As you might have heard in earlier episode we came up with the idea of trying to develop an open science curriculum (and teaching material) for the general concepts underlying the practices of open science. For kickstarting this project this year’s Mozilla Science Global Sprint, which ended today, came in really handy. And after two days of great with with a number of contributors from various countries and backgrounds we’ve made quite some progress. This was a great experience and as Konrad says in the episode, this was a sprint and what follows is the marathon to build on this and continue from there. So hopefully you’ll keep hearing about the project from us as we will continue working on it. If you wanna contribute, you are invited to join us!
For now, have fun listening to Konrad, Andreas and Markus with an introduction to the project and a short sprint report.
Shownotes: OSR053 Sprint report „Open Science 101“ at #mozsprint 2016 [EN]
Introduction to the Project "Open Science 101"00:00:28
Andreas Leimbach; — Open Science 101 @ Mozilla Science Global Sprint 2016; — Barcamp Science 2.0; — Barcamp Session "Teaching Open Science"; — OSR045 Teaching Open Science with Andreas; — AG Open Science; — Markus Ankenbrand; — CC0 License (Public Domain); — Project's Github Material; — Personas of the project; — Software Carpentry; — OSR038 Software Carpentry with Greg Wilson; — Git; — Daniel Mietchen; — Mozilla's Working Open Workshop; — Mozilla community Gitter chat;.
Learning of the Initial Project Phase00:09:50
First Decisions and Further Proceeding00:13:02
Survey results for the starting focus topics; — Open Data; — Open Licenses; — Open Access; — Research Cycle (example); — Open Science Facets;.