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The focus of the new handbook is not spreading the ideas of Open Science, but how to spread the idea of Open Science most effectively. The form of a book sprint as a collaborative writing process maximised creativity and innovation, and ensured the production of a valuable resource in just a few days.
Bringing together methods, techniques, and practices, the handbook aims at supporting educators of Open Science. The result is intended as a helpful guide on how to forward knowledge on Open Science principles to our networks, institutions, colleagues, and students.
It will instruct and inspire trainers how to create high quality and engaging trainings.
Addressing challenges and giving solutions, it will strengthen the community of Open Science trainers who are educating, informing, and inspiring themselves.
- FOSTER Policy briefing 'Roadmap for Implementing Open Science Training Practices in Research Institutions' shows 3 key ways to support the transition towards Open Science and outlines 6 practical steps to be implemented by research institutions to support a cultural change.
- Contribute to Open Science MOODLE
- Earth Observation Open Science and Innovation, by P.Mathieu, C. Aubrecht, SpringerLink
- Why do Open Science & Incentivizing Data Sharing matter? Visit the African Open Science Platform to learn more
- Try free interactive Data Skills Training Modules (UK Data Service)
- GODAN e-learning course on Open Data & Research Data Management in Agriculture and Nutrition