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Open Science in grant proposals and beyond

Cruz, Maria

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  <dc:description>Presentation given at the Open Science Coffee Utrecht:

OSCoffee #12 – July 3th 15.00-16.00
Open Science in Grant Proposals
Host: Maria Cruz (NWO)
Researcher funders play a crucial role in promoting Open Science, typically by implementing policies that aim to increase public access to scholarly outputs. These policies are often motivated by ethical, moral and utilitarian arguments. But what’s in it for you the researcher? This session will start by taking a brief look at what NWO does in the area of Open Science. Partly inspired by the paper “How open science helps researchers succeed” by Erin C McKiernan et al. (2016,, we will then take a researcher-centric approach in outlining the benefits of open research practices. We will look at examples of best practice and how to practice open science within the evolving academic incentives frameworks. There will be opportunity for discussion, and for sharing tips and ideas. Please come prepared to share!</dc:description>
  <dc:subject>Open Science</dc:subject>
  <dc:title>Open Science in grant proposals and beyond</dc:title>
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