Training materials and recordings from the NI4OS-Europe Train the Trainers events.

Webinar training for the NI4OS-Europe Open Calls

Learning outcomes:

  • Be familiar with a selected set of NI4OS-Europe services (generic and thematic services, and repositories) that can be used in research;
  • Understand the scope and terms of the Open call for Proof of Concept support;
  • Understand the application procedure;
  • Be able to explain the requirements of the call to potental applicants.

 


Title: Open Calls Training
Authors: Athenodorou, Andreas, Savic, Mihajlo, Cournia, Zoe, Christoudias, Theodoros, Artopoulos, George, Marović, Branko, Koteska, Bojana, Tzima, Maria, Athanasaki, Evangelia
URL to Resource: https://training.ni4os.eu/course/view.php?id=119
Resource URL Type: URL
Description: Webinar training for the NI4OS-Europe Open Calls
Keywords: EOSC, services, open calls, NI4OS-Europe
License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Access Rights: Open Access
Version Date(s): Friday, 8 April 2022, 4:16 PM
Target Group (Audience): Researchers, Other
Learning Resource Type: Other, Other
Learning Outcome(s): Be familiar with a selected set of NI4OS-Europe services (generic and thematic services, and repositories) that can be used in research; Understand the scope and terms of the Open call for Proof of Concept support; Understand the application procedure; Be able to explain the requirements of the call to potental applicants.
Expertise Level: Beginner
Format: video, presentation
Duration: 7500
Language: en
Geographical Availability: World
Scientific Domain: Generic
Scientific Subdomain: Generic

Webinar discussing the current state and future efforts related to EOSC

Title: The Future of EOSC
Authors: Filiposka, Sonja, Vudragovic, Dusan, Mishev, Anastas, Papastamatiou, Ilias, Koumantaros, Kostas
URL to Resource: https://training.ni4os.eu/course/view.php?id=118
Resource URL Type: URL
Description: Webinar discussing the current state and future efforts related to EOSC
Keywords: FAIR, service providers, EOSC, onboarding, services, promotion
License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Access Rights: Open Access
Version Date(s): Thursday, 14 May 2020, 10:10 AM
Learning Resource Type: Other, Other
Learning Outcome(s): Webinar discussing the current state and future efforts related to EOSC
Expertise Level: All
Format: url
Language: en
Geographical Availability: World
Scientific Domain: Generic
Scientific Subdomain: Generic

Open Research Toolkit for Librarians 
Created by Christopher Eaker Associate Professor, University of Tennessee, Knoxville Data Curation Librarian 

While this toolkit was designed for librarians to learn about open research concepts and skills and teach them at their institutions, it would be useful for anyone interested in learning more about open research. Any questions related to this content can be directed to the author at OpenResearch@utk.edu

The Open Research Toolkit is an open education resource and is available under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) license. 


Title: Open Research Toolkit for Trainers
URL to Resource: https://training.ni4os.eu/course/view.php?id=90
Resource URL Type: URL
Description: Open Research Toolkit for Librarians Created by Christopher Eaker Associate Professor, University of Tennessee, Knoxville Data Curation Librarian While this toolkit was designed for librarians to learn about open research concepts and skills and teach them at their institutions, it would be useful for anyone interested in learning more about open research. Any questions related to this content can be directed to the author at OpenResearch@utk.edu. The Open Research Toolkit is an open education resource and is available under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) license.
Keywords: librarians, open research, materials, libra
License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Access Rights: Open Access
Version Date(s): Friday, 3 December 2021, 11:24 AM
Learning Resource Type: Other, Other
Learning Outcome(s): Open Research Toolkit for Librarians Created by Christopher Eaker Associate Professor, University of Tennessee, Knoxville Data Curation Librarian While this toolkit was designed for librarians to learn about open research concepts and skills and teach them at their institutions, it would be useful for anyone interested in learning more about open research. Any questions related to this content can be directed to the author at OpenResearch@utk.edu. The Open Research Toolkit is an open education resource and is available under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) license.
Expertise Level: All
Format: url
Language: en
Geographical Availability: World
Scientific Domain: Generic
Scientific Subdomain: Generic
NI4OS-Europe WP2 webinar
Title: Tools and examples for building NOSCIs and connecting them to EOSC
Authors: Liatas, Christos, Toli, Eleni, Papadopoulou, Elli, Toli, Eleni, Papastamatiou, Ilias, Sifakaki, Electra, Prnjat, Ognjen
URL to Resource: https://training.ni4os.eu/course/view.php?id=59
Resource URL Type: URL
Description: NI4OS-Europe WP2 webinar
Keywords: open science, EOSC, NOSCI
License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Access Rights: Open Access
Version Date(s): Thursday, 14 May 2020, 10:10 AM
Learning Resource Type: Other, Other
Learning Outcome(s): NI4OS-Europe WP2 webinar
Expertise Level: All
Format: application/pdf
Language: en
Geographical Availability: World
Scientific Domain: Generic
Scientific Subdomain: Generic

This webinar provides an introduction to the concept of domain specific Data Management Plans or Domain Data Protocols (DDPs). Proper data-driven research demands careful planning around the data to be used and the data to be produced.

