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Subject: [rda-tailresearchdata-ig][rda-libresearchdata] LIBER / Helmholtz Webinar: Systems and Services – Adding Value For Research Data Assets - 8 & 20 June 2017
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LIBER / Helmholtz Webinar: Systems and Services – Adding Value For Research Data Assets
LIBER’s Working Group on Scientific Information Infrastructures is collaborating with Helmholtz to run two editions of an Open Science Webinar in June. Join us to hear how research institutions in Australia are maximising the value of their research data assets and for a discussion about how to create value from open data.
Register for the webinar on Thursday, 8 June 2017, 10 to 10.45 am CEST (LIBER version)
Join the webinar on Tuesday, 20 June 2017, 10 to 10.45 am CEST (Helmholtz version)
More About this Webinar
Research data infrastructure and services at universities and research institutions are constantly evolving to make better use of technology and to better meet the needs of researchers and other stakeholders. The first part of this webinar will look at five strategies Australian research institutions have used to maximise the value of their research data assets:
1. Revise institutional data management strategic plan
2. Rethink data management plans and tools
3. Connect and integrate research systems
4. Track project activities, contributors and outputs
5. Leverage skills and knowledge gained through the ANDS 23 (research data) Things program
The second part of this webinar will look at science as a service and how to create value from Open Data.
Access to data from publicly funded research is becoming more freely available in all OECD member states, at the same time research organisations are expected to transfer research innovation into technology. But how can Open Data be turned into value-added services or products and offered to industry against a fee without violating the principles of Open Access to Data?
We will explain how CSIRO uses Virtual Research Environment (VRE) to provide “Science as a Service” as paid services, based on open science data. This is also an interesting example of technology transfer with a low barrier to adoption by industry partners. Our speakers will report on our first experiences of offering such services, in particular to SMEs.
Speakers:
Natasha Simons, Senior Research Data Management Specialist, Australian National Data Service, Australia
Jens Klump, OCE Science Leader Earth Science Informatics, CSIRO, Australia
The webinar on 8 June 2017 will be recorded.
With best regards,
Paul Schultze-Motel, Helmholtz Open Science Coordination Office
Birgit Schmidt, Project Coordinator Scholarly Communication / Open Science
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