Presentation Open Access
The presentation was given as part of the networking meeting Research Data Management Reloaded: Open Data and the Future of Research Data Management in the Social Sciences and Humanities that targeted research data management officers of universities, academic libraries and research institutes in German-speaking countries. The meeting involved a review of Open Data requirements and related infrastructures, e.g. in terms of best practice guidelines or data repositories, as well as of resources to assist researchers in processing Open Data, such as the FOSTER Plus Online Toolkit or the CESSDA Data Management Expert Guide.The meeting was part of the FOSTER Plus Project (Facilitate Open Science Training For European Research), funded by the EU (grant numbers 612425 and 741839). It took place on April 24th and 25th, 2019, at GESIS – Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences in Cologne, Germany. The course’s language was German. It was supported by CESSDA Training, being a follow-up event of the CESSDA’s Train- the-Trainers workshop in Ljubljana in April 2018.
Sebastian Netscher talked about the Consortium of European Social Science Data Archives (CESSDA ERIC) which serves as an example of an international, disciple-specific network of data archives, bringing together experts in research data management across Europe.
The workshop consisted of several presentations: