Lunch & Learn Open Science

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Unsere Open Science Services starten am 25. Februar eine neue Lunch&Learn-Serie zu Themen rund um Open Science. 

Die Lunch & Learn-Serie bietet Angehörigen der UZH monatlich einen kurzen Einblick in verschiedene Aspekte rund um Open Science. Themen sind etwa Bilderrechte, Open Access Publizieren, Rights Retention Strategie, Research Assessment und mehr. 

Die Veranstaltungen finden über Mittag online auf Zoom statt. Sie beginnen jeweils mit einem halbstündigen Input-Referat um 12:30 Uhr und schliessen mit einer offenen Fragerunde bis ca. 13:30 Uhr

Hier können Sie sich für die Veranstaltungen anmelden
 


Programm

25.02.22 – Die UZH in der Open-Science World: Von der Policy zum Kulturwandel

Am Anlass vom 25.02.2022 präsentieren Manuela Höfler und Katherine Hermans (Open Science Geschäftsstelle, UZH) zum Thema "Die UZH in der Open-Science World: von der Policy zum Kulturwandel". Dabei erfahren Sie, wie die Open-Science-Policy der UZH entstanden ist, und wie es nun weiter gehen soll. Zuerst schauen wir die Resultate und Learnings aus der OS-Policy-Umfrage an. Darauf aufbauend werden wir mögliche, zukünftige Massnahmen diskutieren, die Forschenden helfen können, Open Science in der Praxis anzuwenden.

 

Präsentation herunterladen (PDF, 1 MB)

31.03.22 – Funder requirements and publishers' conditions

On the 31th of March, Suzanna Marazza and Anna Schwendener (CCDigitalLaw) presented on the topic of "Funder Requirements and Publishers' Conditions".

What is the difference between the role of the right holder and that of the author?, What are the different legal implications on these subjects of a publishing contract and of a license to publish?, Am I allowed to publish a version of my paper on the institutional repository before the end of the embargo? Which provision of the contract may I negotiate?
The goal of this workshop is to give a very brief overview of copyright, answer these and other questions related to the interests of the funders, interests of the publishers and possible conflicts between them and the author/researcher and eventually to find possible solutions.

 

Download the slides (PDF, 2 MB)

06.04.22 – Open and FAIR data

On the 6th of April 2022, Rachel Heyard (UZH) presented on the topic of "Open and FAIR data". Open Research Data has become a requirement mandated or expected by lots of funding agencies, research institutions and publishers. All data resulting from a research project should be uploaded on a public data repository and be FAIR. But what does that mean for the individual researcher? What about sensitive data, like patient records? and why is open data sharing so important for science? We will discuss those and more questions on Open and FAIR Data in this Lunch&Learn session.

 

Download the slides (PDF, 1010 KB)

11.05.22 – HI-FRAME – Measure what really matters: a framework for Open Science professorial hiring

On the 11th of May, Mihaela Falub and Karin Gilland Lutz (Office Gender Equality and Diversity UZH) will present on the topic of "HI-FRAME – Measure what really matters: a framework for Open Science professorial hiring". HI-FRAME is a project that promotes Open Science culture change and contributes to the implementation of the UZH Open Science Policy, as well as to UZH’s commitment to the San Francisco Declaration of Research Assessment (DORA) in the area of professorial hiring. From spring 2022, we will start to pilot a new hiring framework that includes Open Science practices in professorial hiring processes in several UZH faculties.
(HI-FRAME is funded by the federal program P-5 Open Science. – Project homepage: https://www.gleichstellung.uzh.ch/de/projekte/hi_frame.html

 

Download the slides (PDF, 686 KB)

08.06.22 – Open Access: Why, when and how?

On the 8th of June, Torsten Hothorn (EBPI, UZH, SNF Open Access Ambassador) will present on the topic of "Open Access: Why, When, and How?". Open Access publishing, that is the publication of scientific research output without associated monetary costs for readers, gained substantial momentum over the last two decades. We will discuss the roots of this development in the 1990ies, how it fits (or doesn't fit) into the classical publishing business and its envisioned impact on society. On a more practical level, current SNF policies will be briefly reviewed.

Veranstaltungen ab August

Weitere Veranstaltungen finden Sie in unserem Programm (PDF, 1 MB)und dem Kursbuchungstool.