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https://www.nwo.nl/nieuws/financiering-voor-25-projecten-van-nwa-routes

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RDM advies & tips

RDM advies & tips | Onderzoek en informatievaardigheid | Scoop.it
RDM advies & tips How to Tackle the GDPR "Monster" Presentation May 11th, SURF Research Week SURF DRIVE with additional information Demonstraties van oplossingen Workflows persoonsgegevens in onderzoek Ethisch toetsing formulier - Tilburg UniversityPlaatje WorkflowsTilburg University - ERB...
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NPOS – Open Science

NPOS – Open Science | Onderzoek en informatievaardigheid | Scoop.it
NPOS Nationaal Programma Open Science De uitgangspunten van het NPOS vinden hun oorsprong in 2017, toen het Nationaal Plan Open Science werd ondertekend door een grote groep Nederlandse stakeholders. Het NPOS ziet Open Science als een brede transitie waar diverse partijen een rol in spelen.
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Genomineerden RAAK-award 2022 bekend - Regieorgaan SIA

Genomineerden RAAK-award 2022 bekend - Regieorgaan SIA | Onderzoek en informatievaardigheid | Scoop.it
Elk jaar reiken we een prijs uit voor het beste praktijkgericht onderzoek: de RAAK-award. Ook dit jaar heeft de jury 6 mooie projecten genomineerd voor de RAAK-award 2022. In dit bericht stellen we ze aan je voor.
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Seven new research projects awarded grants from the Academy Institutes Research Fund - KNAW

Seven new research projects have been awarded grants from the Academy Institutes Research Fund. The projects include those concerning climate change and soil quality, data availability and re-use, and manipulation of public opinion on social media.
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ZonMw verscherpt richtlijnen voor Open Acces

Onderzoeken en data eenvoudiger en sneller delen. Met dat doel voor ogen verscherpt ZonMw met ingang van 1 januari 2021 de richtlijnen voor Open Access.
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Open Science in Action Prizes 2020 | - McGill University

