Open Science Toolkit in Archaeology: Data Sharing, Reproducibility, and Ethics
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Thursday, June 8, 2023, 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM, Open Science Café with Alessio Palmisano and Sara Di Giorgio
What are the best practices for sharing, disseminating, and reproducing data in archaeology, and what are their benefits for the scientific and public communities? We will discuss this with Alessio Palmisano, who will present a series of approaches and practical examples from various case studies that contribute to promoting transparency and open scholarship. Ethical issues that archaeologists may face when openly disseminating their data and the resulting impact on local communities and cultural heritage will be highlighted.
2:30 PM - 2:40 PM Opening and welcome by Sara Di Giorgio
2:40 PM - 2:50 PM Introduction
2:50 PM - 3:00 PM Presentation by Alessio Palmisano
3:00 PM - 3:30 PM Q&A/Discussion
Who will speak
Alessio Palmisano is a Fixed-Term Researcher (RTD) specializing in archaeological research methods at the Department of Historical Studies, University of Turin (UNITO). He is currently working on a research project that investigates how the governing strategies of the Assyrian Empire varied significantly at the regional level and depended, in part, on the long-term socio-ecological dynamics prevailing in different cultural enclaves. His work offers valuable insights into the historical and social influences that have shaped the evolution of the governance of the Assyrian Empire.
Moderator: Sara Di Giorgio Works at GARR as an Open Science Policy & International Relation Officer and collaborates on the development of ICDI (Italian Computing and Data Infrastructure) to strengthen Italian participation in the EOSC ecosystem. She is currently working on the technical coordination of the Skills4EOSC project (2022-2025), co-financed by the European Union under Horizon Europe, for the establishment of a network of Competence Centers in Europe for the training and updating of European researchers and professionals in the field of FAIR data and open science.
Who should attend?
The webinar is designed for the Italian community and is aimed at researchers, research support staff, technicians and technologists interested in learning about open science and FAIR principles.
Mandatory registration at the link: link: https://learning.garr.it/enrol/index.php?id=249
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