OpenAIRE Open Science Train-the-Trainer resources
This course is a compilation of the presentations and some of the discussions that happened during the first three iterations of the OpenAIRE Train-the-Trainer bootcamp that has been organised twice a year since 2022.
A Quick Guide to Horizon Europe Open Access Requirements
Have any doubts or questions about your obligations as a Horizon Europe grant holder in terms of Open Access to publications? This 15 min guide will give you an overview of what you need to remember during and after the end of the project.
A Quick Guide to Horizon Europe Research Data Requirements
Have any doubts or questions about your obligations as a Horizon Europe grant holder in terms of Research Data Management ? This 15 min guide will give you an overview of what you need to remember during and after the end of the project.
OpenAIRE Services Training Toolkit for AMKE Members
Learn how OpenAIRE's services can be used and benefit your institution.
Coming Soon!A series of guides focusing on aspects of research data management (RDM) and legal aspects.
CODATA/RDA Schools of Research Data Science
Coming Soon!Fundamentals of data science bootcamp primarily aimed at early career researchers in low and middle income countries.
How to use the EOSC Portal and the EOSC Marketplace
Welcome to this course which aims to give you an overview of the main functionalities of the EOSC Portal and the EOSC Marketplace. This course is primarily intended for researchers regardless of their discipline or stage of their career, but can also be used by any other stakeholders who would like to know more about the EOSC Portal and the EOSC Marketplace.
Sensitive Data in the Humanities and Social Sciences
Welcome to this module which will introduce you to concepts of Sensitive Data, the different ways in which data is used in Social Science and Humanities subjects, what constitutes sensitive data in these subjects, and how to manage Sensitive Data in the context of Open Research Practices, and specifically the European Open Science Cloud. Content in this course is also applicable to other research disciplines and for a general understanding of the concepts that are presented.
Use case: Dashboard for the State of the Environment
Welcome to this course about the service “Dashboard for the State of the Environment”. This service was developed in one of the EOSC Future Science Projects, which aims at giving you insight on the state of the environment via an interactive dashboard. This course is intended for anyone (researchers, policy makers, general public) who would like to use the Dashboard, either to view and access the visualised data or to provide data to be shown on the Dashboard. For those who would like to duplicate the architecture to develop their own dashboard, a separate tutorial is being developed.