July 25, 2019
The day will be first dedicated to a theoretical approach of Research Data Long Term Preservation (RDLTP) through perspectives significance for Data Governance and Data Quality Assessment, for Open Science requirements and for the entire Research Data Life Cycle. The lesson will then focus on Research Data backup and archiving processes with an overview of LOCKSS (LOts of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) and other preservation architectures. Second half of the day will be devoted to an interactive lesson on the OAIS (Open Archival Information System) standard, with general discussion, and finally include a demonstration of the Swiss national Research Data repository OLOS.
July 25, 2019
This workshop explains how to address intellectual property issues and sensitive data management practices, through a legal overview and actual examples. Participants are encouraged to bring their own cases and to find an answer collectively, under the guidance of the trainer.
July 23, 2019
What is Open Access ? What are its challenges ? How to publish scientific results while being compliant with its philosophy? What are its pros and cons? This training is divided in two parts. The first part will be mainly based on theorical approaches, funders and HES-SO requirements, and different ways to publish in Open Access. The second part, mainly practice oriented, will review existing scientific journals, authors' right problematic, possible negociations with publishers, the institutional archives ArODES and the importance of ORCID digital identifier.