Open Science in Action Prizes 2020 |  - McGill University | Onderzoek en informatievaardigheid | Scoop.it
The Neuro Open Science in Action Prizes are an initiative in its second year from The Neuro’s Tanenbaum Open Science Institute. The Prizes recognize projects, services, tools, and platforms that unlock the power of open science in neuroscience to advance research, innovation, and its application for the benefit of health and society. The Neuro Open Science in Action Prizes will be presented at the virtual Neuro-Gairdner Open Science in Action Symposium taking place November 11-12, 2020. The Neuro Prize for Open Science in Action The Neuro Prize for Open Science in Action - Trainee The Neuro Prize for Open Science in Action Value: $20,000 as unrestricted research funds to the recipient or equally shared between co-recipients. About: This prize will go to an individual or a group of individuals who have demonstrated or delivered open science practices or tools that have had a demonstrable impact on neuroscience research. An application by a group may be made by individuals working within a single organization on one or more projects or individuals from multiple organizations working together on one or more projects. Eligibility: The prize is open to individuals or a group of individuals (maximum of five) working in academic or non-academic organizations around the world. The individual or group of individuals must be actively working to advance open science in neuroscience. Evidence of impact is mandatory, including but not limited to: indicators of access to and use of software tools/data or code repositories, number of downloads, number and kind of contributions to open tools (e.g. merged pull requests in GitHub repositories or documentation), number of citations, altmetrics (e.g. Altmetric or PlumX Metrics), industry partnerships, evidence of work to increase the usability of open tools, evidence of patient/participant outreach or co-development, knowledge translation and education activities, evidence of work promoting open data standards, and authoring or co-authoring open science guidelines and policies. The prize can be awarded in recognition of a single project or of a series of accomplishments driven by open-science practices or the creation of open-science tools that have had significant impact on neuroscience research. In cases where the prize is awarded to multiple individuals, the prize money will be split evenly between them. Equity, diversity, and inclusion criteria, including but not limited to whether the applicant(s) are members of underrepresented groups or provide tools and services to underrepresented communities, play a major positive role in the selection process. Early career status also plays a major positive role in the selection process. Entry guidelines: Dates: The international call for applications opens September 7, 2020 and closes October 7, 2020. The application package will be submitted by the individual or group applying for the Prize via an online webform and shall comprise: An application title, the name(s) and affiliation(s) of applicant(s), a short description of the role of each applicant (max. 100 words), a field to indicate the current position or job title of each applicant, and a field where the applicant may choose to identify themselves as a member of an underrepresented group; A max. 1000-word description of the project(s) to be considered, consisting of the following sections: lay summary, rationale, significance, approach, evidence of impact - external links, including hyperlinks, are permitted. If the project(s) serve underrepresented communities, please indicate it in the project(s) description. Upon submission of the webform the Corresponding Applicant will be sent an email including a link to the Prize information page and a link they can use to upload the Project(s) Description; and The names, affiliations, and email addresses of a maximum of 10 individuals who the applicant believes will support their application. Upon submission of the webform these individuals will be sent an email including the application title, names of the applicant(s), a link to the Prize information page, and a link they can use to upload letters of support (max. 500 words). If the application is being made by a group, a single person from that group will be clearly designated as the Corresponding Applicant who will receive all communications regarding the Prize. It is highly recommended that official academic or organizational emails are used for applicants and suggested supporters. Submission process: Please submit entries via the webform on The Neuro website using the link provided here: https://apps.mni.mcgill.ca/openscienceinaction/awards.php. Please make sure to choose the correct Prize before filling out the webform. The Neuro Prize for Open Science in Action - Trainee Value: $5,000 contribution towards a graduate/postgraduate stipend. Five $500 cash awards for the runners-up. About: This prize will go to a graduate or post-graduate trainee who has demonstrated engagement in open-science practices or the development of open science tools that have had an impact on neuroscience research. Eligibility: Applicants must be a graduate or post-graduate trainee working in an academic setting in Canada. Evidence of impact is mandatory, including but not limited to: indicators of access to and use of software tools/data or code repositories, number of downloads, number and kind of contributions to open tools (e.g. merged pull requests in GitHub repositories or documentation), number of citations, altmetrics (e.g. Altmetric or PlumX Metrics), industry partnerships, evidence of work to increase the usability of open tools, evidence of patient/participant outreach or co-development, knowledge translation and education activities, evidence of promoting open data standards, and authoring or co-authoring open science guidelines and policies. Equity, diversity, and inclusion criteria, including but not limited to whether the applicant(s) are members of underrepresented groups or provide tools and services to underrepresented communities, play a major positive role in the selection process. Entry guidelines: The application package will be submitted via an online webform and shall comprise: The name and affiliation of the applicant, a field where the applicant may choose to identify themselves as a member of an underrepresented group, and a max. 500-word Biosketch of the applicant (free format). Upon submission of the webform the applicant will be sent an email including a link to the Prize information page and a link they can use to upload their Biosketch; A max. 1000-word description of the project(s) to be considered, consisting of the following sections: lay summary, rationale, significance, approach, evidence of impact (external links, including hyperlinks, are permitted). If the project(s) serve underrepresented communities, please indicate it in the project(s) description. Upon submission of the webform the applicant will be sent an email including a link to the Prize information page and a link they can use to upload their Project(s) Description; and The names, affiliations, and email addresses of three individuals (one of whom should be the applicant's academic supervisor) who have agreed to provide letters of reference (max. 500 words). Upon submission of the webform these individuals will be sent an email including a link to the prize information page and a link they can use to upload letters of reference. It is highly recommended that official academic or organizational emails are used for applicants and those providing letters of support. Submission process: Please submit entries via the webform on The Neuro website using the link provided here: https://apps.mni.mcgill.ca/openscienceinaction/awards_trainee.php. Please make sure to choose the correct Prize before filling out the webform. Review Process: The application dossiers will be reviewed by an ad-hoc review committee consisting of members of The Neuro’s faculty, the Tanenbaum Open Science Institute, and two external members. The Neuro Open Science Prize Committee: Masha Cemma - Policy Advisor at the Office of Canada's Chief Science Thomas Durcan – Assistant Professor, The Neuro Helena Ledmyr – Director, Development & Communications at the International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Facility Christine Tardif – Assistant Professor, The Neuro Adrien Peyrache (chair) - Assistant Professor, The Neuro Jean-Baptiste Poline – Associate Professor, The Neuro Annabel Seyller – Chief Operating Officer, the Tanenbaum Open Science Institute Notice of Award, Awardee Availability, and Publication: Awardees will be informed: October 19, 2020. To receive awards the recipient or recipients must confirm by October 23, 2020 that they are able to attend the Neuro-Gairdner Open Science in Action Symposium. The Symposium will be held virtually November 11-12, 2020. The Neuro may publicize awardees and their projects (through interviews, website and blog posts, social media, etc.) Dates Prize competition opens September 7, 2020 Prize competition closes October 7, 2020 Review process closes October 19, 2020 Awardees will be informed October 19, 2020 Awardees to confirm their attendance at the Neuro-Gairdner Open Science in Action Symposium October 23, 2020 Confidentiality clause: All information, both written and verbal, related to the identification and selection process is held in the strictest confidence. Records of the deliberations and other confidential activities of the prize committees, both paper and electronic, are archived by The Neuro. Contact: For questions or more information please contact: Dylan Roskams-Edris, TOSI Open Science Alliance Officer, at dylan roskams-edris mcgill.ca
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CoreTrustSeal in 2 minutes

In deze video wordt uitgelegd wat het CoreTrustSeal is. De video is gemaakt door studenten van de Master Digital Design van de Hogeschool van Amsterdam, in opdracht van DANS. Meer informatie over CoreTrustSeal staat op coretrustseal.org.

