National capacity building event in Hungary organized by KIFU and UD
National capacity building event in Romania organized by ICI & UEFISCDI
National capacity building event in Greece organized by GRnet
National capacity building event in Albania organized by RASH
- Trainer: Andi Malaj
National capacity building event in Georgia organized by GRENA
National capacity building event in Serbia organized by UB
National capacity building event in Slovenia organized by UMUKM and Arnes.
In science, public infrastructure and everyday life, we are increasingly using large amounts of data and computer systems to store and process them. Through a series of initiatives, such as the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) and the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking, the European Community has provided everything needed to manage our data and support the advancement of science and technology. In Slovenia, these initiatives further encourage our domestic investment in data management, supercomputing networks, knowledge technologies and data repositories.
In cooperation with the Slovenian representatives of the European project NI4OS-Europe - National Initiatives for Open Science in Europe and the community of the Slovenian national supercomputing network SLING with the HPC RIVR project and supercomputers Maister, Trdina and EuroHPC Vega, a large data system for an open science repository which will start operating at the Institute of Information Science in Maribor at the beginning of next year, top researchers will be presenting their view on access to data, research data management and the use of computational resources.
national capacity building event in Croatia organized by SRCE and RBI
The objective of the course is to promote use of open research data in teaching.
The course offers good practices and examples of lesson plans and learning activities together with practical information on how to use open data in teaching and indirectly encourages the acquisition of research data management literacy among students.
This course was developed as part of the Use (Open Research) Data in Teaching project (UDIT) and is originally available on the FOSTER Open Science platform.