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Open science practices in different disciplines (6) - An interview with Prof Hanny Elzinga (Dean University College Groningen) and Dr. Naomi de Ruiter (Open Science Ambassador)

Date:27 January 2023
Author:Vera Heininga & Marjan van Ittersum
The University of Groningen sees open science as one of its priorities. But what exactly is the status of open science at the different UG Faculties? The sixth edition in this series is dedicated to University College Groningen.
Published dataset in Scientific Data

Good practices for FAIR data management (3) - an interview with Konstantin M. Wacker and Juan Armando Torres Munguía on ‘A global dataset of pandemic- and epidemic-prone disease outbreaks’

Date:27 January 2023
Author:Leon ter Schure
Part of open science is that researchers make their data FAIR: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable. One of the ways to do this is by publishing your dataset in a dedicated journal.
Dr Lilian Peters (UMCG)

Good practices for FAIR data management (2) - an interview with Lilian Peters on the COVID-19 EHR cohort dataset

Date:02 December 2022
Author:Jitka Vavra & Leon ter Schure
Part of open science is that researchers make their data FAIR: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable. We asked Lilian Peters and colleagues to tell us more on how they accomplished this for highly relevant medical health data.
Open access publication in the spotlight: October 2022

Open Access Publication in the Spotlight (October) - '#Detroit Music City: Analyzing Detroit’s Musical Urban Imaginary Through a Cultural Justice Lens'

Date:21 October 2022
Author:Open Access Team
This month we highlight an article by Leonieke Bolderman (Faculty of Spatial Sciences). She analyzes how murals can become symbols of both heritage and divisive gentrification in the context of the contemporary media city.
Taichi Ochi

An interview with Taichi Ochi, newly appointed community manager of the Open Science Community Groningen

Date:07 October 2022
Author:Marjan van Ittersum
The OSCG is a bottom-up initiative by a group of open science enthusiasts at the UG and UMCG. It aims to make research more open, reproducible and responsible. We talked to its newly appointed community manager.
Prof. Michiel van der Wolf

First book co-financed by the UG’s OA Book Fund published

Date:28 September 2022
Author:Giulia Trentacosti
The UG open access book fund helps UG- and UMCG-affiliated authors to publish their work open access. We talked to Prof. Michiel van der Wolf, editor of the first book that was co-financed by the fund.
Dr Clara Egger

Good practices for FAIR data management (1) - an interview with Clara Egger on the EXCEPTIUS dataset

Date:19 September 2022
Author:Leon ter Schure
Part of open science is that researchers make their data FAIR: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable. We asked Dr Clara Egger to tell us more about how she accomplished this for a dataset she and her team recently published.
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Open science practices in different disciplines (4) - An interview with Prof Panos Merkouris and Prof Lorenzo Squintani, Faculty of Law

Date:16 June 2022
Author:Giulia Trentacosti and Marjan van Ittersum
The University of Groningen sees open science as one of its priorities of the next five years. But what exactly is the status of open science at the different UG Faculties? The fourth edition in this series is dedicated to the Faculty of Law.
Dr Chris May

Moving to open education: Perspectives from Chris May

Date:17 May 2022
Author:Mira Buist-Zhuk and Martijn Blikmans
Chris May redesigned his first-year Biopsychology course using open educational resources (OER) and open pedagogy. Students of this course are the co-creators of their own educational material, which is shared openly with the world.
Dr Marlon de Jong

Making research data 'as open as possible and as closed as necessary' - an interview with Marlon de Jong, Privacy and Data Protection Specialist (UG DCC) 

Date:13 May 2022
Author:Leon ter Schure
Marlon de Jong advises UG researchers on how to practice open science while protecting the privacy of research participants. We asked her to tell us more about her role and the most important challenges of dealing with privacy-sensitive research data.
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