Event Category: 2022 Lectures

1. Introduction to course and practical information 2. Systematic literature review Lecturer: Renata Močnik, MSc, University of Maribor Library, Slovenia The term systematic review is used in two ways: it can refer to a prescribed methodology (method) or to the output report to itself. At the end of the lesson: you will know the difference […]

Lecturer: dr. Mojca Kotar, University of Ljubljana The European Research Area (ERA) is a joint endeavour of the European Commission, Council of the European Union, and EU Member States, with aligned policies in research, innovation and technology. Open science is an important cross-cutting principle in ERA and is becoming a new normal in doing research […]

Lecturer: dr. Tea Romih, Central Technical Library at the University of Ljubljana The lecture will guide you through the process of creating a data management plan (DMP) from the perspective of a researcher. We will take the Horizon Europe DMP as the foundation; however, we will not follow it word by word. Instead, we will […]

Lecturer: dr. Ana Slavec, InnoRenew CoE, Izola, Slovenia The lecture will introduce researchers to key concepts in research data management focusing on FAIR principles (Findability, Availability, Interoperability and Reusability) of data sharing. In particular, the talk will address data management and curation practices in the long tail of research data with practical examples from different […]

Lecturer: Danaja Fabčič Povše, Vrije University Bruxelles, Belgium One of the goals of a data management plan is to make research data FAIR (findable, accessible, interoperable and easy to reuse); often, research is carried out with people’s personal information which entails ethical and legal considerations. The lecture will start by explaining why we need to […]

Lecturer: Peter Čerče, Science and Research Centre Koper The Horizon 2020 project ‘Migrant Children and Communities in a Transforming Europe’ (MiCREATE) aims to gather the stories of migrant children to support their needs and aspirations when it comes to integration. European countries and their education systems encounter many challenges due to ethnic, cultural, linguistic diversity, […]

Lecturers: dr. Nejc Novak, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Maribor, Slovenia Yunus Emre Yılmaz, M. Sc., Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Maribor, Slovenia The path to answer the research question using the EOSC will be presented in this seminar from two different perspectives – the PhD student and the PostDoc researcher. The workflow […]

Lecturer: prof. dr. Janja Hojnik, University of Maribor Ethics and Integrity in Research – refers to one of fundamental pillars of every research organisation. It is increasingly emphasised also by the European institutions and research funders, thereby additionally motivating European universities to incentivised their work in this area. Research relies on public trust and it […]