From October 23rd to 27th, 2023, the traditional Open Access Week will take place, celebrated with various events at DataCite’s partner universities. All university libraries will provide information and advice on open science at their information desks. In addition, an information leaflet has been prepared to introduce the open science support services offered by DataCite’s partner university libraries.
We invite researchers, doctoral students, and master’s students who have presented research or poster presentations at conferences to preserve them in the digital archives of their universities. More information about the campaign for collecting and preserving academic heritage can be found on each university library’s website.
On October 24th, at 3:30 PM, there will be a training session at TalTech: “How to find a suitable scientific journal for publication (open access)? Quartiles and classifications, data journals and data articles.” The training is in Estonian and you can participate either in person in room LIB-522 or via MS Teams. The trainer will be Piret Remmelgas, and pre-registration is required.
On October 25th, from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM, researchers, doctoral students, and other interested parties are invited to a webinar on “Data Protection and Information Security in Research”, where Marten Juurik (ETAG/TÜ) will introduce the guide “Guide for data protection in research.” Toomas Lepik from TalTech will discuss information security and its relevance to research. The final presentation will be given by Manolis Terrovitis (OpenAIRE), who will provide an overview of the anonymization tool Amnesia. The first two presentations will be in Estonian, and the last one will be in English. Please pre-register for the webinar.
On October 26th, at 3:30 PM, there will be a training session at TalTech: „Research data and data management – part of the open science world.” The training will address the general principles of research data management. The training is in Estonian and you can participate at Tallinn University of Technology in room LIB-522 or via MS Teams. The trainer will be Janelle Kirss. Pre-registration is required to attend the event.