Date: 
30 June 2020 - 09:00 to 11:00
Location: 
Amsterdam, Netherlands

 

The SSH Open Marketplace has been in development  for over a year now. A preference for the agile approach and UX best practice means we’ve involved end users as much as possible up to this point via workshops, interviews, brainstorming sessions and prioritisation meetings.

When we release the alpha version in June 2020, we’ll want yet more user feedback and engagement. And that's what this workshop is about.  We've arranged a two hour slot during the proceedings of the ICTeSSH 2020 workshop in Amsterdam. In that time we'll be looking to:

  • Raise awareness of how the SSH Open Marketplace can help researchers in their daily activities and  supplement the existing EOSC services
  • Collect feedback from the SSH research community on the functionality and content of the SSH Open Marketplace

 

We're also looking for official testers to try out the Marketplace beforehand and report back on the day. Click here for all the details and to apply. If you're selected, we'll pay your registration and travel expenses!

To register for the  ICTeSSH event and indicate your participation in the workshop, click here. 

Agenda

Time Concept Speaker
9.00-9.10 Introduction, what are EOSC and SSHOC and what’s in it for you? Connecting to end-user communities @ICTeSSH Vasso Kalaitzi (LIBER)
9.10-9.20 Opening up the domain of SSH services and tools; how can we connect technologies and researchers Daan Broeder (CLARIN)
9.20 - 9.30 What is the SSH Open Marketplace and what is it not? Laure Barbot (DARIAH)
9.30-10.45

End-users view on the SSH Open Marketplace content

  • An end-user journey on connecting to the SSH Open Marketplace
  • Content alignment with tools & services already in use and needed in daily life
  • Contextualisation: optimising  user experience & needs for training
  • Identification of services & tools not yet referenced in the SSH Open Marketplace

Moderator: Matej Durco (OEAW-ACDH)

Speakers: 4 SSH researchers willing to test the alpha release of the SSH Open Marketplace