Many researchers and funding bodies are aware of the concepts of Open Science and RRI but going from awareness to actual application in daily research activities is a big step. For many, taking this step seems impossible due to real or perceived constraints of basic research or funding policies. To lower the threshold for application, we have provide training in RRI and Open Science concepts and tools, and shown how these can be applied in fundamental research and funding processes and decisions.
The ORION project has also developed training content for researchers and professional staff at funding agencies and research performing organisations on RRI and Open Science concepts, practices and tools. All training materials are free to use and you will find our training materials here on or website or you can download the material from Zenodo.
ORION Open Science MOOC for the Life Sciences
The ORION Training has now gone digital, and you can read about the ORION MOOC for Open Science in the Life Sciences here. The MOOC consists of six easily digestible modules which explores different aspects of Open Science and allow researchers in life sciences to gain a certificate in Open Science. You can follow the self-paced MOOC course on the Open Learn Create platform.
ORION Open Science podcast
The ORION podcast covers every aspect of Open Science, from data sharing to citizen science and from peer review to professional development. The podcasts will explore the good, the bad, and the ugly of the current scientific system, and what Open Science practices can do to improve the way we do science.
Listen to our ORION Open Science podcast now!
Get in touch with the training team at Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine in the Helmholtz Association if you would like to know more about Open Science training activities and materials: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The ORION Training team
WP4 Leader for Training in ORION
Zoe Ingram, Education Specialist
WP4 Training Analysis