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Open Science in 60 Minutes (in German)

Jun 18, 2024 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

In this compact introductory event, we will present the most important concepts and contexts of Open Science and show you how to deepen your knowledge and skills.

Open science means opening up various elements of the research process without legal, technical or financial hurdles. This includes, for example, the publication of research results in the sense of open access and the freely accessible publication of research data. But it also includes making research software, lab books, review processes or teaching and learning materials available. Concepts such as citizen science and science communication are also closely related to the principle of open science.


  • What does Open Science mean?
  • What Open Science initiatives and services are there at the FU?
  • What guidelines on Open Science are there state-wide, nationwide and from important (international) funding organizations?
  • What other offers are there to promote Open Science?

Target group
BUA members, especially researchers who publish research results (e.g. articles, books, research data) or part of their research process (e.g. software, methods, review procedures) or plan corresponding publications, employees who support publishers, library staff

Dr. Michael Kleineberg

The presentation will be held in German language.

Time & Location

Jun 18, 2024 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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