EOSC Facilitators and Intermediaries - stakeholder groups that influence EOSC indirectly, either by funding relevant initiatives, setting policy that affects operation and uptake, coordinating global fora or setting standards; and organisations acting as technology or research enablers by providing appropriate training and support.
Table 3 - EOSC Future facilitators and intermediaries
EU funders, Member States, national funding bodies, private funders, industry
regulatory bodies on data privacy, on competition, on research; research policy organisations
universities, research performing organisations, national laboratories, research institutes
university libraries, data repositories, virtual libraries such as BHL (Biodiversity Heritage Library), publishers
RPO/RFO staff in charge of compliance (policy) and monitoring
global coordination fora and organisations, RDA, EOSC and Open Science national initiatives, EC-funded projects, e-science groups, operational agencies (ESA, JRCs, etc.), big data projects (e.g., EC Data Spaces, national, European and global observatories), global aggregators (e.g. GBIF, IOBIS), GAIA X, EuroHPC, GEOSS (Global Earth Observation System of Systems), National EOSC initiatives
EOSC Association, EOSC Steering Board, European Commission
Title and broad topics
EOSC Training Programme - What institutions need to know?
Engaging with EOSC. Making most of EOSC
The training offers an overview of EOSC and EOSC portal, what EOSC enables and how new institutional services could be onboarded - via a collection of practical use cases, examples illustrating EOSC tailored to different domains and success stories on using EOSC services.
Training goal (s)
We want to ensure that institutions have the right knowledge and information to be able to support members of their institutions/communities to promote, use and contribute to EOSC.
Anyone from institutions / organisations who would like to promote the benefits and use of EOSC to their members.
Benefits/outcomes for learners
This programme will have several strands including:
Interest in EOSC and willingness to promote it. Knowledge of RDM and open science.
Materials to help in running training for researchers
Training for institutions
A mix of hands-on training
Re-use of material