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OSCoffee: Doing Open Science in the Humanities: From Public Discourse to Qualitative Data

Tuesday 7 May 2024
An open OSCoffee for anyone to join!

Doing Open Science in the Humanities: From Public Discourse to Qualitative Data

In this OSCoffee, Naomi Truan reflects on her trajectory as an open science scholar, first with data that posed no obvious issue being shared openly (parliamentary debates), then with more sensitive data that requires a more time-consuming treatment before going open (interviews). Beyond technical aspects, Naomi shares her mindset struggles as well as the resistance she may have encountered in her scientific community, with the hope that the questions she raises may be relevant to open science scholars in various disciplines and at various stages of their careers.

To learn more about Naomi’s engagement with open science, you can check her academic blog.

Naomi’s last workshop’s slides on open science for PhD students in linguistics are available here.

She also has published Open Educational Resources and co-authored several papers on open science practices: here an autoethnographic one, here one on open data, and here one on open education.


To join this meeting you can do two things:
1. For Leiden affiliated: Join the OSCL Teams, and navigate to the 'Open Science Coffee Leiden' channel; there you can join the live meeting. You can then also check-out the rest of the OSCL channels and interesting discussions of members. If you also become a member of OSCL, you can opt in to receive our newsletter and other interesting updates, and you will get a member profile, so other members can find you and see your interests in Open Science
2. Directly join the meeting from 16:00 onwards by clicking this link.

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