Christian Pietsch runs the website Open Science Q&A at the University Bielefeld and held a session on the documentation of Open Science. He gave us a little insight in his project and his session.
Lusy from the Free Software Foundation Europe held a session on why only 2 women did propose a session here at the barcamp (vs. 10 men or so). We asked her to give us a little background and her impressions.
Astrid Orth from SUB Göttingen held a session on Open Metrics. We asked her to give us a little background and her impressions.
We talked to Peter Kraker who just moderated a session at #oscibar about how Open Knowledge Maps, a project to visually discover research. Here’s what his impressions were.
We met Asura Enkhbayar who just moderated a session at #oscibar about how to teach Open Science practices for Undergraduate students and young researchers. Here’s what his impressions were.
Open Science Radio is happy to attend this year’s Barcamp Open Science as well as the Open Science Conference. As in 2016 we’ve been kindly ask to participate and help documenting the events with our recordings. In order to provide you with a bit of background about this two events and this year’s focus, we’ve invited one of the organizers, Guido Scherp, to give us a rundown what we can expect. Especially with the Barcamp probably becoming more international this year, we are absolutely looking forward to meet some interesting people their and we would be glad to meet some of you there too. Registrations are still open, and hopefully this episode can give you some reason to attend too! Enjoy!
Update: in between yesterday’s recording and today’s publishing of this episode, the conference sold out!