Science 2.0 and Open Research Methods (#momo2019)

course duration:Self-study course
Instructor:Moving
Language:English
Duration:1 week
level:beginner

What is Science 2.0, Open Science, open research, open access, young scholars about?

In the MOOC “Science 2.0 and open research methods” young scientists learn to use social web technologies and online communities as research tools: to build networks, discuss findings and collaborate with scientists across disciplinary, cultural and geographical boundaries. They will understand that the use of social technologies in the context of movements such as Creative Commons offers completely new possibilities to publish, share, discuss and reproduce scientific knowledge and data. Mastering these social technologies and web-based tools will enable them to create scientific innovations and make scientific knowledge available to a wider public.

What do you learn in this course?

After finishing this MOOC you will...

  • understand the concepts of Science 2.0 and Open Science
  • understand the benefits of open research methods
  • get a broad overview about ways to make your research more open

How is the course structured?

In the MOOC “Science 2.0 and open research methods” young scientists learn to use social web technologies and online communities as research tools: to build networks, discuss findings and collaborate with scientists across disciplinary, cultural and geographical boundaries. They will understand that the use of social technologies in the context of movements such as Creative Commons offers completely new possibilities to publish, share, discuss and reproduce scientific knowledge and data. Mastering these social technologies and web-based tools will enable them to create scientific innovations and make scientific knowledge available to a wider public.

Who leads you through the course?

Franziska Günther

Franziska Günther

Franziska Günther is a communication scientist at TU Dresden Media Center. She develops a training program for data and information literacy for the web-based text mining platform MOVING.

Sabine Barthold

Sabine Barthold

Sabine Barthold is a sociologist and political scientist at TU Dresden Media Center. She is an open science enthusiast and designs curricula and builds online courses in Science 2.0.

Sabrina Herbst

Sabrina Herbst

Sabrina Herbst is a political scientist at TU Dresden Media Center. She designs MOOCs and researches the influence of open science on science and society.

Workload

3-4 hrs/week

Certificates

In this course, you can get Badges.

Organizer

MOVING - MOVING

Supported by

EU Horizon 2020  

Licence

Unless there is no licence specified, the content is licenced under

Creative Commons - Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)

Creative Commons - Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)



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