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The ORION project will develop training content for researchers and professional staff at funding agencies on RRI and Open Science concepts, practices and tools.

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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 aim to provide training in RRI and Open Science concepts and tools, and show how these can be applied in fundamental research and funding processes and decisions. Find our training materials here.

If you are interested in hosting an Open Science training workshop please contact: orion@mdc-berlin.de.

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ORION Training has gone digital, read about the ORION MOOC for Open Science in the Life Sciences here.

 

 

 

 

Trainers:

Luiza BengtssonDr. Luiza Bengtsson, Public Engagement and Knowledge Exchange Officer, MDC

WP4 Leader for Training in ORION

 

 Emma HarrisDr Emma Harris, Project Manager/Training Developer, Communications Department, MDC

WP4 Training Developer for ORION

 

Zoe IngramZoe Ingram, Education Specialist

WP4 Training Analysis

 

The European Commission has pledged its support to improve accessibility and openness in science, but what does this mean for Research Funders? In this training session, organized by the ORION Open Science H2020 project, the concepts of Open Science will be explained and explored. This interactive workshop will allow participants...

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Read an article about this event here . Luiza Bengtsson and Emma Harris have been accepted to do a meet-up session at Re:publica a large digital culture conference (9,000 attendees last year). ‘Doctor, Doctor, Where is my Digital Diagnosis?’ will be a collaboration with Prof. Uwe Ohler, a Systems Biologist...

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