Karin SandersPostdoctoral researcher
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Open Science monitor – share your opinion!
Why an Open Science Monitor? Within Utrecht University (UU), many places are working hard on the transition to Open Science. The UU Open Science Program therefore wants to know how employees experience this transition and whether their attitude towards Open Science is changing. Are they open to it? Do they consider it important for their…Read more
Wanted: interviews with epidemiology researchers
Enhancing open research data sharing and reuse practices in epidemiology Open research data sharing practices differ vastly by field. Epidemiology is one of the fields which may have lower levels of open research data practices compared to others. Research shows that despite the massive amount of Covid-19 related research published in the first five months of the pandemic, only 13.6% of…Read more
We are looking for new OSCU Faculty Ambassadors!
In the past two years, fantastic Open Science Community Ambassadors from each UU faculty have strengthened our core team. Today, we are happy to announce that we are looking for new OSCU Faculty Ambassadors! We aim to recruit four new ambassadors, one for each of the following faculties:– Geosciences– Law, Economics, and Governance– Science– Veterinary Medicine We are…Read more
The KlimaatHelpdesk was founded in 2020 and has since then seen a great uptake: 200+ questions received, #36 of sustainable Top100 by Trouw, and recently awarded with a NWO Communication Initiative Award. In short: a wonderful example of Open Science. High time for an interview! We’ve asked some questions to Daan Stroeken, Myrthe Leijnse and…Read more
Manifesto on Open Education: Interview with Sicco de Knecht
Recently, a manifesto on Open Education was published by Sicco de Knecht, Martijn van der Meer, Loek Brinkman, Manon Kluijtmans and Frank Miedema. In this interview, Sicco de Knecht sheds some light for us on how teachers can incorporate Open Science in their teaching, and whether Open Science is only relevant for future academics or…Read more
A new year, a new chair
This new academic year is a year of renewed leadership. The year got off to a flying start in the summer when professor Paul Boselie (UU) gave an interview in Nature on the clear-cut message from Utrecht University to drop the use of impact factors for all hiring and promotion decisions. It is a clear sign of…Read more