This video explains what CoreTrustSeal is. The video was made by students of the Master Digital Design of Amsterdam University of Applied Science, commissioned by DANS. More information about CoreTrustSeal is available via coretrustseal.org.
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RDA FAIR data WG launches public consultation on maturity model report | EOSCSecretariat

RDA FAIR data WG launches public consultation on maturity model report | EOSCSecretariat | Onderzoek en informatievaardigheid | Scoop.it
The RDA FAIR Data Maturity Model Working Group has announced its public comment period for the FAIR Data Maturity Model specification and guidelines. The report is available for comment on the EOSC Liaison Platform and closes on the 13th May 2020.
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Dutch computing power in the battle against corona

Dutch computing power in the battle against corona | Onderzoek en informatievaardigheid | Scoop.it
All over the world people are joining forces in the hope of quickly developing a vaccine for the corona virus and a cure for COVID-19. SURF is contributing by giving researchers accelerated access to high-quality computing facilities and data services. In addition, we support numerous other research initiatives.
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Meer samenwerking en minder divagedrag

Meer samenwerking en minder divagedrag | Onderzoek en informatievaardigheid | Scoop.it
Bestuursvoorzitter van ZonMw Jeroen Geurts wil een open gesprek over 'erkennen en waarderen'
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Raad van State betwijfelt de effectiviteit van kwaliteitsafspraken

Raad van State betwijfelt de effectiviteit van kwaliteitsafspraken | Onderzoek en informatievaardigheid | Scoop.it
De Raad van State betwijfelt of OCW wel voldoende sturingsmogelijkheden heeft met de nieuwe kwaliteitsafspraken.
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FAIR-Aware

FAIR-Aware | Onderzoek en informatievaardigheid | Scoop.it
FAIR-Aware is an disciplinary-agnostic online tool developed by the FAIRsFAIR project. Different scientific communities can adapt it to their own use.
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Open Science – Nationaal Programma Open Science

Open Science – Nationaal Programma Open Science | Onderzoek en informatievaardigheid | Scoop.it
Open ScienceOpen Science staat voor de wereldwijde transitie naar een nieuwe, meer open en inclusieve manier van het uitvoeren, publiceren en evalueren van wetenschappelijk onderzoek.Lees meer Nationaal Programma Open Science Binnen het Nationaal Programma Open Science (NPOS) komen partijen bij...
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Negentig procent publicaties - en ZonMw-onderzoek Open Access

Negentig procent publicaties - en ZonMw-onderzoek Open Access | Onderzoek en informatievaardigheid | Scoop.it
Minstens 9 van de 10 publicaties in 2021 die voortkomen uit door NWO en ZonMw gefinancierd onderzoek, zijn Open Access beschikbaar. Voor NWO is een stijging van 5% te zien ten opzichte van vorig jaar. Voor door ZonMw gefinancierd onderzoek is de stijging 8%. Dat blijkt uit de Open Access Monitor die CWTS (Center for Science and Technology Studies) in opdracht van NWO (en ZonMw) is uitgevoerd.
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Alex Verkade kwartiermaker centrum wetenschaps communicatie - Regieorgaan SIA

Alex Verkade kwartiermaker centrum wetenschaps communicatie - Regieorgaan SIA | Onderzoek en informatievaardigheid | Scoop.it
Nationaal Regieorgaan Praktijkgericht Onderzoek SIA
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De academische vrijheid is in het gedrang - Me Judice

De academische vrijheid is in het gedrang - Me Judice | Onderzoek en informatievaardigheid | Scoop.it
De Nederlandse Gedragscode Wetenschappelijke Integriteit bevat namelijk een opmerkelijke wijziging.
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Uitvoeringsplan investeringen digitale onderzoeksinfrastructuur | Rapport | Rijksoverheid.nl

Uitvoeringsplan investeringen digitale onderzoeksinfrastructuur | Rapport | Rijksoverheid.nl | Onderzoek en informatievaardigheid | Scoop.it
Rapport van het NWO over integrale aanpak van digitalisering in de wetenschap.
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Workshop

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Netherlands Read and Publish (Springer Compact) agreement | Springer

Netherlands Read and Publish (Springer Compact) agreement | Springer | Onderzoek en informatievaardigheid | Scoop.it
The Netherlands Read and Publish (Springer Compact) agreement means eligible authors can publish their research open access - at no cost to them - in
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ScienceOpen (@Science_Open) | Twitter

ScienceOpen (@Science_Open) | Twitter | Onderzoek en informatievaardigheid | Scoop.it
The latest Tweets from ScienceOpen (@Science_Open). Make science open! ScienceOpen is a free professional networking platform specialising in research discovery and impact. (Image: Brookhaven National Lab CCBYNC). Berlin, Boston, Budapest
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Publications

The Second EUA Big Deals Survey Report is an updated mapping of major scholarly publishing contracts in Europe. Conducted in 2017-2018, the report gathers data from 31 consortia covering an unprecedented 167 contracts with five major publishers: Elsevier, Springer Nature, Taylor & Francis, Wiley and American Chemical Society.
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