Schlagwort: ORD

Open Research Data Survey for Researchers in Switzerland

We are contacting you within the framework of a swissuniversities mandate, and in the context of the National Open Research Data (ORD) Strategy initiated by the Open Science Delegation of swissuniversities. This mandate specifically aims at characterizing the practices and needs in ORD within Swiss research communities. We designed a survey for researchers based in Switzerland as part of this mandate. We would be very grateful if you could answer the survey by following this link. This should take you about 15-20 minutes. If you are not a researcher yourself but in a position where you have access to a network of researchers in Switzerland (e.g. OA/ORD/OS officer or librarian at Swiss higher education institutions), you are strongly encouraged to forward this message to your network. Link to the survey..

swissuniversities adopts the Open Research Data Strategy

By adopting the Open Research Data (ORD) Strategy, swissuniversities has taken a further step towards Open Science and follows on the existing Open Access strategy. The ORD Strategy was developed jointly by swissuniversities, the ETH Domain, the SNSF and the Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences and focuses on the open access to research data.

Open Science is a paradigm shift that seeks to make scientific research, data and their dissemination available to all levels of a researching society and the public. As an aspect of Open Science, Open Research Data (ORD) facilitates access to and reuse of research data. This in turn promotes better, more effective research for the benefit of society as a whole. Through the principles of open access and reusability of research data, ORD practices support transparent and reproducible research findings. Moreover, ORD fosters collaboration by promoting exchange among researchers across disciplines, legal systems and national borders, thus enabling creativity and innovation to thrive.


Brain-Computer Interface, Sustainable ICT and Open Data

In preparation to the CHIST-ERA Call 2020, an online conference will take place from Sep 29 2020 to 1 Oct 2020. The draft topics are Advanced Brain-Computer Interface, Sustainable ICT and Research Practice and Open Research Data. Interested contributors can send their abstract until 11 September 2020.

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Open Science – ZHAW Leitfaden zu Open Research Data und Datenmanagement-Plänen

Sowohl der Schweizerische Nationalfonds (SNF) als auch die EU haben neue Vorgaben zur Publikation von Forschungsdaten gemacht: Für vom SNF bzw. von der EU geförderte F&E-Projekte müssen nun Datenmanagementpläne (DMP) erstellt werden und Zugang zu den Forschungsdaten über Datenrepositorien ermöglichen. Zum Umgang mit diesen neuen Vorschriften hat das Ressort F&E / DL zusammen mit den Departementen einen Leitfaden erarbeitet.

ZHAW-Leitfaden zu Open Research Data und Datenmanagement-Plänen