Open Up & Share: Publications, Data, Impact

Content  

You like the idea of Open Science, but have a hard time finding your strategy? This course offers reliable guidance through the publishing jungle. We put the Open Science movement into context, provide an overview of various initiatives and platforms, and guide you through the process of developing your own strategy. The focus is on publications in Open Access journals, and on data sharing in suitable repositories. The trainers provide input, and group discussions allow you to see different perspectives and exercise making individual publication plans.

Learning objectives

In this course, participants will learn:

  • why Open Science matters;
  • how to choose an appropriate Open Access journal;
  • how to avoid predatory journals;
  • how journals differ in peer review practices;
  • how ethical guidelines should regulate publishing activities;
  • how to maintain copyright;
  • to distinguish the different roads to Open Access;
  • why data sharing helps to make an impact;
  • how to make data FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable);
  • where to share data.
Instructor   André Hoffmann, M.A.; Dr. Philipp Mayer; Dr. Stefanie Strebel  
Language   English
Target participants   PhD candidates of all disciplines.
Duration   2 days    
Dates  

18 May 2022 9:00 - 17:00h
19 May 2022 9:00 - 17:00h

Canceling deadline  

27 April 2022 23:59

(see Conditions of Participation for information on canceling after the deadline.)

Location   Online
Contact person   Eric Alms, Graduate Campus
ECTS credit   1 ECTS credit (has to be recognized by your faculty)