Serviços de Documentação da Universidade do Minho, telefone: 253604983, e-mail: pedroprincipe@sdum.uminho.pt (consulte a apresentação do webinar em PDF).

INSCRIÇÕES:

[contact-form-7 id=”936″ title=”Inscrição no Webinar OpenAIRE (1ª sessão)”]

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Open Access and Research Conference 2013Open Access and Research Conference 2013 @ Queensland University of Technology
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As you attended the Open Access and Research Conference (OAR) in 2008, Queensland University of Technology (QUT) would like to invite you to the OAR 2013 Conference in Brisbane, from 31 October to 1 November.

The Open Access and Research Conference is an opportunity to take stock of recent developments in Open Access and to discuss the strategic advantages these bring to the research sector moving forward.

Website: http://www.oar2013.qut.edu.au/

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Ter
2013
ICT 2013: Create, Connect, GrowICT 2013: Create, Connect, Grow @ Vilnius
Nov 5_Nov 8 todo o dia

ICT2013 will bring together Europe’s best & brightest in ICT research, with businesses old & new, web start-ups and digital strategists to chart a path for Europe’s ICT research policy. Join us to share your vision for the future with EU policy-makers, and see the latest advances in EU-funded ICT research.

It is expected that ICT2013 will be opened by the President of Lithuania, Dalia Grybauskaitė, who will welcome to Vilnius young people from all over Europe looking to a career in ICT, and open the Lithuanian pavilion, showcasing the best of Lithuanian inventors & inventions.

Neelie Kroes, European Commission Vice President for the Digital Agenda will open the ICT2013 conference, a forum for debating the key issues among Europe as a home for innovation and a destination for ICT research.

The ICT 2013 event will be the first opportunity to learn the details of research funding for ICT-related projects under Horizon 2020, the EU’s new research program for 2014-2020. The European Commission proposed an €80 billion package for research & innovation funding, as part of the drive to create sustainable growth and new jobs in Europe. Horizon 2020 will support the development of ICT in Science (in future and emerging technologies or e-Infrastructures); in industrial leadership (such as smart systems, robotics, photonics, etc.) and in societal challenges (such as eHealth, eGovernment and eSkills.)

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ICT2013 will bring together Europe’s best & brightest in ICT research, with businesses old & new, web start-ups and digital strategists to chart a path for Europe’s ICT research policy. Join us to share your vision for the future with EU policy-makers, and see the latest advances in EU-funded ICT research.

It is expected that ICT2013 will be opened by the President of Lithuania, Dalia Grybauskaitė, who will welcome to Vilnius young people from all over Europe looking to a career in ICT, and open the Lithuanian pavilion, showcasing the best of Lithuanian inventors & inventions.

Neelie Kroes, European Commission Vice President for the Digital Agenda will open the ICT2013 conference, a forum for debating the key issues among Europe as a home for innovation and a destination for ICT research.

The ICT 2013 event will be the first opportunity to learn the details of research funding for ICT-related projects under Horizon 2020, the EU’s new research program for 2014-2020. The European Commission proposed an €80 billion package for research & innovation funding, as part of the drive to create sustainable growth and new jobs in Europe. Horizon 2020 will support the development of ICT in Science (in future and emerging technologies or e-Infrastructures); in industrial leadership (such as smart systems, robotics, photonics, etc.) and in societal challenges (such as eHealth, eGovernment and eSkills.)

Save the date and follow us on twitter @ict2013eu

OpenAIRE Workshop: Legal and Sustainability IssuesOpenAIRE Workshop: Legal and Sustainability Issues @ Vilnius, Lithuania
Nov 5@13:30_14:30

Premise of the workshop

The goals of this consultation workshop are:

  1. To test preliminary results of the OpenAIRE legal and sustainability studies (in progress).
  2. To get input from OpenAIRE partners, NOADs, EC and other experts with experience of making OA service/infrastructures sustainable.

Focus areas of the event will include:

  • Exploration of available OA business models
  • Definition of the components of an OA infrastructure
  • How to sustain OA services within a permanent infrastructure
  • What are the legal parameters for re-use of research data
  • Options for licensing research data

This workshop is aimed at: policy and decision makers, librarians, scientists who re-use data, data mining practitioners, EC officers, ICT delegates, OpenAIRE NOADs

Max capacity: 50 people

Start 9.00am – 15:15

Website: http://www.openaire.eu/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=475:openaire-workshop-november-5-vilnius&catid=76:highlights

Nov
7
Qui
2013
I Congresso ISKO Espanha e PortugalI Congresso ISKO Espanha e Portugal @ Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto
Nov 7_Nov 9 todo o dia

I Congresso ISKO Espanha e Portugal, subordinado ao tema Informação e/ou Conhecimento: as duas faces de Jano vai realizar-se nos dias 7, 8 e 9 de novembro de 2013, na cidade do Porto, e terá lugar na Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto.

O Capítulo Espanhol da ISKO, criado em 1991, passou a integrar diversos membros portugueses, estando em processo de mudança da sua denominação para ISKO España y Portugal e, por isso, o I Congresso ISKO Espanha e Portugal irá ter lugar no Porto, sendo, simultaneamente, o XI Congresso ISKO Espanha.

