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Workshop: Forschungsdaten und FAIR-Prinzipien in den Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften

30. Januar 2020, 9-11 Uhr, Niedersächsischen Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Göttingen (Historisches Gebäude, Papendiek 14, 37073 Göttingen) Wie gehe ich mit meinen Forschungsdaten um? Welche Informationen, Werkzeuge oder Ressourcen benötige ich als ForscherIn im Umgang mit Forschungsdaten und wo kann ich diese finden? Was bedeuten für meine Forschungstätigkeiten die FAIR-Prinzipien? Diesen Fragen möchten wir in einem Workshop am […]


Open-Access-Informationen für alle – bundesweites Projekt open-access.network

Im jetzt gestarteten Projekt open-access.network erstellen und betreiben sechs Partner, darunter die TIB, ein bundesweites Informationsangebot für Wissenschaftler*innen und weitere Akteure der Open-Access-Community. Die TIB übernimmt wichtige Aufgaben bei der Erstellung von Informations- und Lehrmaterialien, bei der Konzeption und Durchführung von Online-Schulungen, bei der Erforschung von Open-Access-Lücken und beim Betrieb eines zentralen Diskussionsforums.


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

Around the research alliance and it’s partners Research symposium Open Practices in Education (OPINE) On 14 and 15 November 2019, the research symposium on ‘Open Practices in Education (OPINE)’ raised fundamental questions about Open Science, Open Education and Open Scholarship. The event offered the participants a forum to present their current projects in the context […]


Announcing New GenR Themes and Changes to Theme Scheduling

GenR is changing how it runs theme and having them ongoing as well as opening up to the Open Science community for theme suggestions. New themes that are already allocated for 2019/20 are ‘Innovation: The Open Science Dividend’ and ‘A Publishing Utopia’.

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Open Access Roadshow: Open and connected for everyone!

“Open and connected for everyone!” With this slogan, the Schleswig-Holstein university libraries invited participants to the launch event for the first Open Access Roadshow at the University of Kiel, on 11 November 2019. The diversity of the topics ranged from open science policy strategies through to specific practical examples.


An Open Energy System Modeling Community

The Open Energy Modelling Initiative (shortened to openmod) is an online and offline umbrella community devoted to promoting open energy system modeling and analysis. While there are no restrictions on application area, the bulk of funded research is directed toward questions involving public policy. As of late‑2019, the openmod has about 600 participants on its mailing list, with most of them being full‑time researchers or analysts.

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YouTube — Fix Your AI for Climate Change! An Invitation to an Open Dialogue

An interview with Joachim Allgaier on his recently published study on how social media platforms such as YouTube have become hostile to climate science. When you search around climate change on YouTube the results are 50/50 climate science versus anti-science Chemtrails conspiracy theories.

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Podium Discussion: Perspectives for “Libraries 2050”

by Nicole Clasen, Birgit Fingerle and Dr. Doreen Siegfried A podium discussion (link in German language) on the topic of “Libraries 2050” was held on 21 October 2019 in the ZBW Hamburg as part of the ZBW anniversary year. The panel consisted of Barbara Lison, director of Bremen Public Library and designated president of IFLA; Dr Ute Krauß-Leichert, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences; Volker Heller, chairman and management director of the ZLB (Berlin Central & Regional Library) Foundation; and Thorsten Meyer, chief librarian of the ZBW. The podium discussion was moderated by Nicole Clasen from ZBW. We have summarised some […]