Intermediaries, Research communities & Libraries
Session organiser: Valentino Cavalli, LIBER
The aim of this breakout session it to engage participants by letting them interact as much as possible with each other. After a short introduction the Chair will explain the format of the session and ask participants to form a number of small discussion groups. Each group will be composed of 5-8 people and will have to self-appoint a moderator and a note taker. At the end of the session each group rapporteur will be asked to briefly report back to the session participants.
Introduction – Valentino Cavalli (EOSCpilot/LIBER) – 15 mins
Questions for breakout tables - 60 mins
All groups will be invited to discuss the same questions one by one.
Wrap-up - Presentation of key points from each group - 15 mins
Focus of the session:
- EOSC Vision. What is the EOSC for you?
- Name three characteristics of the EOSC that will make the difference from what is available today
- How open should the EOSC be? How will the EOSC support multidisciplinary research? What should be done to enable this.
- The EOSC will create an environment for researchers to be most effective in publication, dissemination, long-term preservation and reuse of all types of research results. Making these optimally suitable for FAIR is a key element of the EOSC. How do you see your role as users/enablers in fostering the uptake of the FAIR principles in your environment?
- Can you think about effective alternatives to the current evaluation and reward systems and how would you see your role as users/enablers in advocating for the establishment of alternative incentives?
- How do you see the role of your organisation/institution in promoting and supporting the EOSC take up?
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