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Orcid.org

ORCID, a persistent identifier for researchers

Date:27 August 2021
Author:Leon ter Schure
An ORCID iD is a persistent identifier designed especially for researchers. Maintaining and using an ORCID iD will not only help you to receive recognition for your work, you also contribute to creating an open and robust research infrastructure. 
Rose Harris-Birtill

An interview with Dr Rose Harris-Birtill from the Open Library of Humanities

Date:06 April 2020
Dr Rose Harris-Birtill serves as Managing Editor across the Open Library of Humanities platform of 28 Open Access scholarly journals, and Editor of its flagship journal OLH, based at Birkbeck, University of London. In this interview, she discusses the benefits and challenges of open access publishing in the humanities and describes the publishing model of the Open Library of the Humanities.
Marcel Knöchelmann (photo: private)

Open Humanities: Why Open Science in the Humanities is not Enough

Date:20 March 2020
Author:Marcel Knöchelmann
Open science has become a catch all term to describe the many different ways in which digital networked communication technologies have opened and begun to transform research and scholarship across different disciplines, even those outside of the sciences. Whilst this term has been useful, Marcel Knöchelmann argues that for the humanities to successfully adopt digital technologies, rather than have them imposed upon them, they need to develop an independent open humanities discourse.
Ineke Wessel

Open science can enhance research quality and collaboration

Date:10 February 2020
Author:Giulia Trentacosti
“Whenever I make something open – be it my data or methodology – I am always a bit nervous before I click the button." Interview with Dr Ineke Wessel, associate professor in Experimental Psychopathology at the Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences.
Stefania Barzeva and Yoram Kunkels receive the first SHARE Open Science Award

The first SHARE Open Science Award

Date:06 January 2020
On 14 November 2019, Research Institute SHARE organized its yearly Research Day around the theme of IMPACT. One of the highlights of the day was the presentation of the first SHARE Open Science Award.
Open Science symposium UG

Recap: Open Science symposium at the UG

Date:12 December 2019
During this year’s International Open Access Week, the UG University Library organized a symposium on Open Science Research Practices. Open Science is about improving the way in which we do science and about moving towards a more open and inclusive research culture.
Canan Çakirlar

Open science means inclusivity

Date:11 June 2019
Author:Giulia Trentacosti
We interviewed Dr Canan Çakirlar, assistant professor of Zooarcheology at the Faculty of Arts. Canan explains what open science means in archaeology and what the benefits of adopting open research practices are in her field.
Marian Joëls

Openness benefits our research and society

Date:19 February 2019
Author:Giulia Trentacosti
Marian Joëls, Professor of Neurosciences and Dean and board member of the UMCG, discusses her take on open science, research evaluation and her vision for the future of the UMCG.
Martijn Wieling

How can universities support open science?

Date:17 October 2018
Author:Giulia Trentacosti
Martijn Wieling, Associate Professor of Computational Linguistics and Vice-chairman of the Dutch Young Academy, talks about why he thinks open access, open data and open source are the way forward in academic research.
The National Plan Open Science, dean, open access, open science, open access journals, FAIR

Three questions for Kees Aarts on The National Plan Open Science

Date:21 March 2017
'In order to get things moving, high ambitions are essential.' This is what Kees Aarts, dean of the Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences, puts forward, when asked about the ambition of 100% open access in the National Plan Open Science.
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