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Future of the Barcamp Open Science: A Survey and What we Take From it

For a few years now, each spring at the Wikimedia Germany office in Berlin, we are hosting the Barcamp Open Science (#OSciBar). It is held in conjunction with the Open Science Conference. The main organization behind OSciBar is the Leibniz Research Alliance Open Science. (Learn more about OSciBar here: https://www.barcamp-open-science.eu) Since its beginning in 2013, […]


TIB at WikidataCon: Part 2

OSL participated actively in this year’s WikidataCon, dedicated to the sustainable future of Wikidata as an open and equitable knowledge service provider. In the second part of this blog post, we highlight TIB’s contributions to the conference.

Der Beitrag TIB at WikidataCon: Part 2 erschien zuerst auf TIB-Blog.


TIB at WikidataCon: Part 1

OSL participated actively in this year’s WikidataCon, dedicated to the sustainable future of Wikidata as an open and equitable knowledge service provider. In the first part of this blog post, we reflect on the core themes of the conference.

Der Beitrag TIB at WikidataCon: Part 1 erschien zuerst auf TIB-Blog.


Open Science Conference 2022 (Newsletter – Leibniz Research Alliance Open Science)

The 9th International Open Science Conference will be held on March 08-09, 2022. Please save the date. Stay tuned for more information here: https://www.open-science-conference.eu/ For this conference we invite you to submit an abstract for one of the following calls: Call for Speakers Call for Poster Presentations The abstract submission deadline is October 15, 2021. […]


Newsletter – Leibniz Research Alliance Open Science (Nr. 1 / 2021)

Around the research alliance and its partners Barcamp Open Science on Tour Two more barcamps around Open Science will be organized by our partners this year. Even though we would like to meet the Open Science community on site again, both events will take place online and participation is of course free of charge. The […]


Coding da Vinci Niedersachsen 2020 endet mit Preisverleihung an herausragende Projekte

Zur Abschlussveranstaltung von Coding da Vinci Niedersachsen 2020 am 29. Januar 2021 präsentierten insgesamt 10 Projekte ihre großartigen Ergebnisse.

Der Beitrag Coding da Vinci Niedersachsen 2020 endet mit Preisverleihung an herausragende Projekte erschien zuerst auf TIB-Blog.


Digitisation in Libraries: To What Extent has Corona Given a Boost?

The impact of the corona pandemic has been a huge challenge for libraries, institutes and infrastructures around the world. But to what extent has this crisis also proved to be an accelerator for digitisation in these institutions? We asked eight of them …

The post Digitisation in Libraries: To What Extent has Corona Given a Boost? first appeared on ZBW MediaTalk.



Science Barometer 2020: Starting Points for Open Science?

What image does the public in Germany have of science and research? The Science Barometer is dedicated to answering this question. We have taken a look at the results of the most recent survey from an Open Science perspective.

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Digital Trends 2021: Collective Displacement Leads to Relocation and Rethinking of Activities

The trends expected to have an impact in 2021 are mostly influenced by the experience of the COVID-19 pandemic. In this article, we take a look at trends like Liquid Infrastructure, In-Game Experiences, Digital Parity and Subscription Sharing that might be applied to library services, to libraries as working spaces or to the context of Open Science.

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