Webinar: Introduction to Open Science | Wednesday 18 May, 1 PM CEST

18 May 2022

Early this year, IntechOpen launched a portfolio of Open Science journals, with a view to move beyond Open Access and support the changing needs of academics. 

In the run up to launch, we worked with our community and want to continue this conversation as we grow together into Open Science. With this in mind, we are launching a series of webinars to educate those who are inclined towards Open Science and would like to know more. 

Experienced publisher, Dr Sarah Greaves will lead our first online event, chaired by Dr Lesley Anson. The focus will be on how Open Science is the natural next step for academics and publishers who support Open Access, and how to open up science for the benefit of all. 

Dr Greaves will describe the growing set of practices, from promoting open and publicly accessible education tools, transparency in experimental methodology, observation, and collection of data, reproducible research data and re-analysis and availability and reusability of data. She will outline publishing practices and transparent peer review, how web tools are used to facilitate scientific collaboration and knowledge exchange. 

There will be time for questions and input from the audience. You can still register to join the webinar.

This is the first in our series of Open Science Webinars that will be covering different topics related to Open Science and Open Access. We are also planning to present case studies on different OS initiatives and strategies. We would like to invite you to share your ideas with us and suggest future webinar topics you would be interested in.

IntechOpen’s aim is to level the playing field for academics around the world. We believe that research should be conducted in a democratic environment with the use of innovative technologies and should be made available to anyone. 

The new suite of technology focussed interdisciplinary Open Science journals will be at the heart of the rapidly expanding research community driving cutting edge developments across engineering and human health, helping to shape and drive the scientific and technological advancements of the 21st century. Papers that align with any of the United Nations sustainable development goals will be clearly accessible ensuring compliance with the SDG Publishers Compact.

The webinar will take place on Wednesday 18 May, 1 PM - 2 PM CEST. 

You can register here.


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