The participatory web becomes increasingly manifest in daily research routines and fundamentally changes the scientific research and publishing processes.

The transdisciplinary Leibniz Research Alliance Science 2.0 examines the associated changes and contributes to establish Science 2.0 as a new transdisciplinary academic discipline.

Take a look at our explanatory video:

 

News from the alliance

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Integrating Open Science Learning into Higher Education: A GenR Theme – Jan/Feb ’19

The Open Science learning theme will take two approaches to the question of how to integrate Open Science practices into higher education. The first, will be to examine ways for students to get on board — using Open Science methods, using open source tools, or being made aware of how to get ‘more’ credit and attribution. …

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Digital Trends 2019: Which issues are going to be important this year?

by Birgit Fingerle In 2019, artificial intelligence will continue to be one of the most significant issues in technology; it will also play a greater role in the entertainment industry. „AI Entertainment“ means, amongst other things, assistance from artificial intelligence in producing music and films. The use of artificial intelligence in education is also going to pick up pace in 2019: Using this technology, content can be better adjusted to the learner’s background, for example. In this context, questions concerning the ethics of AI (“ethical AI”) are growing in importance. Once more, blockchain is one of the technology trends of […]


Workshop – How to make the most of your publications in the humanities? Discover evolving trends in open access

Am 21. Januar 2019 organisieren FOSTER und DARIAH-EU den Workshop „How to make the most of your publications in the humanities? Discover evolving trends in open access“ im Jacob-und-Wilhelm-Grimm-Zentrum in Berlin. In dem Workshop wird es um domänenspezifische Open Science Praktiken in den Geisteswissenschaften gehen. Ziel ist es, ein Bild von der sich verändernden Landschaft […]


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