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Fostering a FAIR research culture - what works?

Organisers & Speakers: Jos van Wezel - EOSC PILLAR, Eva Mendez, Francisco J. Núñez Benjumea - FAIR4Health, Susanna-Assunta Sansone - FAIRsharing RDA WG, EOSC-Life, IMI FAIRplus, Isabelle Perseil - RDA Europe/RDA WG on FAIR Maturity, Brian Matthews - ExPaNDS, FAIRsFAIR, Joy Davidson - FAIRsFAIR, Najla Rettberg - OpenAIRE, Natasha Simmons - RDA Data Policy Standardisation IG
Duration: 2 hrs
Room: Arquivo Hall

This workshop will explore some examples where successes have been realised and consider if these are extensible to other domains. This work will feed into recommendations being developed by the FAIRsFAIR project to help improve FAIR policy and practice.

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Dutch law and routes to Open Access: a national copyright law pilot project as an inspiring example?

Organisers & Speakers: Arjan De Rooy - Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Just De Leeuwe - TU Delft Library, Christopher Bruch - Helmholtz Association Berlin, André Dazy - Couperin, André Hoffman - University of Zurich
Duration: 1.5 hr
Room: Miragaia Hall

The aim of the workshop is to present the outcome of the pilot and inspire policy makers, librarians and researchers in other countries to employ legal possibilities to maximise the use of Green Open Access. The workshop will focus on possible legal routes and their translation to uniform guidelines and present the implementation in a comparative case study of two Dutch universities.

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DSpace 7.0, OpenAIRE Guidelines, CRIS and ORCID

Organisers & Speakers: João Mendes Moreira, Paulo Lopes - FCT, Michele Minnielli - Lyrasis – DuraSpace, Dimitris Pierrakos - OpenAIRE
Duration: 1.5 hr
Room: D. Maria Hall

This session will present the work done so far to integrate repositories in the research information management ecosystem (OpenAIRE Guidelines compliance, integration with CRIS and ORCID recommendations compliance). Participants will be asked for their feedback on the ongoing work. The workshop will lay the foundations for those who want to contribute in this community driven effort.

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Defining FAIR in the SSH: issues, cultures and practical implementations

Organisers & Speakers: Elena Giglia - University of Turin, Arnaud Gingold - Open Edition-CNRS, Carlos Costa - Coimbra University, Peter Kraker - OKMaps, Delfim Leão - Coimbra University, Ana Miguéis - Coimbra University, Bruno Neves - Coimbra University, Franco Niccolucci - Univ. Florence, Erzsébet Tóth-Czifra - DARIAH
Duration: 2h
Room: D. Luis Hall

This workshop [conducted by CO-OPERAS IN members] will engage the SSH community in defining FAIR data in their disciplines, in exploring possible solutions to address the multilingualism, in focusing on practical solutions to create a FAIR ecosystem

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Data Discovery Across Disciplines

Organisers & Speakers: Peter Kraker - Open Knowledge Maps, Alessia Bardi - OpenAIRE, Johana Chylíková - CSDA, Arnaud Gingold - OPERAS, Petr Knoth - CORE, Brigitte Mathiak - GESIS, Christian Pietsch - BASE, Nancy Pontika - CORE, Jochen Schirrwagen - BASE, Nataliia Sokolovska - HIIG, Heinrich Widmann - EUDAT
Duration: 2 hrs
Room: Arquivo Hall

In this workshop by the GO FAIR Implementation Network on Discovery, we will be looking at data discovery across disciplines, with a particular focus on interfaces and other user-facing services.

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Application of RRI and Open Science in Public Service: bridging the gap between society and policy and decision makers

Organisers & Speakers: Gonçalo Praça - Ciência Viva, Olga Glumac - Sociedade Portuguesa de Inovação - SPI
Duration: 2 hrs
Room: Ribeira II Hall

The workshop will provide tools on how to better approach, engage and integrate society in solving local challenges by using design-led and co-creation methodologies (closely linked to the open science and open innovation for whose solution is important to practice RRI). Taking this into account, the workshop will be particularly relevant for policymakers, and research administrators who work with design and co-creation processes and are responsible for the public engagement at their institutions. It will propose methodologies for tackling local challenges together with its citizens.

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