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New podcast: Open Science Bites

20 March 2023

Dive into the fascinating world of open science with the all-new podcast ‘Open Science Bites’ brought to you by the University of Groningen.

10-minute episodes

Academics reveal their personal ‘open’ journeys and offer hands-on insights on open practices in their research and teaching. A series of short episodes - each no longer than 10 minutes - focuses on one specific open science practice.

Open Science Bites - The UG Open Science Podcast
Open Science Bites - The UG Open Science Podcast
Three views on open education

Season 1 focuses on open education. It features first-hand accounts by UG academics Anoek Sluiter-Oerlemans (Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences), Sander van Lanen (Faculty of Spatial Sciences) and Rashid Gabdulhakov (Faculty of Arts).

Anoek Sluiter-Oerlemans, Assistant Professor in Youth Studies, recently decided to start implementing open educational resources. She involved students in co-creating teaching material for a course on research methods for the MA programmes in Youth, Society and Policy and Deafblindness.

Whether you're a researcher, teacher, student, or simply interested in the world of research and teaching, this podcast is for you. Join us as we delve into the exciting and rapidly evolving world of open science.

Open Science Bites is produced by the University of Groningen Library, with technical support by Wim Brons. The podcast is part of the Open Science Programme.

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