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14 - 17 November 2022
Clarion Congress Hotel Prague

Covering your needs at every stage of research: the OpenAIRE Services in a nutshell

Monday 14th November 2022 - 5.00 pm - 6.30pmRoom: TychoEOSC ecosystem sessions



About the session

Including Open Science in the research life cycle needs appropriate instruments. OpenAIRE services offer services in support of planning, publishing, sharing, discovering, and monitoring publications, data, software, and other research products. In this session, OpenAIRE will give an overview of the services that support research communities and policy makers in implementing an open, transparent, and FAIR scholarly communication record.  Specifically, the selected services support researchers at archiving, and managing the data records and discovering them into the EOSC portal. OpenAIRE offers effective management of data sources with the OpenAIRE Provide Dashboard, which enables data managers and curators to track the data and metadata deduplication, enrichment, and links. Then, the EOSC explore will be presented to show these data resources will be found in the EOSC portal. 

Relevance for EOSC

EOSC is in continuous development as many organisations and stakeholders are contributing at different levels. How the resources for scholarly communication can be used in the current state may not be easy to understand for all users. This session will respond to the questions on what are the services that repository network and research stakeholders can access through EOSC. The key pillars of the presentations will focus on the services .  


17.00 – 17.10 Introduction to the research cycle and the Research and Innovation actors –
Giulia Malaguarnera
17.10 – 17.25 OpenAIRE catalogue of services –
Androniki Pavlidou
17.25 – 17.50 A full journey in onboarding Research Product – Provide Dashboard –
Pedro Prìncipe
17.50- 18.00 Discovering data via OpenAIRE CONNECT –
Paolo Manghi
18.00-18.30Q&AModerated by Giulia Malaguarnera



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