- Do you want to learn more about the main principles of the Open Science?
- Do you wanto to learn more about the practices of the Open Science?
- Do you want to get inspired by the most knowledgeable and influent experts in Open Science?
Are you looking for a free, hands-on, practice-oriented enjoyable training available anytime from your personal computer? You can attend the 10-Open Science Ambassador Training -module training course.
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The Open Science movement aims to open up the entire research cycle so that research designs, methods, data, and the results are publicly available. Open Science is a priority for the European Union, which is one of the main funders of research. Requirements to open up research products (publications & data, for the moment) are very common/compulsory in many EC grant applications, but not only.
Each module is made up of an online tutorial on the FOSTER portal and a webinar with an expert on a specific topic of Open Science. The modules specifically address Open Source
- Open Science
- Open Access
- Open/FAIR Data
- Open Peer Review
- Data Management
- Plan S
- Open Licensing
- Open Clouds
- Open Policies
Each module takes approximately 4 hours: 3 hours to complete the FOSTER tutorial and one hour to watch the webinar. Each module also comes with a light literature list to dive deeper into the topic.
- Module 1 = Bianca Kramer on Open Science
- Module 2 = Bernard Rentier on Open Access
- Module 3 = Barend Mons on Open/FAIR Data
- Module 4 = Jon Tennant on Open Peer Review
- Module 5 = Paola Masuzzo on Data Management
- Module 6 = Marc Schiltz on Plan S
- Module 7 = Ignasi Labastida i Juan on Open Licensing
- Module 8 = Karel Luyben on Open Clouds
- Module 9 = Jean-Claude Burgelman on Open Policies
- Module 10 = Bob Jones on Open Source