Open science: New requirements and new opportunities!
Welcome to a pre-Christmas breakfast at the university library, 15th of December from 9-10. Meet Kenneth Ruud, director general at the Norwegian Defence Research Establishment and former pro-rector for research and development at the University of Tromsø – The Arctic University of Norway (UiT).
Ruud will be giving a speech in two parts:
In 2020, UiS signed the DORA declaration, and, in November of this year, UiS also signed the NOR-CAM and the Agreement on Reforming Research Assessment. This means that academic achievements and research quality now need to be assessed on more dimensions than traditional bibliometrics and indicators. What does this mean for you as a researcher? What new demands do you need to satisfy, and what new opportunities do you have?
Open science is no longer just about open access. Funders and publishers now require you to make available the data underlying your research, if possible. Why is this important? What do you as a researcher get out of the work you do to make your data available in a way that makes them reusable?
About the event
The event is open for researchers, PhD candidates and anyone else interested.
Breakfast will be served.
About Researcher Breakfast
Start your workday with inspiring sessions while enjoying your breakfast!
- meet other researchers
- expand your network
- catch up on the latest research at UiS
- get useful tips and training
The Researcher Breakfast is a series of webinars/events aimed at researchers, PhD students and anyone else interested.
Hosted by the Research Department and the University Library.