Social Data Network (So.Da.Net), Athens
Dinner, venue: 19:00, 13 May 2019 (provided by Cessda)
Workshop: 09:00-17:00, 14 May 2019
The aim of the workshop is to present the Data Management Expert Guide (DMEG), with an emphasis on new materials around RDM, GDPR and Data Discovery. The guide was prepared by CESSDA-ERIC Service providers. CESSDA data management experts will train participants in how to use the developed materials in the delivery of training to their researchers. The training event is designed interactively and includes hands-on exercises.
By the end of the workshop participants will:
- Understand the structure of the Expert Tour Guide
- Gain knowledge of the RDM module and be able to apply it to local training events.
- Know the arguments and relevant considerations for making data openly available while still meeting the needs of data protection (in accordance with legislative and ethical requirements).
- Know how to teach researchers to find and access data in Europe
Prior knowledge of research or data archiving is recommended. Participants are expected to study the educational material available online to ensure the benefits from the training programme.
The workshop is aimed at employees of CESSDA Service Providers, and CESSDA partnering organisations as well as employees of affiliated organisations and research institutions, tasked with providing training on research data management or data discovery to the social science research community, or planning to deliver such training in the future. We expect that participants will use their gained knowledge to deliver research data management and/or data discovery training locally or internationally.
Venue of the meting
HOU (Hellenic Open University)
Tzortz 4 − Square Kaniggos, 10677, Athens
Data Management Expert Guide (DMEG):
Train the Trainers event
Athens, Tuesday 14th of May 2019
|TUESDAY, 14 May 2019
Project Reporting and planning
|09.00 –09.10||Welcome and Introduction|
|09.10 –09.30||Tour de Table|
|09.30 –09.50||Structure of the DMEG, Gry Henriksen NSD
General Information about the DMEG
Tips for Trainers
|09.50 –11.00||Research Data Management content, Gry Henriksen NSD
|11.00 –11:15||Coffee Break|
|11.15 –11.30||Introduction to OpenAire, Elli Papadopoulou|
|11.30 –12.45||Legal and ethical issues regarding data collection and sharing, Anne-Mette Somby NSD
|13.45 –14.05||Training methods, Gry Henriksen NSD|
|14.05 –15.00||DMEG Chapter 7: Discover, Sarah King-Hele, UKDS
|15.00–15.15||Coffee Break (or in group work)|
|15.15 –16.30||DMEG Chapter 7: Discover, Sarah King-Hele, UKDS
|16.30 –17.00||Wrap-up and evaluation|
|Hotel||Distance from Venue (km)|
|Kubic Athens Smart Hotel||0.75|
|Crystal City Hotel||1|
|Athens Cypria Hotel||1.5|
|Athens Golden City Hotel||0.55|
|Delphi Art Hotel||0.75|
|Athinais Hotel Athens||2.2|
|Acropolis View Hotel||2.5|
|Arion Athens Hotel||1.1|
|Melia Athens Hotel||0.1|
|Athens Way Hotel||0.85|
|Dryades & Orion Hotel||0.75|
|Polis Grand Hotel||0.2|
|Radisson Blu Park Hotel Athens||0.85|
You arrive at the International Airport in Athens, also known as Eleftherios Venizelos Airport.
Public transport: The airport is well-connected to the city centre, so you can choose among metro, rail or bus transport.
Metro: You can reach the city centre of Athens via metro line 3 direction Aghia Marina and vice versa towards the airport via metro line 3 direction Athens International Airport.
A 90-minute ticket costs 10 € per person, 18 € for 2 people and 24 € for three people. The round trip ticket costs 18 € per person and must be used within 48 hours. Children, students and seniors get discounts. More Info...
The journey is approximately 45 min long.
Suburban Railway: The Kiato Suburban Service connects the Airport and Kiato to the centre of Athens and Piraeus Port. The last stop is Athens Central Railway Station (Larissis Station).
The journey takes 90 min.
NOTE: We advise you to buy a 3 day tourist pass which gives you a 72-hour access to all public transport including transport to and from the airport for 22 € per person.
Taxi service: There is a taxi rank at the airport in front of the Arrivals Area. A fare to the city centre is 38€ during daytime, the price goes up to 54€ if you choose to take a taxi over the night (luggage included in both cases).
Transfer: If you don’t like using the public transport and hesitate to take a taxi, consider booking a private transfer which will wait for you on the airport and take you to your hotel or wherever you need to go. The transfer company will send a professional driver to pick you up.
PLEASE NOTE that many taxi drivers do not accept credit or debit cards, thus you should consider to carry some Euros with you.
Please register by using the online form. The deadline for registration is the 15th of April 2019.
We will only use your personal data solely for organizational/accounting purposes. CESSDA ERIC will process your personal data confidentially and in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). CESSDA-ERIC will store your application form, with personal data, and will keep this for maximum 6 months after the event.
Event is free of charge. Participants are responsible for their own travel arrangements. However, CESSDA-ERIC provides a limited amount of bursaries of up to €800 per person towards travel and accommodation costs, in order to encourage wider participation of staff from CESSDA member and partnering organisations. Bursaries will be awarded to participants that have no other available means of funding of their participation.
If applying for a bursary: describe why the bursary and the attendance at the event would be beneficial to you and/or your institution and how the participation in the event would enhance your work/career (max 300 words). Please complete the form and send it to Dimitra Kondyli.
NOTE: It is imperative to send a letter of support from your institution for your participation in the event to Dimitra Kondyli (no later than the 15th of April, 2019). This letter should confirm that the institution has no other means of funding of your participation.