I gave a short presentation on “The how and why to Open Science” at the Pre-conference Biointerfaces International Seminar (BIS-2021), August 18-19, 2021, Switzerland. You can download the slides here.
Together with Prabitha Urwyler and Rashmi Rai-Rawat from actionuni, I organized a workshop on “Open Science: What it is and what it means for you as early-career researcher”. The event took place on 29 April 2021 and was open to all early-career researchers of Switzerland. I first introduced the topic of Open Science; participants then worked in groups to identify the structural conditions of their home university. The slides for the workshop are available on zenodo; a short report can be found here. The introduction on Open Science will soon be available as podcast.
I am giving a presentation at the UZH Summer school on “Open Science Identifiers” and will hold a workshop on “Open Access Publishing in the Humanities and Social Sciences” – slides for both presentation and workshop are available from OSF. See the UZH website for details on the program and speakers.
SNF OA ambassadors Nino Wili, Gilles Kratzer and myself organized a OA event together with the Graduate Campus of the University of Zurich on the topic of “Open Access in your research”.
- Gilles Kratzer, Dr. Melanie Röthlisberger & Nino Wili (UZH/ETH, SNF OA-Ambassadors) on “What is open access/open science?”
- Dr. Eva-Marie Lang (Hauptbibliothek, UZH) on “Support for Open Science at UZH”
- Tobias Philipp (SNF) on “Open Access at SNF”