Practical Open Science tips for download III

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


You want to build up your Open Science muscle step by step? Then here’s a little training schedule for you. We have prepared 20 work sheets for you, depending on how much time you want to invest every week. Spend 5, 20, 45 or 60 minutes to raise your digital visibility.

The work sheets at a glance:

  • Work sheet 1: Increase your visibility. How your peers and funders can see you better
  • Work sheet 2: Improve research with preregistration. How you can document decisions systematically
  • Work sheet 3: Accelerate publication with an ORCID ID. How to save time through automating standard information
  • Work sheet 4: Make your data sustainable. How to upload your data into an online repository
  • Work sheet 5: Linking paper and analysis efficiently. How to organise your research from the beginning
  • Work sheet 6: Make your preprint accessible. How you can present your preprint to your peers
  • Work sheet 7: Becoming visible through transparent data. How to publish your research data
  • Work sheet 8: Open Science as a catalyst for your career in research. Where you can communicate your openness
  • Work sheet 9: Opening up space for exciting collaboration.  How you can invite others to an Open Science collaboration
  • Work sheet 10: Publishing insignificant findings. How to save time, money and your nerves with preregistration
  • Work sheet 11: Practising elevator pitches for networking at conferences. How to practise your pitch with family & friends
  • Work sheet 12: More visibility after conferences. How to extend your visibility beyond the actual event
  • Work sheet 13: Anonymising datasets. Tips for anonymising your data
  • Work sheet 14: Getting credits for datasets.  The data archives economists should know about
  • Work sheet 15: Efficient knowledge transfer. Questions you should clarify before your next presentation
  • Work sheet 16: Talking understandably is the key for dialogue. How to make your texts understandable
  • Work sheet 17: Digital teaching for all. Which licence do you need to make your teaching materials reusable
  • Work sheet 18: Presenting coding skills. How to get started with GitHub
  • Work sheet 19: What are the FAIR principles. Metadata standards explained briefly
  • Work sheet 20: Publishing in Open Access. Two approaches for publishing in Open Access

All work sheets compiled here for free download


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