Slides – Connecting the actors

On November 21st we welcomed over 70 participants to the Open Science conference: “Connecting the actors”.

You can find the presentations here:

Pitches: Best practices in Open Access training
UAntwerp: YUFE open science label  Martijn Van Roie
VUB: Tools for supporting the researcherLucy Amez
ULB: Organizing webinars for researchers to share experienceFrançoise Vandooren
UGent: Community of Practice for Training Coordinators: an informal network to share training experiences
Join the Community of practice:
Emilie Hermans
UHasselt: Support for researchers at UHasseltEline Schoeters
ULiège: ORBi update: improving the publication repositoryPascale Renders
KU Leuven: Open Access support at KU LeuvenHanne Heirman

How to Establish a network of Data AmbassadorsJudith Biernaux (ULiège)
Sarah Zahreddine (ULB) Céline Thillou (UMons)
FRDN: mutual learning in a network of data stewardsJoke Meeus (FWO), Tessa Acar (FWO)
Roundtable – Working together to create Open Data solutions
KU Leuven RDR: implementation of an institutional research data repository to enable FAIR data publicationDieuwertje Bloemen (KULeuven)
M-QTOS : A platform for harvesting research metadata from open data repositories of French-speaking institutions.Yves Deville (UCLouvain)
How do you maximize curation benefits if your institution doesn’t have its own institutional repository?Kevin Leonard, Evelien Dhollander (UGent)
Test the Open Access Game:

– Information on Openscientometer: gameplay, moderation, reuse and remix
Information, tutorial and instructions on the Open Access board game
– More information on the French version of the Open Access board game: Jeu Libérez la science! Version belge
Christophe Dony

Rudi Baccarne and Martijn van Roie

Françoise Vandooren

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