Gravações das sessões da COAR Annual Meeting

. 21 de Outubro de 2021

A Annual Meeting da Confederation of Open Access Repositories decorreu de 29 de setembro a 1 de outubro, e contou com cerca de 160 participantes de 99 países diferentes. A conferência era apenas aberta à participação de instituições que fossem membros da COAR, mas as gravações das sessões estão disponíveis para todos.

Wednesday, September 29Thursday, September 30Friday, October 1
UNESCO Open Science Recommendations 
Ana Peršić, PhD
Programme Specialist, Science Policy and Capacity Building, Science Policy and Partnerships, Natural Sciences Sector, UNESCO.
Dr. Peršić introduced the UNESCO draft Open Science Recommendations, process behind their development, and the next steps for implementation. The presentation was followed by an interactive discussion about the implications of the recommendations for the COAR community, and how we can help with their adoption.
Building a global consensus on Open Science
Slides
Session recording
Approaches to Adopting Good Practices in Repositories
This session discussed some of the latest developments around repository criteria, what communities are trying to define new criteria and how these will impact local repositories. We discussed some of the benefits and challenges from different countries around the world and their experiences with trying to implement/adopt certain criteria. Session was moderated by Ilkay Holt.
Session recording
Gail Steinhart, Cornell University – Introduction and the current context. (So many) Data Repository Good Practices.
Evelin Arust, University of Tartu – Estonia’s experience with the Core Trust Seal
Gultekin Gurdal – Izmir Institute of Technology – National approach to improve practices in repositories in Turkey
Koh Sugawara – Hitotsubashi University – Using the COAR Community Framework for Best Practices in Repositories in Japan
12th COAR General Assembly
The General Assembly is the COAR Business Meeting where present COAR’s accomplishments over the last year, new activities for this year, and the election of the next Executive Board.
COAR Strategy for Modernizing Repositories
This session will present the COAR Strategy for Modernizing Repositories, which was launched in July 2021. The strategy involves COAR working with regional and national partners to help position repositories to embrace their new and expansive role in the scholarly communications landscape. The session will include a round table of representatives from different regions to present their action plans, which are tailored to the local context and address each country’s most salient and acute challenges.
Session recording
Introduction
Slides
Transforming the Role of Repositories: The Notify Project
This session provided an update on the progress to-date of the COAR Notify Project. The aim of this project is to develop a standard and interoperable approach that will link reviews and endorsements from different services with the research outputs housed in the distributed network of preprint servers, archives, and repositories. We asked participants to contribute other use cases (beyond peer review) and to bring their ideas, questions, and comments.
Paul Walk, Martin Klein, and Kathleen Shearer
Slides
Session Recording
Presenting Some New Resources
Learn more about the COAR Controlled Vocabularies and the COAR/FECYT Aggregator Dashboard.
Slides update on the COAR Resource Types Vocabulary
Session recording
Agenda das sessões, com links para slides e gravações

A Assembleia Geral de 2021, inserida na Annual Meeting, contou com a eleição de novos membros para o Executive Board. Foram eleitos:

Presidente – Martha Whitehead, Harvard University, EUA
Vice-presidente – Kazu Yamaji, National Institute of Informatics, Japan
Tesoureiro – William Nixon, University of Glasgow, Reino Unido

Bianca Amaro – IBICT, Brasil
Virginia Barbour – Open Access Australasia, Austrália
Isabel Bernal – CSIC, Espanha
Iryna Kuchma – EIFL, Lituânia/Ucrânia
Omo Oaiya – WACREN, Gana

Para saber mais, veja o site da Confederation of Open Access Repositories.

Carla Marques

Membro da equipa de projetos Open Access dos Serviços de Documentação da Universidade do Minho.

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