Train the Trainers events

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. 


Webinar on Domain Specific Protocols organized in collaboration with DANS

IT Service Management Train the Trainers webinar series

The Open Science Training Initiative (OSTI) provides a series of lectures on topics in data management and open science, designed to sit over existing taught courses in any area of the sciences.

Creative Commons Licence

https://github.com/StilettoFiend/OpenScienceTraining

Onboarding Train the Trainers webinar series

public materials available from the NI4OS Train the Trainers events

ORDM Train-the-Trainers webinar

An introduction to FitSM Foundation principles in the form of a self-paced online course.

Open for guest access only and with self-enrollment for progression tracking and self-assessment record keeping.

EOSC promoters train-the-trainer course

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.