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Open Science Workshop: Applying Open Science Principles to your own Research Online
Virtual Open Science Workshop: Applying Open Science Principles to your own Research
You can become a more visible, effective, and impactful researcher by sharing your research data and publications openly!
In this online workshop, you will learn the objectives, main concepts, and benefits of Open Science principles along with practices for open data management and open data sharing. You will also discover ways to apply these principles to your daily research and adapt existing routines.
This workshop will help you grasp the key principles of Open Science, with answers to questions like: How can researchers effectively store, manage, and share research data? What kinds of open access publishing are most effective while keeping your rights? How can open science contribute to the visibility and impact of research?
Finally, you will apply Open Science principles to your own research to increase the visibility and impact of your research.
About the facilitators
Nicole Will is head of Education Support at the TU Delft Library. She has adopted and adapted Open Education since 2009 when she started developing a set of online information literacy skills courses (from Bachelor to PhD level). Nicole’s focus is currently the adoption and implementation of Open Science and open education in particular. She is involved in the development of services, such as a copyright information point and an Open Textbooks publishing platform, to support and strengthen researchers, teachers and students in their daily practice. She worked also on the TU Delft Open Educational Resources policy (OER) to provide a solid foundation for open educational project.
Michiel de Jong is the TU Delft Library’s Coordinator for Open Education, which is part of the university’s Open Science programme. Michiel has been involved in open education at the TU Delft since 2018, where he contributed to the development of the open textbook publishing project. Next to open textbook publishing, Michiel is involved in a variety of themes within open education, including collection management of OER, community building with open resources and development of support infrastructure for open education within the university. He is also part of different Dutch working groups for Open Education, including the SURF Special Interest Group Open Education and the acceleration plan workgroup “toward digital (open) educational resources”.
Dr. Anneke Zuiderwijk is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. Her research focuses on open data, and more specifically, on developing theory for implementing infrastructural and institutional arrangements that promote open data sharing and reuse in specific contexts. Anneke obtained her PhD with distinction, received the international Digital Governance Junior Scholar Award (2016), serves as the Editor-in-Chief for the e-Journal of e-Democracy and Open Government, and was ranked as one of the most influential open data researchers worldwide (Hossain, Dwivedi & Rana, 2016). Anneke is also one of the co-authors of the reference book “The World of Open Data: Concepts, Methods, Tools and Experiences” (2018). She is the author of more than 50 publications and her research has been cited over 6,000 times.
- Tuesday, April 12, 2022
- 11:00 - 13:00
- Time Zone:
- UK, Ireland, Lisbon Time (change)
- This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.