A organização do congresso está a cargo do centro de investigação CETAC.MEDIA (Centro de Estudos das Tecnologias e Ciências da Comunicação).

Website

Nov
14
Qui
2013
EuroCRIS @ Porto
Nov 14@9:00_Nov 15@19:00

From the website: http://www.eurocris.up.pt/

 

The Autumn membership meeting of the European Organization for International Research Information  (euroCRIS) will be held in the University of Porto. All sessions will take place at the Faculty of Law and the welcome reception in the historic building of the University. Both places are located in one of the campuses of the University of Porto, in the heart of the historic center of the city.

The European Organisation for International Research Information, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the development of Research Information Systems and their interoperability, organises biannual membership meetings to involve the members actively in the euroCRIS actions and projects. The membership meetings have gradually evolved to mini-conferences and attract an increasing number of people.

Following the membership meeting held in Bonn last May, euroCRIS is organising the second membership meeting of 2013 which will take place in Porto, Portugal, the 14th-15thNovember, hosted by the University of Porto.

The euroCRIS membership meeting is structured as follows:

  • A euroCRIS overview session: in this session the Board and the Task Groups report from their meetings and on recent progress and plans. In this way all participants get a full survey of all on-going activities and of the action plan for the next six months.
  • A “national” session, in which experts from the organising country report on their CRIS and on recent progress and innovations.
  • The euroCRIS “Jostein Hauge” session, named after the founding father of euroCRIS, in which euroCRIS members report on recent innovations and implementations.
  • A special topic with position papers and/or invited lectures and discussions.
  • Parallel Task Group (TG) meetings with plenary back-reporting. Unlike the technical expert TG meetings, the TG sessions during the membership meetings are accessible to all members and are meant to inform them on ongoing work and plans and to discuss.

In the membership meeting also a CERIF tutorial is included for the local community and interested euroCRIS members.

The special topic for the Porto euroCRIS membership meeting is:

Services, models and architectures for R&D

Institutions are taking several approaches to manage R&D activities with the help of research administration infrastructures, like CRIS (Current Research Information Systems) and IR (Institutional Repositories). The scope of the services offered is very broad and different models and architectures are possible. Institutions go for commercial or in-house built CRIS or IR that may offer significantly different functionalities. IR and CRIS may interoperate, may be centralized at the national agencies level or distributed among universities and research institutes and may connect to other internal or external systems. The aim of this session is to discuss different approaches for services, models and architectures for research administration infrastructures and identify best practices impacting the performance of R&D management.

This meeting is aimed at R&D managers and practitioners as well as IS researchers and developers at universities, R&D institutes and companies, besides euroCRIS members.
A social programme including a welcome reception, a joint dinner and guided visits will allow time to discover the University of Porto and the beautiful city of Porto, giving the opportunity for some relaxation from the intensive work sessions.

Nov
18
Seg
2013
2nd Aligning National Approaches To Digital Preservation Conference2nd Aligning National Approaches To Digital Preservation Conference @ Biblioteca de Catalunya
Nov 18_Nov 20 todo o dia

The second ANADP (Aligning National Approaches to Digital Preservation) conference has been scheduled for Barcelona, Spain on November 18-20, 2013. This is a follow on to the first ANADP conference which was held in Tallinn, Estonia in May 2011, which was an excellent discussion of potential alignment strategies across various national preservation programs and was documented in a 2012 volume of proceedings published by the Educopia Institute. The outcomes from this meeting, and strategies for moving ahead, have been refined at a 2012 workshop held in connection with iPres, and a just-concluded January 14, 2013 Workshop held in conjunction with the International Digital Curation Conference now taking place in Amsterdam. (I will share a pointer to materials from the January workshop when they are available.)

Information on the ANADP 2 conference, plus pointers to more background on the first ANDAP conference can be found at

http://www.educopia.org/events/ANADPII

MTSR 2013: 7th Metadata and Semantics Research ConferenceMTSR 2013: 7th Metadata and Semantics Research Conference @ Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki
Nov 18_Nov 22 todo o dia

The sharing and re-use of research information is becoming an increasingly important aspect of scientific activity. Text publications are – and will be at least for the near future – the predominant way of publishing research output and challenges still exist for their optimal recording and dissemination. Meanwhile, scientific communities recognise the immense significance of storing, discovering, processing, preserving and re-using data sets as well as other types of research objects like workflows and software. Furthermore, Public Sector Information, potentially valuable for research purposes, is provided openly by governments although not always in forms that enable re-use.

Metadata is a critical factor in this area, actually providing the means to promote black-box digital files to discoverable and re-usable objects. A key requirement is capturing and disseminating rich descriptions of research output in standard, semantically clear forms, including contextual and provenance information, such as relationships of publications and data sets with people, organisations, funding information, facilities and equipment. This metadata needs to be some extent independent of a particular research domain, to foster collaboration and re-use of data sets across disciplines and vertical communities, while still allowing the recording and utilisation of domain-specific information. A range of open issues have to be addressed towards these goals.

The aim of this Special Track is to serve as a forum for experts to present recent results and experiences, establish liaisons with other groups and reflect on the state-of-the-art of metadata and semantic aspectsof open repositories, research information systems and data infrastructures.

 

Website: http://mtsr2013.teithe.gr/index.php/tracks/open-repositories