Open Science in 60 minutes (English)
|Dozent/in||Dr. Christina Riesenweber, Sibylle Söring|
|Anmeldung||→ Online anmelden|
|Beginn||24.02.2022 | 14:00|
|Ende||24.02.2022 | 15:00|
You will receive a Webex invitation on the day of the seminar.
All members of Freie Universität, Researchers who do or are planning to publish their research (e.g. journal articles, book, research data) or elements of their research process (e.g. software, methodes, reviews), staff who support researchers in publishing, library staff
Open Science means opening up various elements of the research process without legal, technical or financial obstacles. This includes, for example, the publication of research results in the sense of Open Access and the freely accessible publication of research data. But it also includes making research software, lab books, review processes or teaching and learning materials available. In addition, concepts such as citizen science and science communication are close to the principle of open science.
In this compact introductory session, we present the key concepts and contexts of Open Science and highlight opportunities to expand knowledge and skills.
- What does Open Science mean?
- What Open Science initiatives and services are available at Freie Universität?
- What guidelines on Open Science exist in Berlin, nationally, and from important (international) funding organizations?
- What other service are there to promote Open Sciences?