Eventos

Fev
26
Ter
2013
Knowledge Exchange Workshop: Making Data CountKnowledge Exchange Workshop: Making Data Count
Fev 26@16:30_17:30
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Making Data Count: Research data availability and research assessment
Berlin, Neue Mälzerei

http://makingdatacount.eventbrite.com

The possibilities of digital research have altered the production, publication and use of research results. Academic research practice and culture are changing or have already been transformed, but to a large degree the system of academic recognition has not yet adapted to the practices and possibilities of digital research. This applies especially to research data, which are increasingly produced, managed, published and archived, but hardly play a role in practices of research as-sessment.

Aim
The aim of the workshop is to bring experts and stakeholders from research institutions, universities, scholarly societies and funding agencies together in order to review, discuss and build on possibilities to implement the culture of sharing and to integrate publication of data into research assessment procedures.

Practical Information and Hotel
We can recommend booking a room at the NH hotel Alexanderplatz which is very close. This workshop is free of charge and Knowledge Exchange will cover the costs of lunches, coffees and teas. Registration is on a first come come first served basis.

Programme
Further background information on the event and the full programme are available through http://www.knowledge-exchange.info/Default.aspx?ID=576
Making Data Count: Research data availability and research assessment
Berlin, Neue Mälzerei

http://makingdatacount.eventbrite.com

The possibilities of digital research have altered the production, publication and use of research results. Academic research practice and culture are changing or have already been transformed, but to a large degree the system of academic recognition has not yet adapted to the practices and possibilities of digital research. This applies especially to research data, which are increasingly produced, managed, published and archived, but hardly play a role in practices of research as-sessment.

Aim
The aim of the workshop is to bring experts and stakeholders from research institutions, universities, scholarly societies and funding agencies together in order to review, discuss and build on possibilities to implement the culture of sharing and to integrate publication of data into research assessment procedures.

Practical Information and Hotel
We can recommend booking a room at the NH hotel Alexanderplatz which is very close. This workshop is free of charge and Knowledge Exchange will cover the costs of lunches, coffees and teas. Registration is on a first come come first served basis.

Programme
Further background information on the event and the full programme are available through http://www.knowledge-exchange.info/Default.aspx?ID=576

Jan
29
Qua
2014
BOBCATSSSS 2014 @ Barcelona
Jan 29_Jan 31 todo o dia

BOBCATSSS is an annual symposium with themes relating to library and information science. The symposium is under the auspices of EUCLID (European Association for Library and Information Education and Research) and it is organized by students from at lest two European universities. The symposium in January 2014 will take place in Barcelona.

This year’s theme is “Library (r)evolution: Promoting sustainable information practices” and the organizing and planning of the BOBCATSSSS 2014 symposium is a collaboration between two universities from two different countries. The teams from Borås (The university of Borås) and Barcelona (Universitat de Barcelona) are working together in making an international meeting place for exchanging experiences and to fulfil the goal to enable a discussion about sustainable development in the field of library and information science.

+ info: http://bobcatsss2014.hb.se

Mai
18
Dom
2014
3rd LIBER Workshop on Digital Curation @ University of Vienna
Mai 18_Mai 19 todo o dia

The management of digital objects (e.g. articles, datasets, images, streams of data, multimedia objects) and non-digital objects (namely real-world entities, like authors, institutions, teams, geographic locations, etc.) is a crucial issue for the whole scientific and administrative process within an academic institution.

The need to unambiguously locate and access the digital resources, as well as associate them with the related metadata (e.g. authors, relevant entities, institutions, research groups, projects, administrative organisational units) is an essential requirement for managing, accessing, reusing, retrieving and preserving huge amounts of cultural and intellectual resources.

Along with the tide of Big Data, the relevance of this issue has been dramatically increased, making it clear that academic institutions have to take actions and develop plans that foster achievement of these goals. In this Conference, we argue that the introduction of comprehensive Data Management Plans is the imminent step for the Instiutions and their repositories which seek to fulfil requirements set to them.

