Open Science is changing how scientists collect their data, present and share their research, publish their findings, reach out to other communities and the public and assess the impact of their work.
This workshop will serve to see where researchers could apply Open Science tools and practices in your daily scientific routines, creating their own Open Science workflow.
The workshop provides researchers and administrators with hands-on examples of Open Science tools and workflow examples across various disciplines and phases of the research workflow:
- Preparation, Discovery and Analysis
- Writing and Publishing
- Outreach and Assessment
Wednesday 20th September, 0900 to 1700
Lesesaal der Österreichischen Zentralbibliothek für Physik, University of Vienna, Boltzmanngasse 5, 5th Floor, 1090 Vienna
Researchers from all disciplines, research support managers and administrators
The workshop is held by Bianca Kramer and Jeroen Bosman from Utrecht University who started the “Innovations in Scholarly Communication” project https://101innovations.wordpress.com and are involved with Force11 – Future of Scholarly Communication and E-Scholarship https://www.force11.org/
This workshop is organized by the Vienna Principles Working Group of the Open Access Network Austria, AT2OA, Ludwig-Boltzmann Gesellschaft and Open Knowledge Austria.