In spring 2021, the TRIPLE project initiated the TRIPLE Open Science Training Series. Work package 6 “Open Science and EOSC Integration” organises and delivers specific training events dedicated to Open Science related topics.
The events are primarily targeted at TRIPLE project team members, in order to ensure we all have competencies in Open Science practices and workflows. However, it has been decided to open the events to the whole SSH community. In order to strengthen TRIPLE’s connections and collaborations with other projects, initiatives and Research Infrastructures, some events are co-organised.
List of Upcoming Training Events
The Open Access Publishing Platform Open Research Europe (ORE)
🗓 Date: Wednesday, 21 April 2021, 14.00 – 15.30 (CEST)
🏠 Venue: TBD
🙋♀️ Register here: Link
🗓 Date: Wednesday, 26 May 2021, 14.00 – 15.30 (CEST)
🏠 Venue: TBD
🙋♀️ Register here: Link to registration will be provided soon
List of Past Training Events
CLARIN Café on the Rights of Data Subjects in Language Resources
🗓 Date: Tuesday, 30 March 2021, 14:00 – 16:00 (CEST)
🏠 Venue: CLARIN virtual Zoom meeting
Various language resources often contain personal data, i.e. information that relate to living individuals. The processing of such information is governed by the General Data Protection Regulation, which entered into application on 25 May 2018. The rights of data subjects are one of the central elements of the GDPR; the Regulation provides for a number of such rights, ranging from information and access to the right of erasure (also known as ‘the right to be forgotten’). The underlying idea is to grant individuals control over the processing of their personal data.
The rights of the data subjects and related procedures to safeguard them should be implemented already at the conception phase of a project, and in any case before the data collection starts. This is particularly important if the data are to be shared according to the Open Science principles, e.g. within the European Open Science Cloud. Insufficient fulfillment of obligations related to data subject rights have already been sanctioned by over 50 fines across Europe (https://www.enforcementtracker.com).
The CLARIN Café will be devoted specifically to the rights of data subjects in the GDPR, and it will provide answers to the following questions, among others:
- What are the rights granted to data subjects by the GDPR?
- Are these rights limited when personal data are processed for the purposes of language research?
- How to handle data subjects’ requests related to the exercise of their rights?
- Who is responsible for handling such requests?
This CLARIN Café is supported by the TRIPLE project and will be introduced by Maria Eskevich, who is actively involved in TRIPLE and is CLARIN central office coordinator.
(Source of information about the event: CLARIN Café webpage.)