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Open science – how to make research more open

Interested in how open science is changing the research landscape and how you can have more open research practices? Join this workshop to learn how YOU can be as open as possible.

Time: Fri 2024-03-22 10.15 - 12.00

Location: Zoom – no registration

Language: English

Participating: Pontus Juth, Anders Wändahl and Mattias Vesterlund, KTH Library

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Open science is here to stay, but what exactly is open science? How do you want your research practice to become more open? This workshop is about what open science is today and can be tomorrow. We’ll start from the UNESCO Recommendations on Open Science  and we will be exploring some options and discuss what works and what doesn’t work for you and your research field. You may not want to do all the things that are mentioned in different open science programs and guides – but you can find a place to start and get some ideas about how to make your research more open.

The target audience for the workshop is researchers and doctoral students and the language is English. Doctoral students and researchers at other universities are welcome to join. 

No registration needed, just enter Zoom at the appointed time.