Helsinki University Library will provide an introduction to data science in a webinar to be held on November 13 and 20, 2020. The webinar consists of two independent parts. The emphasis is on open publishing. Target groups are researchers, teachers and support services, but anyone interested is welcomed.
The purpose of the two-part webinar, Introduction to Open Science, is to give a basic introduction to open science. We will discuss basic terminology of open science, why open science is important, what are the central features of open access publishing and how one promote open access in teaching. The open access services of the Helsinki University Library (HULib) are introduced as well. The emphasis is on open publishing – research data management and opening data is discussed in the courses and workshops offered by Data Support.
- Introduction to Open Science vol. 1. Friday, November 13 at 10–12 am. Webinar Zoom link in Flamma (intranet).
- Introduction to Open Science vol. 2 Friday, November 20 at 10–12 am. Webinar Zoom link in Flamma (intranet).
Here is a list of principal topics at webinar:
- What is open or responsible science?
- Dimensions of open science
- Why open access?
- ABC of open science
- Self-archiving, Tuhat research portal and open repository Helda
- Gold and hybrid open access
- APCs (article processing charges)
- Open monographs
- How to find open access publications?
- Open access and science funders
- Predatory journals and publishers
- Publication forum (Jufo)
- University of Helsinki’s open access publication services
- Open teaching material
- Research data management
- Research visibility
- Social networks for researchers
- The future of open science
- Stay updated of open science!
Webinar in two parts, both worth to attending
The webinar consists of two independent parts, 1.5 hours each with 30 minutes for discussion and questions (you can ask questions in Finnish as well). You can attend only one lecture, but it is recommended to attend both of them to get a basic understanding on open science. There is no pre-registration – the slides will be provided.
Target groups are researchers, teachers and support services, but anyone in University of Helsinki who is interested is welcomed to join in.
The lecturer is Information specialist Markku Roinila from Helsinki University Library and additional content is provided by Marjo Kuusela, also form HULib. Please, send suggestions on the topics and questions to be covered in the webinar to firstname.lastname@example.org.