In these crazy Corona times we all work from home, and therefore we connect less with colleagues and our community. Since this way of working will remain the standard for a while, the coordinators of OSCL aim to stay connected with you, and facilitate contact between members in a new online way.
Interested in what drives your colleagues to become a member of OSCL? And how they apply Open Science in their work? Below we interview OSCL member Ruthie Pliskin (from Social, Economic and Organisational Psychology).
Many people don't know exactly what Open Science is or why it is important. In a short interview, Anna van 't Veer explains her take on it.
Have you always wondered what it means to practice open science? Are you curious to know how you can apply open research practices in your own research? Or would you like to share your open science experiences with others?