eVIR conference: Video data between Open Access and Ethics Requirements

Research project eInfrastructure for video research (eVIR) invites to its concluding conference "Shareable and Searchable: Video data between Open Access and Ethics Requirements"

Keynote speaker:

 

Image may contain: Man, Chin.Keynote presentation: FAIRification of research data - a crucial step on the path to Open Science
Andreas Jaunsen, Special Adviser, NordForsk

Abstract: 

The vast data verse is growing rapidly and the ability to locate relevant research data and assess its usefulness to answer a specific problem will only become more important as the volume of data expands. Simply providing access to research data is not enough to enable the reuse of data or to facilitate  the verification of scientific results. The provisioning of rich machine-actionable metadata to describe the content and relevance of a dataset is crucial in this respect. In addition data should as a rule be issued with a license declaring the premises for reuse, a persistent identifier that will always retain minimum information about the dataset and metadata that are selected from suitable acknowledged vocabularies. In addition to this FAIRification of research data any software, scripts or tools of relevance required to reproduce the claimed scientific results should also be provided. 

To gauge and monitor this development towards Open Science one can evaluate the FAIR Maturity of datasets, providing qualitative information on digital repositories for research data deposit.

Programme

Version as of 17 February 2020 

10.00

Welcome and Introduction
Kirsti Klette, Department of Teacher Education and School Research, University of Oslo 

10.15 – 11.15

Part I

Keynote presentation: FAIRification of research data - a crucial step on the path to Open Science
Andreas Jaunsen, Special Adviser, NordForsk

Comments & Discussion

11.15 – 12.15

Experience from researchers:

  • "A music researcher's perspective on video analysis and sharing"
    Associate Professor Alexander Refsum Jensenius, Department of Musicology and Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Rhythm, Time and Motion (RITMO), University of Oslo
  • " Tensions and problematic situations when securing informed consent​ in and outside of school"
    Associate Professor Lisbeth M. Brevik, Department of Teacher Education and School Research, University of Oslo
  • "Challenges and benefits of using video recordings and TSD in healthcare research"
    PhD Fellow Marte-Marie Wallander Karlsen, Lovisenberg Diaconal University College and University of Oslo
    12.15  – 13.00

    Lunch 

    For all registered attendees 

    13.00  – 15.00

    Part II

    Storage solutions that support Open Access and FAIR

    • "eInfrastructure @UiO for video research present and future"
      Assistant Director Gard Sundby Thomassen, Research Computing, University of Oslo 
    • Title to be announced
      Associate Professor Hanne Strømme, Department of Psychology, University of Oslo

    Invited contributions from:

    • Data Protection Officer Roger Markgraf-Bye, University of Oslo
    • NSD - Norwegian Centre for Research Data
    • IT Director's Office, University of Oslo

    Panel discussion/ joint discussion

    Closing comments: How to move forward?

    Practical

    The seminar will be held in English.

    Lunch will be served to those who have registered for the seminar:

    Register

     

     

    Published Feb. 3, 2020 9:01 PM - Last modified Feb. 17, 2020 3:52 PM