Leibniz Open Science! or LOS! for short, is an online series that aims to promote the practical application of Open Science and to inform about current developments related to Open Science within and beyond the Leibniz Association.
The series includes the following tracks:
Highlight Talks (30 - 60 mins, incl discussion)
This track focuses on an Open Science issue, whether it is a new or ongoing development or the background of why things are the way they are (and may need to be changed).
Focus Introductions (30 - 60 mins, incl discussion)
Because Gottfried Leibniz was a universal scholar with a profound understanding of maths, politics, engineering, philosophy, and more, his name was chosen to reflect the diversity and broad range of the Leibniz Association. In this track, we invite representatives of the different Leibniz Institutes to introduce their institute and reflect on the role of Open Science in their discipline.
Workshops (2 - 3 hrs)
Let’s get practical! In this track, we tackle the implementation of Open Science. The scope includes both research practices (e.g. sharing analyses reproducible, publishing data FAIR) and their administrative side (e.g. accounting of APCs).
With this form we collect your suggestions for topics, instructors, and/or speakers. If you'd like to contribute to organizing LOS! without having a specific role or contribution in mind, you can also do so with this form.
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If you have requests, questions or any other feedback, contact us at LOS@leibniz-psychology.org