Welcome to Open Science Magazine!

Rethinking science together.


The future is Open Science.

The Open Science Magazine invites you to discover science in the digital age: new, modern, future-oriented. Every month we propose new perspectives, articles, podcasts and work sheets around Open Science to inspire you. Let us learn, grow and advance together.

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Drivers and obstacles for Open Science

A report by the European Commission

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Networking science and innovation

Mexican researchers explore new ways of thinking

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Open Science enables structuring and transparency

Susanne Adler from LMU about her Open Science experiences

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Newsletter

Stay ahead with the ZBW Open Science Newsletter!

Current trends, tools and interviews with your peers.

Interviews

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Open Science enables structuring and transparency

Susanne Adler from LMU about her Open Science experiences

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Qualitative business data opened up for subsequent use: A pilot test

Open Science experiences of Maximilian Heimstädt and Lukas Daniel Klausner

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Open Science promotes the quality of research

Oliver Genschow on his open science experiences

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„Ultimately, the implementation of Open Science brings benefits for the entire scientific community as well as for each individual.”

Oliver Genschow

Worksheets

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Increase the visibility of your own data

How can I give more visibility on the web to my data?

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Publishing in an Open Access journal

Two different approaches to publishing in Open Access

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The Fair Principles for research data

Explaining metadata standards briefly

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Practical Guides

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Finding literature with EconBiz

Gaining access not only to Open Access publications

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Practical Open Science tips for download III

The e-training plan for more Open Science in daily routine

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Practical Open Science tips for download I

The e-dossier for economic practice

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„The first step is that the offers are properly framed and every person finds the right level of entry or advanced education.”

Markus Herklotz

Articles

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Drivers and obstacles for Open Science

A report by the European Commission

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Networking science and innovation

Mexican researchers explore new ways of thinking

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Three highlights in the NFDI consortium BERD@NFDI

Legal advice, knowledge graphs and BERD Academy

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Do you have any questions or suggestions? Then please contact:

Dr. Doreen Siegfried

Head of Marketing & Public Relations
Editor of Open Science Magazine
E: d.siegfried@zbw-online.eu
T: +49 431 8814-455

Dr. Guido Scherp
Head of Open Science Transfer
E: g.scherp@zbw-online.eu
T: +49 431 8814-456