Published October 20, 2021 | Version v1
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Open Science. Why and how?

  • 1. University of Vienna

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Open Science Workshop, October 20, 2021

Open Science means making research processes and research results - including methods, processes, research data and publications - as accessible as possible. This is intended to intensify transparency, reusability and exchange with industry and society.

In the workshop "Open Science - why and how?" on Oct. 20, the following questions will be discussed, among others:

  •    What is meant by Open Science/Scholarship/Research?
  •     For which problems in "traditional" science can Open Science offer a solution?
  •     What is the benefit (for me) of Open Science?
  •     Which Open Science practices can be used in everyday research?
  •     Which infrastructures and tools for Open Science exist?

The speaker Dr. Katja Mayer is Senior Post-Doc and Elise Richter Fellow at the Institute for Science and Technology Research at the University of Vienna and Senior Scientist at the Center for Social Innovation in Vienna.

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Funding

Open data practices in computational social sciences V 699
FWF Austrian Science Fund