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Ictkm Aaa Intro20 Feb
Ictkm Aaa Intro20 Feb
Ictkm Aaa Intro20 Feb
Ictkm Aaa Intro20 Feb
Ictkm Aaa Intro20 Feb
Ictkm Aaa Intro20 Feb
Ictkm Aaa Intro20 Feb
Ictkm Aaa Intro20 Feb
Ictkm Aaa Intro20 Feb
Ictkm Aaa Intro20 Feb
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Ictkm Aaa Intro20 Feb


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  • Welcome! This slide presentation gives a brief overview of the Triple A Framework and how CGIAR Centers will benefit from it.
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    • 1. Photos : CIP, CIMMYT, CIAT Triple A Framework to Make CGIAR Research Available and Useful AAA Benchmarking in Centers and Programs
    • 2. Photo : CIP
      • Information and knowledge are not born public; they must be worked upon to ensure they become public, i.e. available, accessible and applicable
      • Recent independent review of CGIAR encouraged Centers “to make their research available and useful for development” – as well as international science
      • ICT-KM offering Centers opportunity to assess dissemination and uptake of their research outputs
    • 3. Photo : CIP
      • CGIAR-produced data, information or knowledge asset
        • Benefits can travel across boundaries
        • Described and stored for posterity
        • Easily found and accessed
        • can be shared and re-used
        • is affordable
        • In short: available, accessible and applicable without restrictions
      International Public Good
    • 4. Photo : CIP AAA Framework
        • Help understand and assess International Public Good (IPG) status of CGIAR research outputs
        • ‘ Benchmark’ how research outputs measure up according to their availability, accessibility and applicability
        • Tailored to different types of research and programs
        • Help scientists and Centers/Programs decide on level of availability and accessibility of outputs they produce – and the pathways to get there!
    • 5. Photo : CIP Value: What Centers stand to gain
      • Assist centers in developing pathways to wider accessibility for their outputs
      • Guide/ help scientists adopt AAA thinking
      • Leverage on CGIAR publishing muscle
      • Make CGIAR knowledge visible through partners
      • Research outputs more likely to be international public goods
    • 6. Photo : CIP
        • Availability: research outputs stored in open digital formats and described using public metadata standards so they can be found through structured search and access systems
        • Accessibility: research outputs publicly available online so they can be queried, viewed and obtained in full
      ICT-KM will benchmark
    • 7. Photo : CIP
      • Benchmark where Center/Program is NOW, in terms of accessibility and pathways used
      • Make accessible system-wide pathways information
      • Help Center/Program identify where it wants to be in 6-12 months, defining aims and a roadmap
      • Help Center/Program identify pathways to implement its ‘AAA roadmap’
      What we will do
    • 8. Photo : CIP
      • 12 months later – Center/Program benchmarks research output accessibility again, any progress towards roadmap?
      • Document ‘islands of excellence’, incorporating pathways into system-wide resource
      • Benchmark Applicability:
        • Research processes open and inclusive so all perspectives and knowledge taken into account during research design, planning, implementation and communication.
        • Research outputs customized and adapted for easy uptake and use by others
      Next steps
    • 9. Photo : CIP For more information: Visit: Contact: Enrica Porcari CGIAR Chief Information Officer Leader, ICT-KM Program Meena Arivananthan Knowledge Management and Sharing Officer ICT-KM Program [email_address]
    • 10.