Data Management Plans facilitate the curation process of digital objects. Thus, the time and effort spent by the curators is minimized.

+ info: http://liber2014.univie.ac.at

Jun
2
Seg
2014
40th IASSIST Conference @ Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Jun 2_Jun 5 todo o dia

40th Annual IASSIST Conference — Aligning Data and Research Infrastructure – Toronto, Ontario, Canada, June 3 – June 6, 2014.

IASSIST – International Association for Social Science Information Services & Technology.

Host institutions: Ryerson University, University of Toronto, and York University.

+ info: http://www.library.yorku.ca/cms/iassist

Set
18
Qui
2014
ERC Workshop on Research Data Management and Sharing @ Covent Garden, Brussels
Set 18@13:45_Set 19@14:45

On 18–19 September 2014, the European Research Council Executive Agency (ERCEA) in collaboration with the ERC Scientific Council’s Working Group on Open Access is organising a workshop on Research Data Management and Sharing.

During this 2-day event different aspects of this important topic will be explored together with ERC grantees and other researchers, with representatives from funding bodies, universities and other research performers, with publishers, scientific societies, policy makers and other interested parties.

The workshop is organised around a number of interactive sessions with lots of room for discussion. The ultimate aim is to generate a number of concrete recommendations to relevant stakeholders on how to encourage and support good data management practices and facilitate the sharing and re-use of research data.

The workshop is by invitation only. A detailed draft programme, which will be regularly updated, and information on how to request an invitation are available on the ERC website at
http://erc.europa.eu/media-and-events/events/erc-workshop-research-data-management-and-sharing

Out
8
Qua
2014
Workshop ConfOA: Como cumprir com os requisitos do Acesso Aberto no quadro europeu Horizonte 2020 @ Biblioteca Geral da Universidade de Coimbra
Out 8@14:00_16:00

Workshop promovido no âmbito da 5ª Conferência Luso-Brasileira de Acesso Aberto.

Formadores: Victoria Tsoukala (EKT – National Documentation Centre); Eloy Rodrigues (Universidade do Minho); Ana Luísa Silva (Universidade de Coimbra)

Destinatários: Investigadores, docentes e alunos do terceiro ciclo (preferencialmente da Universidade de Coimbra)

Descrição:
O objetivo deste curso é o de informar os investigadores sobre as políticas de Acesso Aberto e de Dados Abertos do Programa-Quadro Horizonte 2020. Através do Horizonte 2020 a Comissão Europeia declara que todos os artigos revistos pelos pares, que resultem de projetos financiados por esta organização, devem ser disponibilizados em acesso aberto.
A oficina irá fornecer informações detalhadas sobre os requisitos para publicação em acesso aberto e sobre a ação-piloto de acesso aberto a dados científicos e aos planos de gestão de dados de investigação. Aos participantes serão dadas informações práticas sobre como cumprir com os requisitos do acesso aberto, e como integrar esses requisitos durante todo o ciclo de vida do projeto – desde a elaboração de propostas à avaliação final.
Resultados:
Esta oficina tem como objetivo reforçar o grau de cumprimento das políticas de Acesso Aberto e de Dados Abertos no programa-quadro Horizonte 2020, por parte dos investigadores portugueses. Assim, os participantes ficarão a:
– Ter uma melhor compreensão das vantagens do Acesso Aberto;
– Conhecer as políticas europeias sobre o Acesso Aberto;
– Conhecer os requisitos de Acesso Aberto do Horizonte 2020;
– Saber como cumprir com esses requisitos (quando publicam um artigo, depositam uma publicação ou submetem um projeto a financiamento)

Idiomas da formação: Inglês e Português
Inscrições disponíveis em http://goo.gl/WOL788
(Número de inscrições limitado a 50 participantes)

foster_logo

Evento apoiado pelo projeto FOSTER

Out
4
Qua
2017
8ª ConfOA – Conferência Luso – Brasileira de Acesso Aberto @ Rua Gabriel Abrão, 92
Out 4_Out 6 todo o dia