Paul Feldman ravnatelj je Jisca, organizacije koja pruža digitalne usluge ustanovama iz sustava znanosti i visokog obrazovanja Ujedinjenog Kraljevstva.
Na ovogodišnjoj konferenciji Srce DEI održat će pozvano predavanje o promjenama u znanosti i obrazovanju pod utjecajem četvrte industrijske revolucije, odnosno intenzivnog razvoja digitalizacije.
Dr Paul Feldman is the chief executive of Jisc, the UK higher, further education and skills sectors’ not-for-profit organisation for digital services and solutions. Before joining Jisc, Paul was an executive partner at Gartner UK. Paul has spent over 20 years in a number of financial service organisations, both in IT and business roles. Paul also worked in knowledge-based IT companies including Thomson Reuters Legal UK and the Intellectual Property Office.
Sažetak predavanja (engleski)
Education and Research 4.0 - a far reaching digital transformation of higher education, are you getting ready? - a view from the UK
Key new technologies that lie behind the fourth industrial revolution have the potential to fundamentally change the way we teach and learn. They are already starting to change the way we research. At Jisc we are forming our visions of Education 4.0 and Research 4.0 that embody the potential of this change for 2030+ and are encouraging our members, all the universities and colleges in the UK, to start on the journey both in how they teach and research, but also what they teach and research. These visions were formed collaboratively with thought leaders from universities.
Jisc is the UK’s digital agency for higher education and research that runs Janet, the UK’s NREN, and provides a wide range of other services, solutions and e-infrastructure across teaching, research and professional services. We are one of the largest organisations in the world dedicated to this space.
Hilary Hanahoe je glavna tajnica Research Data Alliance (RDA), globalne organizacije usmjerene na razvoj društvenih i tehničkih uvjeta za otvoreno dijeljenje i ponovnu upotrebu podataka te poticanje inovacija temeljenih na podacima.
Na ovogodišnjoj konferenciji Srce DEI održat će pozvano predavanje na temu otvorene znanosti.
Hilary Hanahoe was appointed Secretary General of the Research Data Alliance (RDA) in 2018. Her responsibilities include leadership of RDA’s membership, effective management of the RDA organization and its legal entity (RDA Foundation), engagement with RDA funders, stakeholders and organisations, and sustainable stewardship of the dynamic, active, and high-impact community of over 9,500 data professionals across 137 countries. Hilary is involved in the financial and organisational sustainability of RDA on an international level and is also the CEO of the RDA Foundation. She is passionate about the work of the Research Data Alliance and its vibrant community. As part of her role, she raises awareness of the RDA activities and outputs, advocates for new members and increased engagement in the Alliance.
More details on RDA Secretary General and Hilary’s contact details at https://www.rd-alliance.org/about-rda/organisational-bodies/rda-secretary-general.
Sažetak predavanja (engleski)
Importance of research data to reinforce open science – the RDA perspective, Hilary Hanahoe, glavna tajnica Research Data Alliance (RDA)
There is only one way forward, that research data management become an inherent part of the research life cycle from the outset. Policies and strategies must be defined and implemented by the organisations themselves. There are many best practices and examples of how this is being done on an institutional and community level across the globe, so it is not even a case of having to start from scratch. Open Science is a goal that we should all strive for, open science means making science accessible. All of us with a stake in this should be interested and involved in its development.
RDA is an exceptional initiative, a unique organisation offering a truly open and global community driven platform for technical and social research data challenges to be addressed and resolved. RDA is highly complementary to other transnational and international initiatives. Many global projects and initiatives leverage on the RDA open platform and mechanisms to progress their work and interact with our global community to advance the development of an open science culture.
The Research Data Alliance (RDA) is a community-driven organization whose mission is to develop the social and technical data infrastructure needed to drive innovation surrounding data sharing and data interoperability. Established in 2013, RDA supports almost 10,000 international members representing 144 countries, has generated 32 concrete outputs (eight of which are recognized as standards) with over 100 documented adoption cases.