OSCoffee: Your weekly sip of Open Science
In these times of working from home as much as possible, OSCU is starting with a weekly online meet-up for OSCU members and others interested in Open Science: OSCoffee (Fridays 15.00-16.00h). These meet-ups are geared to get to know and learn from each other.
You can use the following link to join the OSCoffee on Zoom:
https://zoom.us/j/461834482. The first time you do so, you will be prompted to install the Zoom app. Please do so prior to your first OSCoffee.
For the coming OSCoffees, please help us to set the agenda! In this document, you can indicate which topics you would like to see addressed in future OSCoffees. In the same document, you can also express your interest to host an OSCoffee on a topic of your choice. Possible topics are: tutorials on how to get started with pre-registration, hackathons to make your data FAIR and open, or share your experience with pre-prints. But it is also possible to just have an informal chat about Open Science in general.
We hope to see many of you there!
OSCoffee #1: Using Gitbook for your course materials
April 3rd (15.00 – 16.00)
“Are you scrambling to transition your course to a digital format? Consider using a Gitbook for your course materials. You can update the contents at any time, allowing you to add tutorial instructions or correct mistakes while the course is ongoing, without requiring students to download it from Blackboard.” hosted by Caspar van Lissa