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Celebrating openness: The Open Research Award event

21 October 2021
Open Research Award
Open Research Award

How can open science practices be recognized and rewarded? Which challenges and opportunities do researchers at the University of Groningen face when practicing open research? What role does open science play in the humanities?

Join our online event on 28 October 2021 to celebrate the many ways in which academics make their research more accessible, transparent or reproducible.

The programme will feature:

  • keynotes about Open Science in the Humanities by Dr Marcel Knöchelmann (University College London) and Dr Natalie Harrower (Digital Repository of Ireland)
  • examples of research data management in the humanities at the University of Groningen presented by Dr Jorn Seubers (University of Groningen Digital Competence Centre)
  • lighting talks about inspiring UG/UMCG open research case studies by the three winners of the Open Research Award
  • a panel discussion about recognizing and rewarding open research practices with an introduction by Professor Cisca Wijmenga (Rector of the University of Groningen)

Panelists:

  • Dr Flávio Eiró (Faculty of Arts)
  • Prof. Marian Joëls (Faculty of Medical Sciences)
  • Dr Marijke Leliveld (Faculty of Economics and Business)
  • Merle-Marie Pittelkow (Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences)
  • Prof. Mladen Popovic (Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies)

Chair: Prof. Tina Kretschmer (Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences)

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