EORI keeps an eye on changes in the fields of Open Science, FAIR data principles, and others, and directs any interested parties to important updates:
- McGill University (Canada) is hosting a free “Open Science in Action” symposium on Nov 11th-12th, and the programme looks promising. It’s broken down into three sections: ‘Before you start’, ‘As you work’, and ‘Sharing your results’. If any or all of these sections interest you, then it would be worth signing up to! Remember, Open Research doesn’t have to be all-or-nothing: even a small improvement is better than the status quo!
- For a one-stop website for everything FAIR data there is now the FAIRcookbook. It’s early on in its development, but it aims to improve understanding of the FAIR principles and also explain how to actually implement them. Lots of material here, worth spending some time & understand how it works!
- This course, free on coursera, is great for improving your knowledge of statistics, and touches on pre-registered reports, Open Science, and even philosophy!
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