Open Science: Sharing Your Research with the World (edX)

Open Science: Sharing Your Research with the World (edX)

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Explore ways to apply Open Science principles to academic work – including your own. Learn how to share your research effectively and responsibly, building greater visibility and impact. You can become a more visible, effective and impactful researcher by sharing your research data and publications openly. In this course, you will learn the objectives, main concepts, and benefits of Open Science principles along with practices for open data management and open data sharing.

Since research increasingly relies on software which is used to model and simulate, and to deal with the ever growing volume of research data, the course will also introduce FAIR software practices.

You’ll learn to establish links between publications, data, software and methods, how to attach a persistent identifier and metadata to your results, and methods for clarifying usage rights. You will also discover ways to apply these principles to your daily research and adapt existing routines. Finally, you’ll uncover potential barriers to sharing research and discuss possible solutions.

This course will help you grasp the key principles of Open Science, with answers to questions like:

– How can researchers effectively store, manage, and share research data?

– What kinds of open access publishing are most effective?

– How can researchers increase the visibility and impact of their research?

– How can the use of social media contribute to the visibility and impact of research?

– How can researchers be acknowledged for the research software they write?

You will apply the topics of the course to a variety of case studies on Open Science adoption, which you will then discuss among fellow students. You will also be presented with a hands-on guide to publishing your research with open access. This will help you to apply Open Science principles in your daily work. It will enable you to implement and benefit from the Open Science policies that are currently being developed by governments and research institutions.

This course is aimed at professionals. Those who will see the most benefit include academic researchers at different levels: PhD students, postdoctoral researchers, and professors; researchers working for governments; researchers working for commercial enterprises; MSc and BSc students interested to learn about the principles of Open Science.

What you’ll learn

– Describe concepts and objectives of open science

– Analyze and discuss benefits and barriers of particular open science cases, including cases from within your own region or discipline

– Set up an open data sharing strategy to increase your research visibility

Additionally, you can choose and learn more about any of these topics:

– Determine appropriate route to take when publishing an open access article

– Set up a research software sharing strategy and make it citable

– Identify the benefits of Virtual Research Environment for sharing and using research data.

Syllabus

Week 1: Introduction to Open Science

Introduction to the Open Science movement. What are the objectives, main concepts, and benefits of Open Science? This includes:

Discussing the traditional subscription-based journal system with regards to Open Access publishing

Practical Open Science benefits for researchers

Policies of important funding organizations

Programs on Open Data and Open Access publishing and

Case studies on successful application of Open Science by researchers from different backgrounds.

Week 2: Research Data Management

Introduction to effective and secure research data management, including:

Learning the disciplinary standards of FAIR data sharing

Evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of different data storage and backup options

Organizing, documenting, and adding metadata to research data to optimize the visibility of your data

Data archiving, access, sharing and re-use with the use of data repositories

Understanding the different copyright licenses designed to deal with open data

Dealing with confidential data, company restrictions, and third-party agreements through case studies

Evaluating a data management plan

Explaining how Open Data can be applied in your field of research

Week 3: Publishing Open Access

Here you will discuss the main differences between the open access and subscription-based publication model in science, and the main misconceptions about open access publishing. In this week we also introduce the creative commons licenses used by open access journals and self-archiving policies. You will examine how you can maximize the accessibility of publications in subscription-based journals, you will present your opinion of the open access publishing model and assess the ‘openness’ of the main scientific journals in your field of research.

Week 4: Choose topic(s) depending on your interests:

Increasing your research visibility

Here you discuss and formulate your communication strategy, describing and choosing your social media channels for reaching certain target groups. Finally, conclusions of this course will be discussed and we will reflect on what has been taught in the previous weeks.

Making your research software FAIR

Research relies ever more on software. Software is used to model and simulate, but it is also almost impossible to deal with the ever growing volume of research data without software. Software is used to read, record, collect and generate data; clean, filter and analyse data; present and visualise data.

This module looks at research software: software that is specific to a research field or research project.

In this module you will learn the role of publicly accessible software version control repositories, the importance of choosing the right software licence, how to make your software citable and tips on how to make it easier for other researchers to reuse your software.

Virtual Research Environments

Introduction to Virtual Research Environments (VREs) and multidisciplinary collaboration through VREs. Here you will find and describe a particular Virtual Research Environment, and analyze motivations for sharing and using research data through Virtual Research Environments.

Especificaciones: Open Science: Sharing Your Research with the World (edX)

Curso ofrecido por
Disponibilidad

✔ Disponible

Plataforma

Universidad

Impartido por

Anneke Zuiderwijk Marijn Janssen Michiel de Jong Nicole Will

País

Netherlands

Nivel, duración y fechas
Nivel

Principiante

Fecha

06/05/2020

Duración

6 semanas

Tiempo necesario

3-4 horas/semana

Idioma del curso
Idioma vehicular

Inglés

Subtítulos

Inglés

Exámenes y Certificados
Certificados

Certificado de Pago

Exámenes/Proyectos

Con Examen/Proyecto Final

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