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Joining the Dots: Berlin Open Science Barcamp & Conference

It’s no longer the case in Open Science that you are alone and having to work out questions for the first time. What the two events showed is that there are open models being put in place that others can adopt, such as developing OER and MOOC content in a research field, or embedding social consideration in research with the RRI framework from the FIT4RRI project. Having full open research life-cycles is still to be achieved, but we are no longer working in the dark. A report from the two events which took place in March in Berlin on the last days before lockdown.


Open Science Barcamp 2020

#oscibar | The Barcamp Open Science is taking place in Berlin 10th March. The barcamp dedicated to the Open Science movement. The barcamp features an Ignition Talk: ‘Scholarly publishing, a fast and slow (r)evolution’ Dr Birgit Schmidt, Head of Knowledge Commons, Göttingen State and University Library. A metapad contains the sessions proposed attendees, which so […]


Blockchain and Timestamping Posts

⛓️ GenR has started to use the blockchain timestamp with the new plugin for WordPress from the Netherlands based outfit Wordproof. It is a free to use service only released this June 2019 at the Berlin hosted WordPress Camp EU #WCEU.  The purpose of the timestamp is to prove the date of publishing by placing a …

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Teaching Impact is Key to Make Science Socially Relevant

Image: CC0, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knowledge_transfer#/media/File:Knowledge_transfer.svg By: Benedikt Fecher, Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society; Nataliia Sokolovska, Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society; Marcel Hebing, Impact Distillery & Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society Funders and policy makers increasingly demand that science has societal impact. This becomes apparent in national debates (e.g., …

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DH-Kolloquium an der BBAW, 6.7.2018: Fußballlinguistik in Zeiten der Fußballweltmeisterschaft – Aufgaben und Chancen für den Wissenschaftstransfer

Wir möchten herzlich zum nächsten Termin des DH-Kolloquiums an der BBAW am 6. Juli 2018, 18:00 Uhr – 19:30 Uhr (Konferenzraum 1) einladen: — Bitte beachten Sie die geänderten Anfangs- und Endzeiten aufgrund des Spielplans der Fußball-WM! — Simon Meier, Technische Universität Berlin: Fußballlinguistik in Zeiten der Fußballweltmeisterschaft – Aufgaben und Chancen für den Wissenschaftstransfer […]