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  1. Open Science for Arts, Design and Music KICK-OFF meeting, February, 2, 2022 Iolanda Pensa, principal investigator Institute of Design, SUPSI
  2. NEXT STEPS By February 11: ● Definition of all people involved in the local teams and of a reference person ● Suggestion of people to be involved in the steering committee ● Identification of case studies By March 15: ● Description of the case studies using the template provided
  3. Open Access All research in Switzerland Open Access by 2024
  4. All rights reserved Allowing commercial use Allowing reuse Open Access Accessible Paywall (with associated data…)
  5. From Open Access to Open Science Cooperation Sharing Transparency Accessing content Innovation Reuse Social innovation Open Government Open Access Active citizenship Open Knowledge New commercial uses Wikipedia Wiki Loves Monuments OpenStreetMap Involving users Crowdsourcing Improving research Online communities WikiData Wikimedia Commons OpenGLAM Open and free software Open Data Open Peer Review Open source Citizen science Accessing all content (papers, reports, documents, educational resources, software, websites, video, audio, conference proceedings and recordings…) Open Educational Resources Open Methodology Interoperability Accessibile Dissemination Visibility Participation
  6. Open by default Unless differently stated Approach of the project
  7. Easy to find Easy to cite Easy to (re)use Include how you want content to be cited (write the exact reference) Add attribution in the metadata Use a unique identifier (DOI, ISBN) Use open tools and licenses CC0, CC BY, CC BY-SA Add instructions to facilitate reuse and edit Use repositories which remain open (non commercial) Open formats Allow to add content and interoperability (= collaborative work) Store content also where people can find it and are potential users Content and format editable Allow commercial use Free access Access without registration Use metadata (data understandable by computers) Open Science - what “open” requires Research ethic always requires you to cite sources, even if the license doesn’t require it Archive it for >10 years These are also the requirements for the FAIR principals Agreements with partners and authors
  8. Open Science for Arts, Design and Music Guidelines,Training and National and International Publications
  9. 14:10: Presentation of the project Dr. Davide Fornari, Associate Professor and Head of R&D sector, ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne (HES- SO) 14:30: Open Science at international and national level ErzsébetTóth-Czifra, DARIAH-EU Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities. Building bridges between Open Science and research realities in the arts and humanities: an introduction to DARIAH ERIC from an Open Humanities perspective Dr.Anna Picco Schwendener and Suzanna Marazza, Competence Center in Digital Law. Presentation of the CCDigitalLaw and the Swiss legal framework of open science 14:40: Partner institutions and members Brief presentation by each project partner of its institution, its interest in the project and the local team: Loredana Alberti (SUPSI),Yoo Mi Steffen (HES-SO/ECAL), Jelena Martinovic and Kate Espasandin (HES-SO/ HEDHA),Antony Masure and Clarie-MedriVignola (HES-SO/HEAD), Jörg Wiesel and Tabea Lurk (HGK FHNW), Robert Lzicar and Desirée Stalder (HKB-BFH), Rachel Mader (HSLU), Irene Ragaller (ZHDK), Camille Francoise and BrigitteVézina (Creative Commons) 15:10: Discussion and questions 15:30 Operation work plan and next steps Dr. Marta Pucciarelli, coordinator of the project. Researcher at the Institute of Design (SUPSI) 15:50: Conclusions and greetings Dr. Iolanda Pensa, principal investigator Programme
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