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Research Management I Transfer
Research is increasingly expected to produce outcomes that are developed for and with society, that are well documented and accessible within and beyond a scientific community, and thus, respond to social challenges and make a real impact. Open Science is committed to ensuring that the entire research cycle shifts towards openness, thereby advancing good scientific practice. Its principles include and range from Open Educational Resources (OER), Open Access (OA), Open Peer Review, Open Source, Open Methodology to Open Data.
Participants get familiar with Open Science core elements and practices. They learn how to integrate these practices efficiently into their own research workflow and how to make their work FAIR (findable, accessible, interoperable, reusable). In this context, participants reflect on what Open Science can accomplish in general and how it may advance their own research.
- Relevance & potential of Open Science, how Open Science can advance the own research
- Open Science principles and resources
- Brief introduction to Open Access, Open Data Management (ODM), exchange of best practices, Open Source Hardware
- Overview of commonly used Digital Open Science Tools (DOSTs)
- Guidelines and incentives for Open Science by national and international science authorities (European Commission, DFG, NSF, etc.)
- Comparative investigation of guidelines and incentives for Open Science practices by publishers
Trainer input, group discussion, exchange of experience und best practices, group and individual exercises. Max. number of participants: 15
The course is targeted at persons who seek an introduction to Open Science and guidance how to apply its principles to their own work. No previous knowledge is required.
Student workers are welcome to apply, subject to availability.
|Course number||FM V-5|
|Date||Mon, 14.02.2022, 9:00am-5:00pm|
|Scope||1 day, 10 working units à 45 min|
Participants receive login data by email prior the course.
|Tools||Videoconference. Participants who want to prepare prior the course are invited to visit our Praxisblog and our Wiki.|
|Fees||For employees, assistant lectures, registered doctoral candidates at TU Berlin and junior scientists at HU Berlin, FU Berlin, Charité, the course is free of charge. If you do not belong to these groups of people, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information on fees.|
|Requirements||Participants should have English language skills at least the B2 level.|
Participants should have English language skills at least the B2 level.
Participants please keep a laptop/ PC with video and audio function or a webcam and headset ready.
|Completion||Assuming successful participation, you receive a certificate of attendance.|
|Certificate||Applicable for certificate of research management.|
For registration, please fill in the provided form. In case of any content questions regarding the course or any organizational questions, please contact email@example.com.
Your binding participation is very important to us. On the one hand, our courses are connected with high costs. On the other hand, we plan much group work and work interactively with you. Hence, should you be unable to attend the entire course or should you be prevented from attending the course at all, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can allocate the place to other interested persons. In the event of multiple unexcused absence, we reserve the right to exclude you from further ZEWK courses.
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