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.
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On 14 and 15 June 2018 the 2nd Waterkant #startupSH Festival 2018 took place on the former naval airfield in Kiel. The Waterkant Festival was organized by Open Campus, StarterKitchen and the FabLab in Kiel and was attended by international guests from various fields. The sessions and participation offers were manifold; here we offer a short insight. #waterkant is one of the coolest #startup festivals in Germany – not only location-wise #Waterkant18 #AugmentedReality #gaming #greentech #mobility @waterkant_sh pic.twitter.com/CVuECcglln — Petra Dickel (@hochimnorden) 15. Juni 2018 Open Data, Science Communication and Culture App Sven Thomsen, CIO of the State Chancellery of […]
11 June 2018: The Leibniz Research Alliance Science 2.0 launched the online platform ‘Generation R’. It is conceived of as a meeting place for the new generation of researchers that wants to shape the future of an open scholarly system in the digital age. The digital transformation of scholarly systems has a huge impact on […]
Training courses, training materials and incentives play an important role in the promotion of open science. In this interview, Helene Brinken from the Göttingen State and University Library (SUB) provides an overview of the activities as part of the FOSTER Plus EU project. What are the objectives of the FOSTER Plus project? The FOSTER Plus project funded by the EU aims to promote a cultural transformation in science that goes beyond awareness of the open science movement, and in which the practical aspects of open science can be implemented completely. Opportunities for qualifications on an institutional level and in a […]