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Often, funding does not consider what should happen to learning resources and research data after the end of a project. Moreover, many of these resources are scattered on various small platforms or thematically free repositories that are not suitable for practical and effective e-learning (electronically supported learning). To meet the need for a sustainable and unified platform, the information system OpenAIRE ("Open Access Infrastructure for Research in Europe") has made the online learning platform OpenPlato available free of charge since 1 June 2022. The aim of the service is to make the multitude of scattered learning resources on the topic of Open Science available in a bundled, sustainable and quality-assured manner in a single digital location. Researchers and research-support groups are invited to share the educational resources they have created via OpenPlato.

More information about OpenPlato can be found at the following link:


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