Workshop: Open science – Sharing your articles and your data

Open science aims to make scientific research objects, for example publications, data and software, freely available as widely as possible. Sharing articles or publications openly helps disseminate research results and can increase the impact of the work. 

This workshop will give a brief introduction to the concept of open science, after which we will focus on how to share articles and data. We will cover concepts such as preprint and parallel publishing and the role of peer review. For research data, we will cover concepts including how to prepare data for sharing, identifying suitable repositories, and considerations for sensitive data from humans.

This workshop is a collaboration between KIB and Gustav Nilsonne, a researcher in neuroscience and meta-science at KI. Gustav is also associated with the KI Research Data Office and Swedish National Data Service, SND, working to develop a structure of support for sharing research data openly.

This workshop is for doctoral students and researchers at KI. You must have and supply an email-address with the ending Register before 18 November.

Instructions: A link will be sent to all registered students a few days before the workshop takes place; this link will enable you to enter the online classroom at the appointed time.

The workshop is held in English (but we also speak Swedish). 

Questions? Contact Katarina Amcoff,

20 November
9:00 - 12:00
Friday, 20 November, 2020 - 09:00