Iryna Kuchma (EIFL), Najla Rettberg (University of
Göttingen)
EC Consultation Workshop "Skills and Human Resources for e-I...
Current status: Human resources for
e-Infrastructures
Current status: Human resources
for e-Infrastructures
Current status: data skills
Training for data managers to support ‘data scientists’ is
in short supply at European level –...
Challenges
Depositing publications and data?
Changing nature of scholarship
Cross-discipline approach, attempt at a generi...
Researchers‘ Issues
Data publication and citation – is this important?
What licensing schemes to use?
What is the burden o...
Desired developments
Data management training at a European level
(libraries+RDM organizations)
Good data practices
Data p...
How e-Infrastructure activity under
Horizon2020 could contribute?
Recommend actions to national organizations dealing
with...
Thank you!
iryna.kuchma@eifl.net
najla.rettberg@sub.uni-goettingen.de
Acknowledgments: OpenAIREplus is a consortial effort...
Thank you!
iryna.kuchma@eifl.net
najla.rettberg@sub.uni-goettingen.de
Acknowledgments: OpenAIREplus is a consortial effort...
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    1. 1. Iryna Kuchma (EIFL), Najla Rettberg (University of Göttingen) EC Consultation Workshop "Skills and Human Resources for e-Infrastructures within Horizon 2020", May 30, 2012 Human resources for e-Infrastructures operation and maintenance / Data skills in short supply for e- Infrastructures development
    2. 2. Current status: Human resources for e-Infrastructures
    3. 3. Current status: Human resources for e-Infrastructures
    4. 4. Current status: data skills Training for data managers to support ‘data scientists’ is in short supply at European level – especially within the library context, as there is a lack of well-equipped and up-to-date staff, tools and programmes. Heterogeneity of data management maturity in Europe: in some countries libraries are paving the way, in others – central data curation centers, some countries have none or very few activities.
    5. 5. Challenges Depositing publications and data? Changing nature of scholarship Cross-discipline approach, attempt at a generic work- flow, no one-size fits all for data “...any roadmap for Open Access infrastructure must address this natural tension between diversity and infrastructure” Meier zu Verl, Horstmann (2011) Role of Library? Trust, longevity, public, life-cycle
    6. 6. Researchers‘ Issues Data publication and citation – is this important? What licensing schemes to use? What is the burden on the researcher? At what stage of life cycle should we share data?
    7. 7. Desired developments Data management training at a European level (libraries+RDM organizations) Good data practices Data policies, standards Definition of Roles and Responsibilities
    8. 8. How e-Infrastructure activity under Horizon2020 could contribute? Recommend actions to national organizations dealing with research data management (RDM) to provide training for RDM at institutional level
    9. 9. Thank you! iryna.kuchma@eifl.net najla.rettberg@sub.uni-goettingen.de Acknowledgments: OpenAIREplus is a consortial effort involving a number of partner organizations The work of the networking group presented here is carried out by the following networking institutions and individuals: Dr. Birgit Schmidt, Prof. Dr. Norbert Lossau (University of Göttingen), Mikael K. Elbaek (Technical University of Denmark), Inge Van Nieuwerburgh, Gwen Frank, (University of Ghent), Pedro Principe, Dr. Eloy Rodrigues (University of Minho)
    10. 10. Thank you! iryna.kuchma@eifl.net najla.rettberg@sub.uni-goettingen.de Acknowledgments: OpenAIREplus is a consortial effort involving a number of partner organizations The work of the networking group presented here is carried out by the following networking institutions and individuals: Dr. Birgit Schmidt, Prof. Dr. Norbert Lossau (University of Göttingen), Mikael K. Elbaek (Technical University of Denmark), Inge Van Nieuwerburgh, Gwen Frank, (University of Ghent), Pedro Principe, Dr. Eloy Rodrigues (University of Minho)

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