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Capacity Building and Implementation Guidelines
for Open Science: Practices of Preservation and
Access of Research Data in...
• To promote Open Data principles, policies and
practices;
• International and national aspects of data policy.
• Data pol...
Task Group on Preservation of and Open Access to Scientific and
Technical Data in/for/with Developing Countries (PASTD) , ...
CODATA-PASTD
Sub-group 1: Strategy and Policy, Sub-group 2: Capacity Building, Sub-
Group 3: Data Publishing and sharing, ...
International workshops and Training
Workshops
 2011, Mongolia
 Open Data and Knowledge Environment for Innovative Resea...
Awards
The 2008 CODATA Prize was awarded to
Liu Chuang,
• Ex Co-chair of PASTD
• For her contribution to the development
o...
Key Issues on Capacity Building and
Implementation Guidelines for Open Science
Stakeholders:
 universities;
 academies o...
• Implementation guidelines of Data sharing
principles for developing countries, especially
in LMIC
• Enhancing capacity b...
Data sharing principles
• Nairobi Guidelines (August, 2014)
Nairobi Guideline for Implementation of Open Data
Principle in...
Capacity building and best Practices
 Training Activities in recent years
• 2014 Kenya & 2017 India
International Trainin...
Data Access for Open Science
12
• FAIR data principles - all research data should be Findable,
Accessible, Interoperable a...
GEOSS Data Core records –
1,219,917
In which,
86% from OECD countries (1,043688))
14% from the countries else (176,229)
So...
Solution: Data Publishing - Peer review
and have an ID for each dataset
Data development
Data products
Data publishing
Dat...
Networking dataset to data paper, discovery
publications, DOI, DCI,
authors, and
decision making
ZHANG Yili,LI Bingyu,ZHEN...
Data Publishing
16
• Global Change Research Data Publishing and Repository
www.geodoi.ac.cn (in DOI:10.3974)
From 2014, th...
Conclusion
A. Capacity building and full-open-free sharing in
developing countries are crucial for innovative
development ...
Next step
• Special issue to the Journal of Data
Science: best practices and show cases of
implementing Open Data in a Big...
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High-level Meeting & Workshop on Environmental and Scientific Open Data for Sustainable Development Goals in Developing Countries. Madagascar, 4-6 December 2017

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Capacity Building and Implementation Guidelines for Open Science: Practices of Preservation and Access of Research Data in Developing Countries/Xiang Zhou

