The SSH Training Discovery Toolkit provides an inventory of training materials relevant for the Social Sciences and Humanities.
Use the search bar to discover materials or browse through the collections. The filters will help you identify your area of interest.
|OpenAIRE FAQ on Open Science, RDM||
FAQ by OpenAIRE answering various questions around Open Science and RDM.
|Use cases of OpenAIRE services for different stakeholders||
OpenAIRE is preparing use case narratives with scenarios of Open Science services offered by OpenAIRE targeting different users: researchers, research communities/research infrastructures, content providers, funders, managers of research.
The main goal is to showcase how OpenAIRE services are contributing to embed Open Science into researchers' daily workflow and to implement and align Open Science policies and infrastructures across European research institutions.
Benefits and assumptions of those who already use the OpenAIRE services and several best practices on Open Access publishing, sharing research data and enriching the repositories content will be made available on the website
|H2020 OpenAIRE Fact sheets||
In an effort to make open access for publications and data simple for everyone, OpenAIRE is creating factsheets with a brief overview of how to comply with H2020 OA mandates and how to use OpenAIRE services where available.
|Delivering RDM Services - Roadmaps||
One of the topic of the MOOC Delivering Research Data Management Services. This part helps the learner to develop a roadmap for delivering research data services at their own institution.
|Delivering RDM Services - Repositories||
One of the topic of the MOOC Delivering Research Data Management Services. This part teaches about repositories and how they can be certified as well as on Metadata, sharing and legal issues
|Delivering RDM Services - Introduction||
First topic of the MOOC Delivering Research Data Management Services.
This part introduces the importance of research data management and places it in the context of the global movement towards Open Research, and ultimately Open Science.
|FAIR the smart way: Introducing the ENVRI Knowledge Base||
An introduction and demonstration of the ENVRI Knowledge Base, the available information, information integration, the tools that support exploring the information and thoughts on how you can contribute.
The webinar, organised by ENVRI-FAIR Work Packages 5 and 6, has been held on June 3rd 2020 for Research Infrastructure developers, managers, and anyone interested in FAIR Research Infrastructures and has been presented by Markus Stocker.
|A new generation of tools for meeting and networking online||
There is a new generation of tools that enriches the toolset of online facilitators. Comprising the tools Wonder me, Remo, Videofacilitator, Spatial Chat, Gather and Gemibo, this blog will compare them and evaluate their functions.
|Digital Preservation Handbook||
Digital information is increasingly important to our culture, knowledge base and economy. The Handbook, first compiled by Neil Beagrie and Maggie Jones in 2001, is maintained and updated by the DPC. This full revision (the 2nd Edition) has expanded and updated content to cover over 30 major sections (see Contents). The 2nd edition was compiled with input from 45 practitioners and experts in digital preservation under the direction of Neil Beagrie as managing editor and William Kilbride as chair of the Management and Advisory Boards. The Handbook provides an internationally authoritative and practical guide to the subject of managing digital resources over time and the issues in sustaining access to them. It will be of interest to all those involved in the creation and management of digital materials
|CESSDA Resource Directory||
The Directory gathers resources which are already available across various institutional websites. Information on relevant documents, training activities, tools, and support services resulting from past and current CESSDA projects and SP activities have been collected, selected, and reviewed specifically for this purpose. The Resource Directory is therefore a curated inventory of these resources. In order to guide the users within the Directory, specific labels, descriptions, and metadata were applied to index and define the resources. The labels and metadata can be used for a more user-friendly search, allowing easy and rapid access to the resources of interest.