20.06.2018 | 12.00-13.30 CET

Webinar: Open Science for SSH Researchers: from legal obligations to ethical concerns

This webinar will take place on 20 June 2018, 12 - 13.30 CET.

The objective of the webinar is to provide additional information to NCPs and SSH researchers on the specific challenges posed by Open Science. The affirmation of Open Science is generally perceived in positive terms. However, the obligations it entails for H2020 applicants are still not completely clear to all. Beyond the most obvious questions related with Open Science – what data needs to be deposited? Where should I deposit it? Where, when and how should I address these elements (during proposal writing or project implementation)? – SSH researchers have also expressed their concern regarding a balance between openness and the ethical principles that guide their work and sometimes, require a protection of the data collected.

This webinar aims at clarifying some of these doubts and contribute to a better understanding of Open Science in practices for SSH.

12:00 (CET) – Introduction
Alexandre Marques/Margarida Santos, Horizon 2020 NCP, GPPQ (ANI/FCT)

12:05 (CET) – Open Science for SSH researchers – Open Access to publications and Open Research Data H2020 requirements
Gwen Franck, OpenAIRE Advance Project

12:25 (CET) – Q&A

12:40 (CET) – Open Science for SSH researchers - how to address legal & ethical issues
Irena Vipavc Brvar, Foster Plus Project

13:05 (CET) – Q&A

13:30 (CET) – End of session
Alexandre Marques/Margarida Santos, Horizon 2020 NCP, GPPQ (ANI/FCT)

OpenAIRE-Advance Project continues the mission of OpenAIRE to support the Open Access/Open Data mandates in Europe. By sustaining the current successful infrastructure, comprised of a human network and robust technical services, it consolidates its achievements while working to shift the momentum among its communities to Open Science, aiming to be a trusted e-Infrastructure within the realms of the European Open Science Cloud.

The project FOSTER PLUS (funded under H2020) intends to contribute to a real and lasting shift in the behaviour of European researchers to ensure that Open Science (OS) becomes the norm. To achieve its goals, FOSTER Plus places specific emphasis on creating discipline-specific guidance and is partnering with expert organisations representing the scientific areas of life science, social science and humanities.

If you wish to join us in this webinar, please register 


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