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|Orion Open Science project||
ORION - Open Responsible research and Innovation to further Outstanding kNowledge is a 4-year project (runs from May 2017 to September 2021) that has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Science with and for Society (SWAFS) Work Programme. The main aim of the SWAFS Programme is to build effective cooperation between science and society. Open science is a core strategy of the European Commission that involves widening participation and collaboration as well as sharing research processes and outcomes to improve research and innovation.
|Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History||
The Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH) is the University of Luxembourg’s third interdisciplinary research centre, focusing on high-quality research, analysis and public dissemination in the field of contemporary Luxembourgish and European history. It promotes an interdisciplinary approach with a particular focus on new digital methods and tools for historical research and teaching.
|Digital Preservation Education Working Group||
The strength of the Australasia Preserves community comes from its grass-roots passion to share. Australasia Preserves recognised education and training for digital preservation as a top priority from its beginning. At its first meeting in February 2018 there was discussion around the idea of developing ‘digital preservation carpentry’ lessons. Throughout 2018 more discussion and activities revealed the importance of making sure digital preservation concepts were tightly coupled with tool experimentation. A survey to find out what people were interested in learning most was carried out.
|ODI: open data institute||
ODI offers courses, webinars and talks for those who are beginning to teach others about open data.
|Erasmus University Rotterdam||
Erasmus University Rotterdam is a highly ranked, international research university, based in the dynamic and diverse city of Rotterdam.
Education and Research
Founded in 1913, it is currently one the biggest universities of the Netherlands with a student population of 29,000 and a research community of circa 1,400. Scholars and students in seven faculties and two institutions work on global social challenges in the areas of:
As part of a large global network of academic partnerships, in strategic alliance with Leiden University and Delft University of Technology and in a unique collaboration with city and port, the dynamic city of Rotterdam serves as our laboratory.
|The Library Advisory Group (LAG) at the University of Essex||
Library Services at the University of Essex comprises 3 libraries located in Colchester, Loughton, and Southend with main services based at the Albert Sloman Library in Colchester. Our Library Services teams are based across all three campuses in Colchester, Loughton, and Southend, and provide access to educational and research resources, high quality learning environments and specialist support in making the best use of information in all forms. With live chat, one-to-one slots to meet librarians, and 24/7 access to online resources, the Library is here to offer academic support to help you through your degree and beyond.
|ALLEA Events & Publications||
ALLEA regularly produces a wide range of scientific and science-policy publications and recommendations, webinars and events responding to on-going issues and debates, in anticipation of upcoming challenges at the science-society-policy interface.
|DARIAH DESIR Winter school: Shaping new approaches to data management in arts and humanities||
The main topic is the evolution of publication issues in social sciences and humanities, in the context of Open Access, with the underlying goal of promoting open science through the question of open data citation.
|Virtual Games Workshop||
This workshop was a chance for research support staff to learn how they could design their own games using the Python programming language. The workshop used the case study of a game to help raise awareness of research data management, but the method would have applications in many differenttraining scenarios.
Games for research support professionals, Research Data Management awareness raising (starting with Python).
|How to Fail Your PhD||
How to Fail Your Research Degree was created to deliver knowledge and understanding of research processes and techniques, within the context of a postgraduate training programme at Glasgow School of Art. Development was in relation to the concepts of encouraging creativity and risk-taking within a safe game environment and of learning by (potentially) failing. Game characteristics and intended learning outcomes were defined, leading to game mechanics and text that emphasise player agency, working within a time limit, and humour. Evaluation shows that the game is highly successful at delivering the intended learning outcomes and is a memorable and enjoyable complement to the existing course curriculum.