Event Report

19 Dec 2017

EOSC Stakeholder Forum Report - Principles of Engagement in the EOSC

SESSION DRIVERS
The first consultations have led to proposing, as a basis for further discussion, one main Principle of Engagement for all service providers, accompanied by a series of domain-specific Principles.

 

Suggestion 1: The main Principle of Engagement for all service providers is that EOSC services shall be registered in the appropriate EOSC Service catalogue.

 

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19 Dec 2017

EOSC Stakeholder Forum Report - Soap box session for Intermediaries, Research communities & Libraries

SESSION DRIVERS

The driver for the session was to allow stakeholders from research performing organisations, academic institutions and research libraries to discuss amongst themselves some key elements of Open Science and the way the EOSC enables them. Most of the session participants belonged to organisations that do not participate directly in the EOSCpilot project.

 

TAKEAWAY MESSAGES

Very valuable input was provided by this group. It was collected and fitered and is structured below according to the questions asked.

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03 Oct 2017

OSFAIR 2017 - FAIR metrics – Starring your data sets: A lightweight FAIR data assessment tool

DANS is The Netherlands institute for permanent access to digital research resources. In its long-term research data repository it currently preserves more than 36.000 data sets. Complementary to several initiatives to make new data FAIR, DANS is interested in assessing the level of FAIRness of extant data: in its own holdings as well as in other data repositories.Therefore DANS has started working on a practical operationalisation of the FAIR principles.

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03 Oct 2017

OSFAIR 2017 - How FAIR Friendly is your data catalogue? Exposing FAIR data in EOSC

Research communities and specially research infrastructures are making a concerted effort to homogenize, collect their (meta)data and publish them in the open through community specific data catalogues. This is a good start towards making data FAIR, but how can we ensure availability of domain specific FAIR data and data-analysis services through a common virtual research environment like the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC)?

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