Odile Hologne is the Head of the department for Open Science of the French research institute for agriculture, food and environment – www.inrae.fr/en , supporting open science practices (publication, data and e-infrastructures, citizen sciences …) .
For several years she has been involved in the dissemination of scientific knowledge by being responsible for publishing or research libraries activities and since 2011 she has been involved in various initiatives for the sharing of research data whether at the international level (RDA , GOFAIR, etc.), European level (member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Open Research Europe article publication platform of the European Commission, coordination and participation in EOSC projects and working groups) or national level within the framework of the national committee for open science.
Presentation: INRAE's Open Science Strategy and Data Governance Policy
For more many years INRAE has been engaged in the development of open science practices. Dealing with societal issues that affect agriculture, food and the environment, INRAE's core research areas require concerted action by many people, researchers across diverse disciplines and also citizens engagement. This means creating and using many kinds of knowledge, from beyond the borders of a single lab or country. To this end, INRAE has used open science to support its scientific strategy and strengthen its leadership position internationally. In 2020 a directorate for Open Science was created to help to define the open science and data governance policies of the institute and to accompany the transformation of researchers practices by developing services, tools, training ... in all the dimensions of open science : opening research processes and results. This talk will be focused on the process to elaborate the policies, their main goals and actions, especially to support FAIR data sharing.