Workshop: "The Legal Aspects of Open Science"
The workshop on Monday, March 8, 09:00-13:00 (online) is fully booked.
As a follow-up event to our Summer School, a virtual workshop on “The Legal Aspects of Open Science” led by CCdigitallaw will take place on March 8, 2021. Like the Summer School, this workshop is open to all doctoral students and postdocs of all Swiss universities, universities of applied sciences and universities of teacher education, as well as of all academic disciplines. It will cover topics such as copyright, Creative Commons licenses and data protection, and introduce the DMLawTool (Data Management Law Tool).
UZH Summer School on the Fundamentals of Open Data, Research Data Management, and Open Access
Zurich, August 24 to August 28, 2020
Are you unsure what FAIR data is, or how to write a data management plan? Are you wondering about copyright, or how to manage sensitive data properly? Do you want to know more about the various Open Access roads, and how you can avoid predatory journals? Apply for our Summer School, and navigate Open Science with confidence!
Skills and competences related to data literacy as well as data management have become indispensable in today’s data-driven research environment, both in the STEM fields and in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Furthermore, there has been a significant shift towards Open Science in most academic disciplines in recent years. This is also due to more and more funder mandates asking that data and publications be made available as Open Data and Open Access, with the aim to make research more transparent, collaborative, and impactful.
This UZH Summer School offers you the chance to develop skills needed to engage in the important fields of Open Data, Research Data Management, and Open Access. Through talks and workshops led by national and international experts, the Summer School will provide you with a deeper understanding of these topics, and give you valuable hands-on experience. The goal is to ensure that young scientists and scholars are aware of the opportunities, but also of the disciplinary challenges of Open Science, and of Open Data and Open Access in particular.
Topics of talks and workshops include:
- Open Data, FAIR Data, and the reproducibility of research
- DMP writing lab
- How to find a suitable data repository
- Copyright and licenses
- How to deal with sensitive data
- Preprints and Open Peer Review
- How to select an Open Access journal
- European Open Science projects