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Open science

Courses

69990-E Open Science Doctoral Course in Moodle

This online course is designed as an introduction to open science principles and practices. You will learn the main concepts, objectives, benefits, and challenges of open science, as well as practices for open access publishing and open/FAIR data management. You will discover ways to apply and integrate these key principles of open science into your daily research life. After the course, you can become a more visible, effective, and impactful researcher by sharing your research data, publications, and research process openly.

The course is aimed at doctoral students in all fields, particularly suitable for doctoral students at the initial phase of their doctoral studies.

 

Managing and sharing your research: Incorporating open science principles and practices into your research process

This course aims to trace and ease the journey of your whole research process. You will learn both how to manage your research and how to share your research by applying and integrating open science principles and practices into each of your research stage. What services and support from the library that facilitate your research managing and sharing in each of your research stage is also enumerated. The topics that will be addressed include: research process description, measuring research and bibliometrics, publication strategies and open access options and solutions, research data management and open data, how to improve the visibility and impact of your research, open science principles and practices, and Hanken's research database Haris.

The course is aimed at doctoral students in all fields, particularly suitable for doctoral students at the initial phase of their doctoral studies.