Working with the Zenodo repository

This course is held in the Czech language.

Annotation: Today, some researchers have to produce and publish data as part of various scientific projects, which they have used to produce their own scientific publications. Until all the information is "open", the results of their work cannot be published. A considerable number of public repositories, called repositories, already exist for the purpose described above. Zenodo is one of the most well-known of these and also the most commonly used, so the presenter will try to show the most common functions of public repositories using it.

Benefits for the attendees: All participants should be able to perform at least basic tasks in virtually any general repository after attending the lecture, which will help them to apply the principles of Open Science.

Level:  beginner

Language: Czech

Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of Open Science and FAIR data. 

Tutor: Mgr. Bc. Aleš Mučka, Ph.D.


Mgr. Bc. Aleš Mučka, Ph.D.

Aleš Mučka is a professional employee of the Central Library of VŠB-TUO and the first Data Steward at VŠB-TUO since October 2023. Bachelor's degree in Archival Science and History. Master's degree in History and Ph.D. in Ancient History. He graduated from Masaryk University in Brno. Mr. Mučka is also a member of the Data Steward community, collaborates with the National Repository Platform, and lectures at the Ph. Academy of VŠB-TUO.

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