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Building local, thinking global - EOSC

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Presentation on the European Open Science Cloud and work undertaken within the Research Data Alliance to coordinate global open science commons initiatives. The presentation was given to the G7 Open Science Working Group on behalf of the EOSC Executive Board.

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Building local, thinking global - EOSC

  1. 1. Building local, thinking global European Open Science Cloud . Sarah Jones Digital Curation Centre sarah.jones@glasgow.ac.uk Twitter: @sjDCC
  2. 2. Global Open Science Commons data commons 18/06/2019
  3. 3. Research Data Alliance BoFs Several sessions run to coordinate work: • Towards a Global Open Science Commons, March 2018, Berlin • Delivering a Global Open Science Commons, November 2018, Gaborone • Coordinating Global Open Science Commons initiatives, March 2019, Philadelphia 18/06/2019 G7 Open Science Working Group, Paris, 19 June 2019 3
  4. 4. RDA Interest & Working groups Global Open Science Commons IG Defining OSC WG …. WG … WG 18/06/2019 G7 Open Science Working Group, Paris, 19 June 2019 4 https://rd-alliance.org
  5. 5. Define a typology of the OS Commons 18/06/2019 G7 Open Science Working Group, Paris, 19 June 2019 5 Technical AND human dimensions Governance Sustainability Stakeholderengagement Technical layer cake courtesy of Vivien Bonazzi, NIH Flows……. Don’t build silos! Open APIs and open data where possible Avoid vendor lock-in. Infrastructure should be “forkable” to move elsewhere if desired
  6. 6. Principles for managing a commons Ostrom's lessons from how communities co-operate to share resources 1. Define clear group boundaries 2. Match rules governing use of common goods to local needs & conditions 3. Ensure those affected by the rules can participate in modifying the rules 4. Make sure the rule-making rights of community members are respected by outside authorities 5. Develop a system, carried out by community members, for monitoring members’ behaviour 6. Use graduated sanctions for rule violators 7. Provide accessible, low-cost means for dispute resolution 8. Build responsibility for governing the common resource in nested tiers from the lowest level up to the entire interconnected system 18/06/2019 G7 Open Science Working Group, Paris, 19 June 2019 6
  7. 7. Principles for Open Scholarly Infrastructures 3 pillars proposed by Bilder, Lin & Neylon http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.1314859 18/06/2019 G7 Open Science Working Group, Paris, 19 June 2019 7 Governance Sustainability Insurance
  8. 8. Where EOSC is strong? • Governance • Community ownership? • Stakeholder engagement? 18/06/2019 G7 Open Science Working Group, Paris, 19 June 2019 8
  9. 9. What is EOSC? 18/06/2019 G7 Open Science Working Group, Paris, 19 June 2019 9
  10. 10. An open festival for science • Virtual space where science producers and science consumers come together • Inclusive to people of all backgrounds and cultures • An open-ended range of content and services • Quality mark « Data made in Europe » 18/06/2019 G7 Open Science Working Group, Paris, 19 June 2019 10 A platform for European research
  11. 11. Grow in stages… • Underlying infrastructure needs to be developed, owned and operated publicly • Extend to engage with private initiatives • All must adhere to Rules and uphold common values • Be a living, breathing system that adapts to changes 18/06/2019 G7 Open Science Working Group, Paris, 19 June 2019 11
  12. 12. Design principles • Co-creation • Research-led • Community-driven • Flexible by design • Extensible / scalable • Incremental and iterative • Hands-on and participatory • Continuous engagement, consultation & user testing 18/06/2019 G7 Open Science Working Group, Paris, 19 June 2019 12 bit by bit
  13. 13. EOSC Governance 2019-2020 EOSC governance structure 18/06/2019 G7 Open Science Working Group, Paris, 19 June 2019 13
  14. 14. Governance Board • Representatives from all 28 member states and 10 associated countries • Chaired by Hans Josef Linkens, BMBF, Germany • Forming sub-groups to feed strategic inputs into EOSC Exec Board and Working Groups https://ec.europa.eu/research/openscience/pdf/ec_rtd _eosc-governance-board_062019.pdf 18/06/2019 G7 Open Science Working Group, Paris, 19 June 2019 14
  15. 15. Executive Board 18/06/2019 G7 Open Science Working Group, Paris, 19 June 2019 15 • Karel Luyben & Cathrin Stover as Co-Chairs • 8 representatives of stakeholder groups • 3 independent experts https://www.eoscsecretariat.eu/eosc- governance/eosc-executive-board
  16. 16. EOSC Exec Board Working Groups 18/06/2019 G7 Open Science Working Group, Paris, 19 June 2019 16
  17. 17. What is each WG doing? • Map EOSC-relevant national infrastructures • Analyse Member State readiness to provide financial resource (with Sustainability) • Propose mechanisms to facilitate convergence and alignment Landscape • Recommend a minimal set of Rules of Participation that define the rights, obligations and accountability governing all EOSC transactions • Embrace the principles of openness, transparency and inclusiveness Rules of P. • Define, agree and develop an interoperability layer to federate systems i.e. standards, open APIs and protocols • Offer a catalogue of EOSC datasets and services Architecture • FAIR practices  EOSC interoperability framework (with Arch. & RoP) • Persistent Identifier (PID) policy for EOSC (with Architecture) • Frameworks to assess FAIR data and certify services that enable FAIR FAIR • Provide a set of strategic and financing orientations for EOSC post 2020 • In-depth analysis of business models and their different implications • Options for a governance framework to steer & oversee EOSC operations Sustainability 18/06/2019 G7 Open Science Working Group, Paris, 19 June 2019 17 https://www.eoscsecretariat.eu/eosc-working-groups
  18. 18. Minimum Viable Platform by end 2020 • Agreed and tested Rules of Participation • A legal entity and post 2020 governance structure • Functioning federated core & initial services • Catalogues of EOSC data and services • EOSC Interoperability Framework • Persistent Identifier policy • Metrics for FAIR data and repository certification 18/06/2019 G7 Open Science Working Group, Paris, 19 June 2019 18
  19. 19. Work plan 18/06/2019 G7 Open Science Working Group, Paris, 19 June 2019 19 Iteration and testing built into plan Initial / outline outputs  TEST  Updated / final Agree versions for implementation post 2020
  20. 20. Where to follow progress Check out Cathrin Stover’s blog posts https://www.eoscsecretariat.eu/news-events-opinion 18/06/2019 G7 Open Science Working Group, Paris, 19 June 2019 20 Join forthcoming webinar on 1st July at 11am CEST https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_9mJMRilBQhuHkBE2Uut4Ow
  21. 21. Thanks for listening! Questions? sarah.jones@glasgow.ac.uk Twitter: @sjDCC

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