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EUA Webinar: “Open Science in Universities: Implications for research and for doctoral education”


Open Science is changing the way research is produced, accessed and utilised, and new and diversified ways of scientific exchange and cooperation are constantly emerging. This webinar will feature, first, an overview of the policy work of EUA’s Expert Group on Science 2.0/Open Science, and it will discuss, second, the integration of Open Science in doctoral programmes, presenting the strategy of the University of Liège.

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29 March 2017

  • Open Science is changing the way research is produced, accessed and utilised. New and diversified ways of scientific exchange and cooperation are constantly emerging. The implications for researchers and doctoral candidates are currently under intense discussion. This webinar aims to present and discuss the most relevant issues on Open Science. Two perspectives will be presented:

    First, Professor Jean-Pierre Finance (Chair of the Expert Group on Science 2.0/Open Science) will provide an overview of major milestones of the Expert Group’s work since its inception in 2015, such as the EUA Roadmap on Open Access to Research Publications, and its ongoing efforts for a smooth transition to Open Science. 

    Second, Professor Isabelle Halleux (Director Research and Development, University of Liège, Belgium) will discuss the implications of Open Science for doctoral education. She will talk about the lessons learned from her institution’s efforts to integrate Open Science in its doctoral programmes. Adding to the practical insight of this presentation, she will be joined by the doctoral candidate, Simona Stirbu, working on ‘Geographical Sciences and Open Access: Best practices’.

    The webinar will take place from 14.00 to 15.00 CET.

    To view the agenda, please click here.

    Please click here to indicate your interest to participate by 24 March 2017.

    For further information and future EUA webinars, please visit this page.

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