Making science more transparent, giving everyone access to research results, implementing open education, and stimulating more interaction between the academic world and society: the University of Groningen is committed to actively stimulating and facilitating these open science principles among its academic community.
The symposium ‘Celebrating Openness’ on 17 November highlights the many ways in which academics make their research and teaching more accessible and transparent. This year’s event focusses on ‘The role of open science in education and teaching’.
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This is a hybrid event; a livestream will be available. You don't have to register for the event if you join online only.
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