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News on Open Science and Science 2.0 (Newsletter September 2019)

Around the research alliance and it’s partners Open Science Conference: Call for Poster Presentations and Speakers The Leibniz Research Alliance Open Science invites the research community as well as further important stakeholders of the Open Science movement to submit an abstract for our calls for the Open Science Conference from 12-13 March 2020. As usual […]


News on Open Science and Science 2.0 (Newsletter August 2019)

Around the research alliance and it’s partners ellow Program Open Science: Kick-off Event Wikimedia’s Fellow Program Open Science enters its fourth year. In September fellows and mentors will meet for the first time in Berlin to get to know each other and plan their work for the next eight months. Wikimedia is hosting a public […]


News on Open Science and Science 2.0 (Newsletter July 2019)

Around the research alliance and it’s partners The SprintCon On 21 October the SprintCon, the 1st convention for communities who create open books and knowledge resources will take place at TIBLeibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology. It is the pre-conference of the Twenty-First International Conference on Grey Literature (GL21). The aim of this event […]


News on Open Science and Science 2.0 (Newsletter June 2019)

Around the research alliance and it’s partners Barcamp Open Science & Open Science Conference: Save the date! The dates for our annual Open Science Conference and the Barcamp Open Science 2020 are set. Both will happen in Berlin as usual. Mark your calendar! Barcamp Open Science: 10 March 2020, #oscibar Open Science Conference: 11-12 March […]


News on Open Science and Science 2.0 (Newsletter May 2019)

Around the research alliance and it’s partners New research alliance project: Involvement of societal actors in the planning phase of large research projects The research alliance partners Museum für Naturkunde (Leibniz Institute for Evolution and Biodiversity Science), the Leibniz Institute for the Pedagogy of Science and Mathematics (IPN), and GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the […]


News on Open Science and Science 2.0 (Newsletter April 2019)

Around the Research Alliance and it’s partners   Open Practices IN Education (OPINE): Research Symposium The symposium OPINE is directed at researchers who work on Open Research Practices or Open Research Resources, or any related questions. It takes place from 14-15 November 2019 in Frankfurt/Main. Participants are invited to present ongoing and future projects, and […]


News on Open Science and Science 2.0 (Newsletter March/April 2019)

Around the Research Alliance and it’s partners Barcamp Open Science: Shaping the Open Science idea together Exchanging ideas, sharing experiences, talking about Open Science. The Barcamp Open Science is the ideal opportunity for this. On 18 March it took place for the fifth time and showed the huge need for an exchange on Open Science […]


Open Science: Recommendations are plenty – it’s time to start implementation

Open Science Conference 2019 in Berlin discusses broad implementation of Open Science in practice – participants from Europe, Africa, North and South America want more exchange among involved parties and more engagement from science funders Kiel/Hamburg, 28 March 2019: From 19 to 21 March 2019, the ZBW – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics and the […]


From Science 2.0 to Open Science: Strategic realignment and renaming of the Research Alliance

The Leibniz Research Alliance Science 2.0 was founded in 2012 with the aim of investigating how participatory tools and platforms on the Internet affect research and publication processes – initially with a strong focus on social media. Numerous projects and studies have been carried out under a main focus on “New working habits”, “Technology development” […]


News on Science 2.0 and Open Science (Newsletter February 2019)

Around the Research Alliance and it’s partners Open Science Conference: Tickets available You can still register for our Open Science Conference in Berlin. It is dedicated to the Open Science movement and provides a unique forum for researchers, librarians, practitioners, infrastructure providers, policy makers, and other important stakeholders to discuss the latest and future developments […]