The DataCite Estonian consortium will organise a seminar on Friday, May 5, at 11.00 at Tallinn University of Technology, aiming to inform researchers about the importance of Open Science and research data management and to share practical advice for better management of research work and projects.
The seminar will focus on the requirements and principles of Open Science and research data management, including the methods of collecting, documenting, and sharing data, archiving, and the ethical aspects. In addition, relevant practices and services provided by universities will be presented.
At the seminar, experts from the universities of Leiden, Göttingen and Helsinki will talk about the principles of Open Science and the possibilities and practices of research data management. The Estonian view and experiences will be presented by the representatives of the Estonian Research Council, the participating universities, and the DataCite Estonia Consortium. All researchers, doctoral students, and supporting specialists for whom the implementation of the principles of Open Science is important from the point of view of the future are invited to the event.
The schedule of the seminar will be announced soon.
It is possible to participate in the seminar onsite or online. Register to participate online