The Open Access Days 2020 were held online for the first time under the motto “Routes, Stakeholders, Effects”. Bringing their personal perspectives to the event, four colleagues share their highlights – from bibliometrics to open source tools, to transformation contracts and networking.
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Der kürzlich veröffentlichte Zwischenbericht zum Openness Profile gibt einen Einblick in die aktuelle Open-Science-Praxis und die dabei immer noch wahrgenommenen Barrieren. Wir werfen einen Blick auf die Handlungsfelder, die für Bibliotheken wichtig sein könnten.
The recently published interim report on the Openness Profile sheds a light on current open research practice and the still perceived barriers. We take a look on the fields of actions that might be important for libraries.
An electronic lab notebook ideally represents one component within an entire system of tools for research data management and is able to drive forward open science via the transparent documentation of experiments and the publication of data. What examples of best practice are there? And what needs to be taken into account when introducing them? An ELN Guide, recently published by ZB MED, gives comprehensive support.
we were talking with Beatrix Adam and Birte Lindstädt Introducing an electronic lab notebook (ELN) often represents the initial spark that prompts people to reflect on their research data management and take further steps. We spoke with research data experts Beatrix Adam and Birte Lindstädt from the ZB MED, who have recently published the ELN Guide “Electronic lab notebooks in the context of Research Data Management and good scientific practice – a guide for life sciences” (“Elektronische Laborbücher im Kontext von Forschungsdatenmanagement und guter wissenschaftlicher Praxis – ein Wegweiser für die Lebenswissenschaften” – link in German language); it discusses the […]
The index is part of the GenR theme ‘Open Science and Climate Change‘ for which there are two areas of inquiry: firstly, technologies and innovations for a renewable energy future, and; secondly, monitoring and understanding the environment and the effects of climate change. Join us over at the open pad on the CryptPad platform and …
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A list of general purpose tools for researchers compiled by Generation R which can be used with no additional learning other than standard user interface familiarity. There will be an advanced ‘Data Scientists 4 All’ Top Ten coming soon 🙂 This top ten index is part of GenRs theme Integrating Open Science Learning into Higher Education (Jan/Mar 2019). The tools …
we were talking with Lukas Galke Tools for digital collaboration are central to open science. But the variety of available tools is hard to oversee; building a suitable portfolio is complex. In our interview, Lukas Galke gives an insight into his project practice and explains criteria for selecting suitable tools. He is a research associate in the project “Q-Aktiv” (link in German) at the ZBW. The project analyses the dynamics of the science and innovation system and looks at research questions such as: How do existing science and technology sectors merge? Or: Which fusion of disciplines and technologies can be […]
The motivation behind the work is to help students and researchers in higher education with their study practice by providing them with the best free and open source — tools and services — from the Open Science community. All contributors will be listed in the blogpost and journal article. A vote for the top 10 …
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