Training about the EOSC Portal

Welcome to this train-the-trainer course which will give you an overview of the main functionalities of the EOSC Portal and get you ready to deliver training to your user communities. This course is intended for trainers who will include EOSC subjects in their training, and especially those who work with researchers. However, the course is disciplinarily agnostic and applicable to trainers working with a range of stakeholder groups.

EOSC Trainers

By the end of the course you will be able to:

  • Describe the types of information and resources available on the EOSC Portal.
  • Demonstrate to trainees the main functions of the EOSC Marketplace.
  • Explain how to make resources available on the EOSC Marketplace. 
  • Recommend resources relevant for individuals and institutions seeking to engage with the EOSC Portal.

Course structure

The content within the course will take you no longer than an hour to work through. For each section we have provided a range of supporting resources that you can use to broaden your knowledge of the EOSC Portal. 

The course starts with the explanation of the key concepts and terms and an overview of the development of the EOSC Portal. Then it presents a brief overview of the main content blocks, before focusing on the interface and functionalities of the EOSC Marketplace. It also briefly explains how to make resources available in the EOSC Marketplace through the process called 'onboarding'. Finally, we will demonstrate how to effectively use use cases as examples in your training.


It is advised that trainers completing this course will have first completed the course Preparing to Train About EOSC, which is the first part of the series. 

This content was updated and finalised on 12/06/2023.

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