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DFH Open Science meet-up on May 9

15 April 2019

We would like to invite you to the Open Science meet-up in the University Library on Thursday 9 May. What is the current state of affairs in the field of Open Science? What are the practical implications for researchers? And how far are we with 'Plan S'?

Keynote speaker Wilma van Wezenbeek (the VSNU Open Access Programme Manager) will discuss the latest developments in the field of Open Science. UG Assistant Professor Rink Hoekstra will explain what Open Science means for him in practice, and UG Open Access and Scholarly Communication Specialist Gulia Trentacosti will inform us about the developments concerning ‘Plan S’. You will have plenty of opportunity to discuss these developments further with colleagues during the concluding drinks reception, and to see some examples of Open Science in practice at the information market. Come and discover the latest developments in the field of Open Science!

Location

University Library | Jantina Tammeszaal (1211-0428) Broerstraat 4 | Groningen

Programme

  • 2.45 – 3 p.m.   Doors open
  • 3 – 3.05 p.m.   Word of welcome by Marjolein Nieboer (Director of the University Library)
  • 3.05 – 3.45 p.m.   The latest developments in Open Science, by Wilma van Wezenbeek (VSNU Open Access Programme Manager)
  • 3.45 – 4.05 p.m.   Open Science from the perspective of a researcher, by Rink Hoekstra (UG Assistant Professor)
  • 4.05 – 4.25 p.m.   Plan S: the realization of full and direct Open Access, by Giulia Trentacosti (Open Access and Scholarly Communication Specialist)
  • 4.25 – 4.30 p.m.   Wrap up by Ronald Stolk (Director of the Center of Information Technology)
  • 4.30 – 5.30 p.m.   Open Science information market and drinks reception

Registration

Please register prior to the event using the registration form, and feel free to forward the invitation to interested colleagues.

The Data Federation Hub (DFH) is a platform for sharing best practices in facilitating research data management at the University of Groningen and the UMCG.

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