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    Ana Inkret

    vljudno vabljeni na dogodke v tem tednu:
    Journal and Data Archive Collaboration Forum
    Date and time: Tue 8 Nov 2022 14:00 – 16:30 CET
    Registration form:
    The availability of research data underlying articles published in journals is becoming a common practice in scientific communication. The European Commission and other funders of scientific research have set high expectations for scientists towards openness and availability of scientific work and results. Scientific publishers, through journals and scholarly publications are the main point of realising open science in practice.
    This event is part of the continuous Journals Outreach initiative (, bringing together CESSDA service providers (SPs) with Social Science & Humanities Journals. The target audience is publishers, editors, researchers, and CESSDA Service providers. The event will also be an opportunity for publishers/journals to highlight new initiatives in research data services linked to scientific publications.
    14:00 – 14:20 Activities of the CESSDA Journals Outreach group; Profiles of CESSDA Service Providers related to accepting data linked to journals
    14:20 – 14:40 Data showcases: the data journal in a multimodal world / Peter Doorn
    14:40 – 15:00 An Introduction to Open Research Europe / Amy Doffegnies
    15:00 – 15:10 Break
    15:10 – 15:30 FAIRsharing platform / Allyson Lister
    15:30 – 15:50 Data Journal for the Humanities and Social Sciences / Ulbe Bosma
    15:50 – 16:10 CURE consortium / Limor Peer
    16:10 – 16:30 General discussion

    CESSDA Trust Landscape event
    Date and time: Thu 10 Nov 2022 15:00 – 16:00 CET
    Registration form:
    Trust is an essential part of open science, FAIR, and the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). This webinar provides an overview of the recent developments in Trust activities, focussing on SSH domain and Europe.
    Topics covered include repository certification, curation and preservation levels discussion, community principles, metrics, and current initiatives within and beyond Europe. The webinar’s main target group is CESSDA organisations but it is open to all.

    15:00-15:15 Welcome and introduction – Trond Kvamme, Sikt
    15:15-15:30 News from EOSC TF on Long-Term Data Preservation – Hervé L’Hours, UKDS, Task Force Co-chair
    15:30-15:45 New CoreTrustSeal requirements – Mari Kleemola, FSD, CoreTrustSeal Board member
    15:45-16:00 Discussion – Trond Kvamme, Sikt
    The webinar topics are covered in A brief activity report on progress in Trust activities across the SSH domain. We invite everyone to provide us feedback there before, during and after the webinar. The report will be open for comments until 24th November.

    Service documentation for EOSC providers Workshop 1: Describing your service for onboarding
    Clear and comprehensive documentation is absolutely essential for a service to be discoverable and successfully used – both by existing and potential new target groups. There are many components of service documentation, including service catalogue entries, promotional materials, usage instructions and tutorials, technical specifications and richly commented code. As an example of the first of these, a brief service description is a required metadata item to be provided during the onboarding of a service into the EOSC Marketplace.
    For this event, we will start by giving an overview of documentation types, and discuss some strategies for creating sustainable and effective service descriptions. This will be followed by practical hands-on exercises focussing on how to prepare service descriptions following the requirements of the EOSC service onboarding protocol. So bring your own service use case along, and join what we hope will be an interactive and productive description writing session!
    13:00 – 13:05     Welcome & “housekeeping”
    13:05 – 13:25     Service documentation: what, why & how
    13:25 – 13:50     Exercise 1: examples of  service descriptions in the EOSC Marketplace
    13:50 – 14:00     Break
    14:00 – 14:50     Exercise 2: describe your own service!
    14:50 – 15:00     Summary & wrap-up

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