  1. 1. Capacity Building and Implementation Guidelines for Open Science: Practices of Preservation and Access of Research Data in Developing Countries September 5-6, 2017 Prof. Dr. Xiang Zhou Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth, CAS @International Workshop on Environmental and Scientific Open Data for Sustainable Development Goals in Developing Countries Antananarivo, Madagascar
  2. 2. • To promote Open Data principles, policies and practices; • International and national aspects of data policy. • Data policy committee: setting an international agenda for data policy, expert forum, advice and consultancy. Data Policy • To advance the frontiers of data science and its adaptation to scientific research; • Disciplinary and interdisciplinary data challenges, Big Data • Strategic working groups; community-driven task groups. Data Science • To build capacity for improving skills and the functioning of science systems (particularly in low and middle income countries - LMICs) • Longstanding work on open data with developing countries. • international agenda for capacity building; Early Career WG Capacity Building CODATA Strategic Plan(2013-2018)
  3. 3. Task Group on Preservation of and Open Access to Scientific and Technical Data in/for/with Developing Countries (PASTD) , was approved by the CODATA 23rd General Assembly in Montréal 2002. The objectives : (1) Promote strategy, policy and institutional guidelines for implementation of open data principles in developing countries, especially in low and middle income countries (LMIC). (2) Provide an interdisciplinary forum for enhancing capacity building and sharing best practice in developing countries; (3) Advance data publishing in developing countries; (4) Enhance data re-use and repositories in support of sustainable development;
  4. 4. CODATA-PASTD Sub-group 1: Strategy and Policy, Sub-group 2: Capacity Building, Sub- Group 3: Data Publishing and sharing, and Sub-group 4: CODATA-WDS Joint Sub-group. Over the past decade, the CODATA PASTD Task Group has focused on promoting and enhancing the worldwide cooperation in ICTs and research data and in developing open knowledge environments for international science and sustainability in developing countries. Several international workshops and training sessions toward these goals have been held in many areas of the developing world, including in Brazil, South Africa, China, Mongolia, Cuba and Kenya, and attracted participants from different fields. The Task has 27 members from 14 countries; Co-chairs: Prof Xiang Zhou, RADI, CAS. Prof. Mabel Imbuga, Vice-Chancellor JKUAT, Kenya Dr. Dora Canhos, Director, CRIA, BRAZIL Secretariat: Prof. Chuang Liu, IGSNRR,CAS
  5. 5. International workshops and Training Workshops  2011, Mongolia  Open Data and Knowledge Environment for Innovative Research, Education and Society on Environment in Asia  2013, Colombia  Conference on Environmental Information and Communication: Achieving sustainability goals through knowledge sharing  2014 Kenya  2015 Mexico  Workshop on Data Sharing Principles, requirements and implementation in LMICs  2016, Ethiopia, China, USA  International workshop on data re-use and publishing in developing countries in Ethiopia  UNEP / IGU-CODATA Joint Session in Beijing;  Preservation and Access of Research Data in Developing Countries Workshop@SciDataCon 2016, Denver Training Course  Mongolia (Ulaanbaatar, 2009, 2011), North Korea (2010, Beijing), 14 Developing Countries (2012, Beijing),  Training Course on Open Data for Science and Sustainability in Developing Countries, 4-5 August 2014, Nairobi, Kenya.  Training workshop on Big Data for Science and Sustainability in Developing Countries, March, 2017, Hyderabad, India
  6. 6. Awards The 2008 CODATA Prize was awarded to Liu Chuang, • Ex Co-chair of PASTD • For her contribution to the development of significant new scientific data products and services. 7 CODATA Prize 2010: Paul Uhlir • Experienced Member of PASTD • his emphasis is on issues at the interface of science, technology, and law, with primary focus on digital data and information policy and management. Knowledge Management Leadership Award 2016 : Daisy Selematsela by the World Education Congress & Global Knowledge Management Congress in Mumbai (INDIA) on the 23 June 2016. She was one of the eight global recipients.
  7. 7. Key Issues on Capacity Building and Implementation Guidelines for Open Science Stakeholders:  universities;  academies of science;  researchers;  research funding bodies;  citizens;  scientific publication organizations;  open science platforms  …… Key points of implementation  Raising awareness and Fostering incentives;  Eliminating barriers for Open Science;  Promoting open access policies;  Developing research infrastructures;  Building sharing platform for data and best practices;  Exploring Innovation to society and economy
  8. 8. • Implementation guidelines of Data sharing principles for developing countries, especially in LMIC • Enhancing capacity building and sharing best practice • Advancing Data publishing in developing countries; 9 Action Plan for the Preservation and Access of Research Data in Developing Countries
  9. 9. Data sharing principles • Nairobi Guidelines (August, 2014) Nairobi Guideline for Implementation of Open Data Principle in Developing Countries, white paper, will continue to focus on Open Data in A Big Data World. 1) Data should be open and unrestricted; 2) Data should be free to the end users; 3) Data should be informative and assessed for quality; 4) Data sharing should be timely; 5) Data should be easy to find and access; 6) Data should be interoperable, when necessary; 7) Data should be sustainable; 8) Data contributors should be given credit; 9) Data access should be equitable; 10) Data may be restricted for a limited time, if adequately justified
  10. 10. Capacity building and best Practices  Training Activities in recent years • 2014 Kenya & 2017 India International Training on Open Data for Science and Sustainability in Developing Countries • 2017 Madagascar Open Data and Re-use:7-8 September 2017 Ankatso - University of Antananarivo 11  Linchao geo-museum http://www.geomuseum.cn More than two hundreds contributors all over the world donated More than 40,000 post stamps to the museum. International Scientific Cooperation Program Halls (1st IPY, 2ND IPY done, IGY on the way, 4th IPY in preparing), Satellites Hall (1957-1959 done).
  11. 11. Data Access for Open Science 12 • FAIR data principles - all research data should be Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable (FAIR). Examples of research data include statistics, results of experiments, measurements, observations resulting from fieldwork, survey results, interview recordings and images. • Horizon 2020- open access to publications includes following steps: – online archive Data publications in repositories – open access approach – Providing open access to publications source:Guidelines to the Rules on Open Access to Scientific Publications and Open Access to Research Data in Horizon 2020,EC, March 2017
  12. 12. GEOSS Data Core records – 1,219,917 In which, 86% from OECD countries (1,043688)) 14% from the countries else (176,229) Source (13 April 2015): GEODAB Challenges – Statistics from the GEOSS Data CORE > 250 Journals on Earth Science + >200 University Journals in China More than 30,000 research papers published on environment, earth sciences, ecology, agriculture, … each year in China
  13. 13. Solution: Data Publishing - Peer review and have an ID for each dataset Data development Data products Data publishing Data sharing system Discoveries and Engineering products
  14. 14. Networking dataset to data paper, discovery publications, DOI, DCI, authors, and decision making ZHANG Yili,LI Bingyu,ZHENG Du.2014.Datasets of the Boundary and Area of the Tibetan Plateau ( DBATP ) ,Global Change Research Data Publishing & Repository,DOI:10.3974/geodb.2014.01.12.V1 ZHANG Yili,LI Bingyu,ZHENG Du.2014.Datasets of the Boundary and Area of the Tibetan Plateau Acta Geographica Sinica, 2014, DOI: 10.11821/dlxb2014S012 Zhang Yili, Li Bingyuan, Zheng Du. A discussion on the boundary and area of the Tibetan Plateau in China. Geographical Research, 2002, 21(1): 1-9. Dataset Data paper Discovery Data Citation Index ResearcherID Web of Science Decision Making references
  15. 15. Data Publishing 16 • Global Change Research Data Publishing and Repository www.geodoi.ac.cn (in DOI:10.3974) From 2014, there are 100 global change research datasets in 5 issues contributed by over 582 researchers were published. workshop on data publishing and academic journals held on 2016 and 2017.
  16. 16. Conclusion A. Capacity building and full-open-free sharing in developing countries are crucial for innovative development and reaching SDGs. B. Peer Review Data Publishing is the most advantage way to encourage scientists to be evolved in full and open research data. C. Networking local datasets into the global systems will benefit both scientists and society. D. The CODATA PASTD will pay more attention to the infrastructure and capacity building on data publishing and sharing in developing countries in the following years.
  17. 17. Next step • Special issue to the Journal of Data Science: best practices and show cases of implementing Open Data in a Big Data World in developing countries Xiang ZHOU Co-chair, Task Group on Preservation of and Access to Scientific and Technical Data in/for/with Developing Countries (PASTD), CODATA zhouxiang@radi.ac.cn http://www.codata-pastd.org 18

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