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Knowledge transfer – how to make research results societally reusable (FM V-3)

WWB Area | Learning field
Research management | Transfer

Starting point
Efficient and transparent research processes make it possible to make scientific findings directly usable for the economy and society. The Open Science Principles for Good Scientific Practice (GSP) make it easier for scientists to optimize their research workflow and make results and intermediate products accessible to the various social interest groups in a timely manner. Reciprocally, this also gives scientists the opportunity to receive feedback and impulses for their own work at an early stage, which promotes and fosters scientific practice in general.

Aim
Course participants will be enabled to plan their research project efficiently to ensure interfaces and thematic exchange with societal stakeholders.

Content

  • short theoretical introduction to Open Science, FAIR principles of Research Management Planning
  • Reflection on the CARE principles
  • Stakeholder analysis
  • Contextualization and metadata
  • Established publication channels for different file formats and types
  • Open Research databases: data exchange, data citation

Methods
Our courses are focused on adult education and use participatory approaches. The trainer encourages participants to bring their experience and knowledge to the course content. Topics covered are supported by real-world examples and relate to the participants‘ area of research.

Prior to the course, participants can submit specific questions and their own presentation examples via email. Course content will be customized to meet the specific needs and requirements of the participants.

Participants will receive reading materials for discussion during the course as well as a summary of the course with their deliverables.

Max number of participants: 12

Course information

Course numberFM V-3
DateMon, 07.03.2022, 9:00am-5:00pm
Scope8 hours, 10 working units à 45 min
FormatClassroom meeting.
ZEWK, Frauenhoferstr. 33-36, R: FH1004
InstructorsJohanna Havemann
Course languageEnglish
FeesFor 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 wwb@zewk.tu-berlin.de for information on fees.
RequirementsParticipants should have English language skills at least the B2 level.
CompletionAssuming successful participation, you receive a certificate of attendance.
CertificateApplicable for certificate 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 wwb@zewk.tu-berlin.de.

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