21 March 2017 to 22 March 2017

The upcoming 13th Berlin Open Access conference will provide a networking and reviewing opportunity in the context of the OA2020 initiative for the large-scale transition to open access. Drawing on the concept of organization at the national level as put forward in the previous meeting, Berlin 13 will be aimed at strengthening the international network and sharing the experience of the various stakeholder groups in the process so far.
The conference will be held as a two-day event with a clear distinction between the two days:

En este enlace se pueden consultar las presentaciones de los Webinars realizados por OpenAire durante el 2016. 

19 January 2017

The eInfrastructure Proposers' Day 2017 is organised to allow the consortia currently preparing proposals for EINFRA-12-2017 to present their concepts and get additional input from potential partners.
More information here.

19 January 2017

The event is organised jointly by the National Library of Sweden, Swedish NOAD for OpenAIRE, together with Vinnova and the Swedish Research Council, the Swedish contact agencies for Horizon 2020.

26 January 2017

The 5th LEARN workshop on Research Data Management, “Shaping and aligning research data management policies”, is the last of five international workshops within the EU-funded project, LEARN (Leaders Activating Research Networks). It will take place at the University of Barcelona the 26th of January.
The morning session will be devoted to lectures by keynote speakers and the afternoon session will consist of three breakout groups, where best practices and case studies will be presented and discussed.

14 February 2017

OpenAIRE has organised a long line of international workshops on topics surrounding Open Access and Open Science. This workshop will be on the topic of measuring Open Access and its impact. It will be organised in collaboration with CRIStin, and hosted by HiOA in Oslo - Norway on Tuesday the 14th of February 2017.

25 January 2017

As research data management is increasingly seen as a vital component of high-quality research, academics are looking to their institutions to provide support for activities which they lack the skills and resource to deliver themselves. The responsibility of institutions to provide support is being reflected in research funder mandates more explicitly. Coupled with this is the recognition that well-managed, visible research outputs, including data, are an asset both to researchers and their institutions.

26 January 2017

This course will introduce research managers to the concept of open research (including Open Access to publications and Open Data) and its implications for their work. The key requirements for Horizon 2020 projects will be discussed with particular focus on the implications to research of the expansion of the Open Data Pilot. An introduction to developing and reviewing DMPs will be provided and through practical exercises, participants will gain experience in working with real-world examples.

20 February 2017 to 23 February 2017

The 12th International Digital Curation Conference (IDCC17) will be held from 20-23 February 2017 at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd). The conference brings together digital curation professionals and educators with data producers and consumers to consider digital curation in a multi-disciplinary context.
More information here.

20 March 2017

The Barcamp will take place on 20 March, 2017, in Berlin, the day before the Open Science Conference (21 to 22 March). It is organised by the Leibniz Research Alliance Science 2.0 in cooperation with Wikimedia Deutschland.
More information here.