Data Management Plans (DMPs) are pivotal in this process and a core element of your research data life cycle. When Data Management Plans are tuned towards the needs of your research community or your research funder, the value of a DMP often increases and becomes a more integrated part of the research. In this webinar a generic introduction to domain specific Data Management Plans shall be provided, illustrated with cases, tools, and interactive sessions.

By the end of this training, the student will be able to:

  • Understand the concepts of Data Management Plan (DMP) and Domain Data Protocol (DDP);
  • Differentiate between DMP and DDP;
  • Evaluate the process of introducing a DDP for a specific research field;
  • Assess the potential value of a DDP for a specific research environment.
Title: An introduction to domain specific Data Management Plans
Authors: van Horik, Rene, Hof, Cees, Marović, Branko
URL to Resource: https://training.ni4os.eu/course/view.php?id=58
Resource URL Type: URL
Description: This webinar provides an introduction to the concept of domain specific Data Management Plans or Domain Data Protocols (DDPs). Proper data-driven research demands careful planning around the data to be used and the data to be produced. Data Management Plans (DMPs) are pivotal in this process and a core element of your research data life cycle. When Data Management Plans are tuned towards the needs of your research community or your research funder, the value of a DMP often increases and becomes a more integrated part of the research. In this webinar a generic introduction to domain specific Data Management Plans shall be provided, illustrated with cases, tools, and interactive sessions.
Keywords: data management plan, research data management, data management protocols, DMP tools
License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Access Rights: Open Access
Version Date(s): Thursday, 14 May 2020, 10:10 AM
Target Group (Audience): Researchers, Research groups, Research communities
Learning Resource Type: Recorded lesson, Other
Learning Outcome(s): By the end of this training, the student will be able to: Understand the concepts of Data Management Plan (DMP) and Domain Data Protocol (DDP); Differentiate between DMP and DDP; Evaluate the process of introducing a DDP for a specific research field; Assess the potential value of a DDP for a specific research environment.
Expertise Level: Beginner
Format: video, slides
Duration: 6000
Language: en
Geographical Availability: World
Scientific Domain: Generic
Scientific Subdomain: Generic

This Train the Trainers course focuses on IT Service Management and its relevance to the EOSC service management. The webinar series goal is to study in more details the processes related to IT Service Management and how they will be applied in the NI4OS-Europe project.
The course starts with FitSM as one of the standards used for IT service management, to continue with NI4OS specific topics and a discussion how the FitSM processes will be implemented in the NI4OS pre-production environment and how service management can be related to FAIR data and used to manage data repositories.

The training package also includes the FitSM Foundation training materials.

After the training you will be able to:

  • Understand the concept of IT Service Management (ITSM);
  • Understand the scope, objectives, key terminology and high level requirements of the FitSM IT Service Management;
  • Understand the relationship between FAIR data concepts and ITSM;
  • Understand how to implement FitSM in the NI4OS-Europe pre-production environment;
  • Understand the relationship between service policies and data repository policies.
Title: IT Service Management - Train the Trainer
Authors: Filiposka, Sonja, Mishev, Anastas, Marović, Branko, Holsinger, Sy, Appleton, Owen
URL to Resource: https://training.ni4os.eu/course/view.php?id=45
Resource URL Type: URL
Description: This Train the Trainers course focuses on IT Service Management and its relevance to the EOSC service management. The webinar series goal is to study in more details the processes related to IT Service Management and how they will be applied in the NI4OS-Europe project. The course starts with FitSM as one of the standards used for IT service management, to continue with NI4OS specific topics and a discussion how the FitSM processes will be implemented in the NI4OS pre-production environment and how service management can be related to FAIR data and used to manage data repositories. The training package also includes the FitSM Foundation training materials.
Keywords: ITSM; onboarding, services, EOSC, service providers, standards, service management, FAIR principles
License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Access Rights: Open Access
Version Date(s): Thursday, 14 May 2020, 10:10 AM
Target Group (Audience): Providers
Learning Resource Type: recorded lesson, activity plan
Learning Outcome(s): After the training you will be able to: Understand the concept of IT Service Management (ITSM); Understand the scope, objectives, key terminology and high level requirements of the FitSM IT Service Management; Understand the relationship between FAIR data concepts and ITSM; Understand how to implement FitSM in the NI4OS-Europe pre-production environment; Understand the relationship between service policies and data repository policies.
Expertise Level: Intermediate
Format: video, slides
Duration: 15000
Language: en
Geographical Availability: World
Scientific Domain: Generic
Scientific Subdomain: Generic

