Open Science for Arts, Design and Music/DMP

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Research Data Management / Data Management Plan of the project Open Science for Arts, Design and Music.

Last update:

  • December 2023, Iolanda Pensa (first document)

Attribution - How to Cite the Project and its Documentation[edit]

Attribution is provided to the specific authors and the project (with a link to the project full credits).

Terms and Conditions / Licenses[edit]

The project and all its content are released under the double license Creative Commons attribution license (CC BY 4.0) and Creative Commons attribution share-alike license (CC BY-SA 4.0).

Data are released under the Creative Commons zero license (CC0).

Context[edit]

Objective of the project Open Science for Arts, Design and Music[edit]

The project aims at supporting the Swiss disciplinary field of arts, design and music in implementing the swissuniversities Open Access action plan 2021-2024 in collaboration with key stakeholders. More specifically the project involves a network of Swiss schools of art design and music and it develops centralised and local services. The centralised service produces guidelines and solutions for a selection of case studies with the support of a legal team, it produces webinars and training for the local staff, it involves Swiss institutions in international networks and it triggers Green, Gold and Diamond

Open Access among the publications in the field of ADM. At a local level, the different schools involved notify case studies, receive training and coaching to support their researchers, teachers and collaborators, to include Open Access and Open Data (i.e. copyright management, open licenses, multimedia formats, reviewing processes) within students’ curricula and to negotiate with national publishers specialised in ADM. The project contributes to alternative forms of publications and it participates to international initiatives: it implements in 2022 the guidelines, in 2023 training and coaching, and in 2024 the negotiations with institutional, national and international publishers.

Agreements[edit]

"The project and all its content are released under the Creative Commons attribution license (CC BY 4.0); data are released under the Creative Commons zero license (CC0). Attribution is provided to the specific authors and the project (with a link to the project full credits)." (Project description)

Guiding Principles[edit]

  • Open by default: As Open as possible, as closed as needed
  • Lawful and good faith in the use of data
  • Transparency: inform about how data is used
  • Define purpose and methods: Research Data Management / Data Management Plan
  • Proportionality: only use data you need
  • Delete unnecessary data
  • Ensure the security of the data which need to be protected

Legal references and policies[edit]

  • Cantonal law (LPDP) under review * Federal law (nLPD) from 01/09/2023
  • GDPR
  • SUPSI policy related to the protection of personal data
  • SUPSI Open Science guidelines: principle of open by default
  • FAIR data principles and CARE principles

Documentation produced and collected during the different phases of the project[edit]

Working phase / Activity Data collected Data produced Issues related to ethics and privacy Notes
Coordination Reports

Administrative managements - contracts, bills Slides for the meetings, recordings - meetings among the partners, meetings with the advisory board

Guidelines References

Existing publications related to Open Science in CC BY or CC BY-SA

Case studies produced by the partners

Documentation about research practices in the field of ADM

Analysis of a selection of case studies produced with the support of legal advice Guidelines

Training Slides from speakers

Documentation of training promoted by the partners

Recordings, text describing the event
National publishers Recordings - interviews with the publishers

Case studies related to 3 publishers Case studies related to institutional publications

International publishers Documentation about practices of publishers specialised in ADM in the field of Open Access

List of publications

Dissemination and communication Website of the project

Project pages in the websites of the partner institutions