|Deliverable D1.14 |
Data Management Plan
|Data Management Plan outlines how data will be handled during and after the project, describes what data will be collected, processed or generated and following what methodology and standards, how these data will be shared and/or made open, and how they will be curated and preserved.|
|Deliverable D2.1 |
Stakeholder map, inventory, policy matrix
|The Stakeholder map, inventory and policy matrix is a landscaping study implemented by NI4OS-Europe, which provides insights on the existing Open Science initiatives, infrastructures, services, policies, stakeholders and topics in NI4OS-Europe partner countries. The description of the methodology, designing and implementation of the survey is accompanied with an initial mapping and a preliminary inventory of infrastructures and services and a policy matrix.|
|The Collaboration Agreement is signed by complimentary projects EOSC-Pillar, EOSC-synergy, EXPANDS, NI4OS-Europe, EOSC-Nordic, EOSCSecretariat.eu, and FAIRsFAIR. It will be a living document, evolving to meet the needs of the complementary projects and also those of EOSC overall.|
Best practices for on-boarding and related policies
|Best practices for on-boarding and related policies, outlines Rules of Participation as they evolve within the EOSC bodies that are defining them and describes best practices and procedures for on-boarding of the providers using the NI4OS-Europe on-boarding process. It specifically focuses on organizational and technical conditions for service providers to offer services through the EOSC portal.|
Incentives for supporting ORDM and FAIR
|This deliverable describes the incentives and rewards that can be employed to improve the uptake of ORDM and FAIR in general, as well as their integration in EOSC through country-tailored systems of rewards and incentives. Some of them are or will be employed within the NI4OS-Europe activities in the fifteen partner countries. The project landscaping survey and narrative reports from four partner countries show different stages of national and institutional OS implementation.
Based on the current state in partner countries, and numerous reports, guidelines and documents, a set of incentives and reward mechanisms are proposed that can be used by different stakeholders at different levels of OS implementation.
Data repository integration and ORDM/FAIR compliance guidelines
|This document delivers the results of the analysis of guidelines for open science – more specifically, a description of the approach to ORDM and FAIR for 15 NI4OS-Europe partner countries, by observing the relevant existing guidelines on data repository integration, ORDM and FAIR on the global level. The applied methodology for selection, adoption and promotion of relevant guidelines is also described.|
EOSC service and FAIR uptake strategy
|“EOSC service and FAIR uptake strategy” provides the detailed description of the plan and all related actions in order to strengthen the uptake of the European Open Science Cloud and the FAIR principles in the region.
|NI4OS-Europe training plan outlines the plan of training events and training modules to be developed during the project, which is based on the survey of the training needs and requirements in the region. The plan also describes the project policies for training events organization including evaluation of events, cooperation with other projects concerning training activities, the training calendar, and training platform that will be used for the training purposes.|
Internal and external communication platform
|NI4OS-Europe communication platform serves the project internal and external communications. The system consists of the NI4OS-Europe website, the files repository, the agenda tool, the mailing lists, the training portal, the info-share platform and the social media accounts. While it ensures the smooth communication among partners for the optimal implementation of the project, the infrastructure also constitutes a highly effective dissemination mechanism.|
|Deliverable D7.2 |
Marketing, dissemination and sustainability plan
|Marketing, dissemination and sustainability plan presents a comprehensive plan on how to implement a wide-ranging marketing, communication and exploitation strategy aiming at the promotion of the project and its services to all relevant stakeholders. It includes plans and guidelines on how to foster and exploit innovations and to achieve sustainability, based on the overall project strategy and objectives, as well as the expected project results.|
|Deliverable D7.3 |
|NI4OS-Europe brand identity and dissemination material is used to effectively support the project strategic marketing and communication activities. A series of promotional elements, namely the project brochure, posters, presentation, roll up and web banners, are built on a common graphic style and, together with the project communication platform, form the backbone of the project community outreach and public visibility.|