This is the first session in the Onboarding Train the Trainers webinar series, which give an overview of the on-boarding procedure and tools that will be used during the on-boarding process.

After completing the course, you will be familiar:
with the on-boarding procedure;
with the tools that will be used for resource registration, in particular with the resource portfolio management tool AGORA;
with the NI4OS-Europe pre-production environment.

Title: Onboarding: Train the Trainers
Authors: Athenodorou, Andreas, Klemenčič, Brina, Mishev, Anastas, Atanassov, Emanouil, Jakimovski, Boro, Koumantaros, Kostas, Zamani, Themis, Jovanovic, Petar, Liampotis, Nicolas, Lembesis, Antonis
URL to Resource: https://training.ni4os.eu/course/view.php?id=38
Resource URL Type: URL
Description: This is the first session in the Onboarding Train the Trainers webinar series, which give an overview of the on-boarding procedure and tools that will be used during the on-boarding process. The training is divided into three sessions: 1) NI4OS-Europe on-boarding procedure 2) NI4OS-Europe resource management 3) NI4OS-Europe pre-production environment.
Keywords: onboarding, preproduction environment, Agora, repositories, thematic services, generic services, EOSC
License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Access Rights: Open Access
Version Date(s): Thursday, 14 May 2020, 10:10 AM
Target Group (Audience): Providers
Learning Resource Type: recorded lesson
Learning Outcome(s): After completing the course, you will be familiar: with the on-boarding procedure with the tools that will be used for resource registration, in particular with the resource portfolio management tool AGORA; with the NI4OS-Europe pre-production environment.
Expertise Level: Beginner
Format: video, pdf
Duration: 16500
Language: en
Geographical Availability: World
Scientific Domain: Generic
Scientific Subdomain: Generic

public materials available from the NI4OS Train the Trainers events

Title: Train-the-Trainers public materials
URL to Resource: https://training.ni4os.eu/course/view.php?id=36
Resource URL Type: URL
Description: public materials available from the NI4OS Train the Trainers events
License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Access Rights: Open Access
Version Date(s): Monday, 6 April 2020, 5:18 PM
Learning Resource Type: Other, Other
Learning Outcome(s): public materials available from the NI4OS Train the Trainers events
Expertise Level: All
Format: application/pdf
Language: en
Geographical Availability: World
Scientific Domain: Generic
Scientific Subdomain: Generic

ORDM Train-the-Trainers webinar

After completing the course, you will:

  • be able to explain the differences between the FAIR and Open principles;
  • understand the key points relevant to all stakeholders in the open science ecosystem;
  • be familiar with the best practice in Open Research Data Management (ORDM);
  • be informed about discipline specific paradigms of ORDM, in particular for Digital Humanities;
  • be familiar with the technical aspects of ORDM, especially persistent identifiers
  • be able to deliver training on ORDM.
Title: Open Research Data Management
Authors: Mishev, Anastas, Papadopoulou, Elli, Artopoulos, George, Zamani, Themis
URL to Resource: https://training.ni4os.eu/course/view.php?id=35
Resource URL Type: URL
Description: Train-the-Trainers webinar on Open Research Data Management
Keywords: data management plan, open data, open data use and reuse, Open Research Data Management, research data management, webinar, trainers
License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Access Rights: Open Access
Version Date(s): Thursday, 19 March 2020, 11:40 AM
Target Group (Audience): Researchers, Other
Learning Resource Type: Recorded training
Learning Outcome(s): After completing the course, you will: be able to explain the differences between the FAIR and Open principles; understand the key points relevant to all stakeholders in the open science ecosystem; be familiar with the best practice in Open Research Data Management (ORDM); be informed about discipline specific paradigms of ORDM, in particular for Digital Humanities; be familiar with the technical aspects of ORDM, especially persistent identifiers be able to deliver training on ORDM.
Expertise Level: Intermediate
Format: video, pdf
Duration: 22000
Language: en
Geographical Availability: World
Scientific Domain: Generic, Humanities
Scientific Subdomain: Generic, History and archaeology

