TU Delft Open Science
First keynotes OE Global announced
The first keynote speakers for OE Global 2018 have been confirmed. Erin McKiernan will speak about the intersection of open research and open education. Vincent Zimmer will talk about the (digital) future and transformation of universities. OE Global 2018 will be hosted by TU Delft between 24 and 26 April 2018.
Read the ‘National Plan and You’ report
The first national meeting on Open Science for researchers on 29 May 2017 was a great opportunity for researchers working in the Netherlands to give their opinion on the goals of the Dutch ‘National Plan Open Science’. Researchers had the chance to let politicians, funders and administrators know what researchers really need to make Open Science work for them.
Where is ‘open’ taking us?
On 31 March, a lively debate took place during the Open Science Seminar, hosted by TU Delft in occasion of this Year of Open. The seminar provided a forum for TU Delft instructors and researcher to look at openness through the entire science cycle and to reflect on what circulating knowledge by sharing, reusing and collaborating meant to them in their daily jobs.
What do you think about ‘openness’?
What do you think about ‘openness’ in education and research? Your input will be taken into account when organising additional ‘Open’ activities and contribute to the big canvas ‘work-in-progress’ drawing.
Dutch National Plan for Open Science
To realise the Open Science ambitions the State Secretary for Education, Culture and Science has asked a broad coalition of parties, including TU Delft, to draw up a National Plan for Open Science, describing the actions that need to be taken in the Netherlands to realise these ambitious targets.
2017: Year of Open
“The world is facing challenges that our university of technology alone cannot meet. At TU Delft, we see it as our mission to bring science to society, through Open Research and Open Education. This year, proclaimed as the Year of Open, we will continue to involve our staff and students in a discussion on the possibilities and opportunities of Open Science.”