Open Science Training
"Open Science Training" by Gwen Franck is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 4.0 International License, except otherwise noted
What we'll be doing today
This is not an Open Science Training!
What IS Open Science?
- Who is your audience?
- Identify their training needs
- Identify learning objectives
- Explore different formats
- Design and evaluate your own mini-training
What is your role as trainer?
Why do you want to give Open Science Training?
Who is your audience?
How can you reach them most effectively?
- all tools and workflows that make your research (processes and output) visible, accessible, interoperable and reusable
- Open Acccess to Publications, Open Research Data, but also Open Peer Review, Open Source Software, Open Notebooks, Open Citations, ...
Advantages of going open
- More visibility = more citations
- Allows research to be consulted outside of the university walls
- More and more a funder requirement
- More and more a requirement for tenure tracks and promotion
- Facilitates international collaboration
- Timestamp: digital record of first publication
Research is not only happening
exclusively 'intra muros'
Share your experiences!
What is 'open'?
Fifty shades of 'open'?
Where to find open?
Finding àpenly licensed content
Design your own training
- Audience Size
- Audience Type
- Knowledge Level
- Training Type: half day workshop
- Choose a topic
- Audience Mood
"Open Science 101" by Gwen Franck is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 4.0 International License, except otherwise noted
Open Science: what, why, how?