EOSC promoters train-the-trainer course

Title: EOSC promoters
Authors: Vudragovic, Dusan, K., Sylvia, Spiliopoulou, Panoraia, Tsiavos, Prodromos, LAZZERI, EMMA
URL to Resource: https://training.ni4os.eu/course/view.php?id=33
Resource URL Type: URL
Description: EOSC promoters train-the-trainer course
License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Access Rights: Open Access
Version Date(s): Thursday, 30 January 2020, 3:17 PM
Learning Resource Type: Other, Other
Learning Outcome(s): EOSC promoters train-the-trainer course
Expertise Level: All
Format: url
Language: en
Geographical Availability: World
Scientific Domain: Generic
Scientific Subdomain: Generic

FAIR data and principles

The FAIR data principles are a set of guiding principles to make data findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable. The principles provide guidance for scientific data management and stewardship in order to facilitate open science, the approach to scientific progress based on sharing available knowledge using collaborative tools and digital technologies.

The webinar will introduce and discuss the concepts of research data management and the FAIR data principles. Also, an overview of services and tools to support open science will be given. The webinar is aimed at data supporters working in universities and other scientific organizations. The aim of the webinar is that the participants can use the information provided in the webinar as a basis for further dissemination within their community.

The trainers in the webinar are Cees Hof and René van Horik, active in the EOSC-hub (eosc-hub.eu) project and working at DANS, the Netherlands institute for permanent access to digital research resources (dans.knaw.nl/en/) The EOSC-hub project aims to bring together service providers to support data-driven research.




Title: FAIR data and principles
Authors: Gorogh, Edit, Fazekas-Paragh, Judit Éva, van Horik, Rene, Hof, Cees, Száldobágyi, Ádám, Mishev, Anastas
URL to Resource: https://training.ni4os.eu/course/view.php?id=16
Resource URL Type: URL
Description: FAIR data and principles The FAIR data principles are a set of guiding principles to make data findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable. The principles provide guidance for scientific data management and stewardship in order to facilitate open science, the approach to scientific progress based on sharing available knowledge using collaborative tools and digital technologies. The webinar will introduce and discuss the concepts of research data management and the FAIR data principles. Also, an overview of services and tools to support open science will be given. The webinar is aimed at data supporters working in universities and other scientific organizations. The aim of the webinar is that the participants can use the information provided in the webinar as a basis for further dissemination within their community. The trainers in the webinar are Cees Hof and René van Horik, active in the EOSC-hub (eosc-hub.eu) project and working at DANS, the Netherlands institute for permanent access to digital research resources (dans.knaw.nl/en/) The EOSC-hub project aims to bring together service providers to support d...
Keywords: FAIR, open science, webinar, train the trainer, training organization
License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Access Rights: Open Access
Version Date(s): Friday, 29 November 2019, 12:41 PM
Target Group (Audience): Trainers
Learning Resource Type: Other
Learning Outcome(s): The aim of the webinar is that the participants can use the information provided in the webinar as a basis for further dissemination within their community.
Expertise Level: Beginner
Format: application/pdf
Duration: 120 mins
Language: en
Geographical Availability: World
Scientific Domain: Generic
Scientific Subdomain: Generic

The webinar provides information about online training platforms, from structure through creating and maintaining breakout groups, whiteboards, recording a sessions, or saving polls and creations for later, to hosting an ultimately successful virtual meetup. Learn how to have a Zoom meeting where attendees leave pleased and the event is considered efficient.

Learning outcomes:

  • Know how to plan and organize an online event;
  • Know how to engage the audience;
  • Be familiar with various learning platforms;
  • Know how to use whiteboards and polls;
  • Know how to create breakout groups.



Title: How to Host a Successful Virtual Event
Authors: Fazekas-Paragh, Judit Éva
URL to Resource: https://training.ni4os.eu/course/view.php?id=42
Resource URL Type: URL
Description: information about the organization procedures and other important information regarding the management of the NI4OS-Europe training events
Keywords: webinars, online events, virtual events, online training platforms, whiteboard, polls, breakouts, ice breakers
License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Access Rights: Open Access
Version Date(s): Wednesday, 30 October 2019, 6:03 PM
Target Group (Audience): Other
Learning Resource Type: supporting document, Other
Learning Outcome(s): Know how to plan and organize an online event; Know how to engage the audience; Be familiar with various learning platforms; Know how to use whiteboards and polls; Know how to create breakout groups.
Expertise Level: Beginner
Format: text
Duration: 3000
Language: en
Geographical Availability: World
Scientific Domain: Generic
Scientific Subdomain: Generic