Talkers, Thinkers, Doers: Stakeholder Engagement and EOSC synergies through Skills4EOSC
About the session
The remit of the Skills4EOSC project, as trainers of trainers, is to create and establish synergies across professional, institutional and academic Open Science stakeholders and programme providers. Our goal is not only to communicate and disseminate the project outcomes, but also to distribute and share methodologies and curricula; establish career profiles for Open Science practitioners, liaise with the EOSC governance and contribute to the EOSC Partnership goals as means of achieving sustainable Open Science platforms. This purpose of this session is to gauge stakeholder needs and approaches across all sectors, identifying relevant skills gaps among OS stakeholders and inform the deliverables for the Skills4EOSC project going forward
Relevance for EOSC
As part of the Skills4EOSC project, part of our undertaking is to synergise and engage with stakeholders encompassing both national and international institutional levels. This entails promoting the uptake of curricula, methodologies, quality assurances and certification frameworks among related EOSC projects as well as funding agencies, policymakers, and civil servants and implement co-creation and feedback strategy with the Open Science community.
|17:00 – 17:05||Introduction||William Gothlin Illsley and Arin Savran |
(Swedish National Data Service)
|17:05 – 17:20||Skills4EOSC: Towards meeting stakeholders’ needs – |
|Emma Lazzeri |
(Skills4EOSC and GARR Consortium Italy)
|17:20 – 17:25||Q&A|
|17:25 – 17:40||FAIR Data and Open Science skills on the research factory floor – |
(Chalmers University of Technology)
|17:40 – 17:45||Q&A|
|17:45 – 18:00||Paving the road for FAIR data – Engaging policy makers – |
|Katrine Weisteen Bjerde |
(Norwegian Directorate for Higher Education and Skills)
|18:00 – 18:05||Q&A|
|18:05 – 18:20||Discussion & Mentimeter|
|18:20 – 18:30||Session conclusion|
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