A report detailing the outcomes of the project and its impact. It will be written in a ‘journalistic’ style and aims to communicate the impact of the project to wider stakeholder communities and the general public.
A report on the global “picture” of e-Infrastructures and how developments within our project interoperate with other initiatives worldwide.
The DEP and CoC will be elaborated in the very early stages of the project to further detail the Sci-GaIA dissemination, exploitation and communication activities
This report will compile the outcomes of the events organised by the project during its second year. It will include proceedings, attendee list, press clippings, and the results of the M&E questionnaire. The reports concerning the Final Conference and the face-to-face User Forum will be included in this deliverable.
This deliverable will contain a description of the web-based User Forum and its activities in the over the course of the project. The conference proceedings of the User Forum event will be included in the report of the Final Conference that will be prepared in WP4.
A report detailing the project progress and financial reporting in the first year. It will detail the progress of work, the use of resources, possible areas of concern, etc.
The planned data management of the project as required by the limited pilot action on open access to research data in Horizon 2020. The Data Management Plan will use the DMP Template as specified in the “Guidelines on Data Management in Horizon 2020”.
A guide to show (i) how NRENs can set up and support e-Infrastructure services such as Certification Authorities, Identity Federations, Open Access Document & Data Repositories and support for Science Gateway hosting and (ii) how CoPs can set up their own Science Gateways and install software, data, sensor and computing services to serve the needs of their community. This will also provide off-the-shelf educational module with an African context that lecturers and trainers can use to base their own courses on. It will contain recommended reading, lecture content and suggestions for assessment and project work for students. Material will also be tailored for “spot” lectures to show the value of Science Gateways for African CoPs and will be geared to “speak” to African students and interested parties on the value of these technologies to scientific communities.
This document will contain the report of WP3 activities carried out by the various Tasks and the results achieved in the project.
The participation of communities in the TTA project-driven activities and the accreditation and pedagogical support to be provided to universities requires a set of rules and formalization. A report for the basis for such formalization will be delivered as a comprehensive framework to be used as a template for such activities.
This report will detail the CoPs that have introduced Science Gateways to their stakeholders as well as monitoring the impact of e-Infrastructures in Africa.
A report detailing the project progress and financial reporting in the second year. It will detail the progress of work, the use of resources, actions to deliver the final project outcomes based on any concerns raised in year 1 and 2, etc.
The final progress report will be delivered after a thorough evaluation and lessons learned on the implementation of WP2 tasks.
This report will compile the outcomes of the events organised by the project during its first year. It will include proceedings, attendee list, press clippings, and the results of the M&E questionnaire.
This document will contain the guidelines to install and configure a template appliance for the deployment of standard compliant Open Access Repositories.
Model for implementing e-Infrastructure services for emerging African communities that builds on the Science Gateways concept for the above areas. Uptake, training needs, management structure and funding needs will be summarized in a report aimed for scientific publication.
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