Open Science Series: Public Engagement with Science
Open Science is a researcher-driven movement in which the practice of research is increasingly transparent, collaborative, and continuous. It’s a system of inquiry in which research data, lab notes, and other processes are freely-available under terms that enable reuse, redistribution, and reproduction of research and its underlying data and methods. Broadly, Open Science is a discipline agnostic approach to enhancing the research process through the sharing of knowledge and methods, wider collaboration, and increased rigor. Each workshop in this series introduces a particular theme of Open Science and walks through several tools and resources to help open your own research workflows, regardless of academic discipline. Public Engagement with Science introduces a range of utilities for publishing and sharing your research openly and with the widest audience possible.
This workshop encourages participants to evaluate perspectives on Open Access including specific issues related to copyright, article status, repositories, and economics, and identifies a range of outlets available for archiving and publishing. Researchers will be able to identify and describe a variety of stakeholders and audiences and employ a number of methods for strategic science communication.
- Monday, February 11, 2019
- 12:00pm - 1:30pm
- Norlin Library