Open Science MOOC: Module 1 – Open Principles is live! #openscience @OpenScienceMOOC @eliademy

Module 1 of the Open Science MOOC is totally SELF-PACED, …

Rationale: To innovate in a field frequently implies moving against prevailing trends and cultural inertia. Open Science is no different. No matter how convinced you are, you will come across resistance from peers and colleagues, and the best defence is strong personal conviction that what you are doing may not be perfect now, but is the right decision in the long run. This module will introduce the guiding principles of the ‘open movement’, the different actors involved, and the impact that they are having.

Learning outcomes

  • You will be able to describe the ethical, legal, social, economic, and research impact arguments for and against Open Science.
  • After deciding which platforms/tools/services are most useful for themselves and their community, you will develop a personal profile for showcasing your research profile and outputs.
  • After reflecting on the status of Open Science within your research group or lab, you will devise concrete ways to locally improve open practices.
  • Using the guidelines published by their research laboratories, departments, or institutes, you will identify the policies for career progression and assessment, publishing and open access, data sharing, and intellectual property.

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