This symposium aims at sharing good practices for researchers on gathering and disseminating good quality data, using interoperable standards and overcoming legal obstacles.
This congress will focus on good practices concerning the collecting, structuring, visualising and sharing of research data. In two plenary keynotes by Mireille van Eechoud, Professor of Information Law at the UvA, and Barend Mons, Professor of Bioinformatics at the Leiden University Medical Center, the (im)possibilities and the future of sharing open data will be addressed.
The symposium Connecting data for research is organised during the International Open Access week on October 19th 2015 by Radboud University, Leiden University, University of Amsterdam, Free University Amsterdam, DANS-KNAW and SURF. It will focus on good practices concerning the collecting, structuring, visualising and sharing of research data. The event is supported by the European Foster Open Science project.