Licenses for Research Data
Time and Space:
19.5.2022, 10:00-11:00 AM, online
Researchers from all disciplines and research support staff
Registration is required for participation (see below).
In order to make research data (re)usable, they should be assigned a suitable license. Licences define how data may be used by others. As such, they are a key element in ensuring the R – Reusability – in the FAIR data principles. Most repositories and data archives let researchers choose a license when they deposit data. The webinar will give an overview of licensing options for research data with a special focus on the Creative Commons licenses. It will further discuss the topic of licenses in the data management plans of European projects.
- Introduction to the Benefits of Open Science and Open Licensing – Dr. Vanessa Hannesschläger, University of Vienna
- How Uncommon? Creative Commons Licensing in Horizon 2020 Data Management Plans – Daniel Spichtinger, Ludwig Boltzmann Gesellschaft
Vanessa Hannesschläger, University of Vienna. Vanessa Hannesschläger
is a digital humanist with a focus on modern Austrian literature. She teaches digital humanities and data modeling at the University of Vienna and is a postdoc in the digital edition project “Peter Handke notebooks” at the German Literary Archives in Marbach. She is co-chair of the DARIAH working group ELDAH (Ethics and Legality in Digital Arts and Humanities) and vice-chair of the CLARIN Legal and Ethical Issues Committee (CLIC). She was also involved in the Open Science Network Austria (OANA, 2018-2021), where she focused on sustainability and reusability research data.
Daniel Spichtinger, Ludwig Boltzmann Gesellschaft.
Daniel Spichtinger, Ludwig Boltzmann Society. Daniel Spichtinger is an independent expert working on open science, including open access and data management policies. From 2012-2018, he was a member of the Open Science Unit in the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Research and Innovation. At the end of his six-year contract, he returned to Vienna and has been working as an independent specialist on Open Science and EU research policy since 2018. He is also employed part-time at the Ludwig Boltzmann Gesellschaft (LBG), where he advises the LBG on EU third-party funding.
The event series “Research Data Management in Austria”
is aimed at researchers and / or people involved in research support and serves to promote networking and exchange on the topic of research data management, writing a data management plan and similar related topics.
The event will be recorded. This recording will then be publicly available on the FAIR Data Austria website and in openly accessible repositories. If you do not want your video and audio recordings to be published, you can turn off both your camera and microphone during the entire event.
You will receive the link for dialing in via email before the event. There is a limited number of places, so please register by February 18th, 2022 at the latest.
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