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2. Februar 2022
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Kommentare deaktiviert für Open Educational Resources: Getting Started in OER in the User Services – Best Practice from the ZBW

Open Educational Resources: Getting Started in OER in the User Services – Best Practice from the ZBW

The greatest hurdle was the following decision: When is the draft good enough to go online? The perfectionism of librarians and Open Educational Resources would seem to be mutually contradictory rather than complementary. In this guest article, Nicole Clasen and Carola Ziebart report how the team from ZBW user services nevertheless succeeded in compiling a first Open Educational Resource.

The post Open Educational Resources: Getting Started in OER in the User Services – Best Practice from the ZBW first appeared on ZBW MediaTalk.

26. Januar 2022
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Kommentare deaktiviert für User Experience in Libraries: Insights from the University Library of Hildesheim

User Experience in Libraries: Insights from the University Library of Hildesheim

The aim of UX is not so much to be a state of affairs but much more to be part of a mindset; a skill which one can work on continually, even in libraries. Needs can change and even on the topic of UX, the following applies: Nothing remains for eternity. In an interview, Jarmo Schrader and Ninon Frank report on how they nevertheless manage to improve step-by-step the services and spaces at the University Library of Hildesheim.

The post User Experience in Libraries: Insights from the University Library of Hildesheim first appeared on ZBW MediaTalk.

19. Januar 2022
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Kommentare deaktiviert für Open Science & Libraries 2022: 22 Tips for Conferences, Barcamps & Co.

Open Science & Libraries 2022: 22 Tips for Conferences, Barcamps & Co.

Which conferences and events could be worth an (online) visit in 2022? We have put together a selection of events related to Open Science and libraries. Here are our 22 favourites:

The post Open Science & Libraries 2022: 22 Tips for Conferences, Barcamps & Co. first appeared on ZBW MediaTalk.

12. Januar 2022
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Kommentare deaktiviert für Tracking Science: How Libraries can Protect Data and Scientific Freedom

Tracking Science: How Libraries can Protect Data and Scientific Freedom

A modern expression states: If you are not paying for the product, you are the product yourself. How can libraries help to prevent tracking in science, thereby protecting the data of the researchers and, in an idealistic sense, scientific freedom? In an interview, Julia Reda reveals the starting points and pitfalls.

The post Tracking Science: How Libraries can Protect Data and Scientific Freedom first appeared on ZBW MediaTalk.

15. Dezember 2021
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Kommentare deaktiviert für Open Science as a “Wicked Problem”: How Libraries can Accelerate the Transformation

Open Science as a “Wicked Problem”: How Libraries can Accelerate the Transformation

The transition to Open Science often seems to be sluggish. A recently published workbook explains why this is so, using the concept of the “wicked problem”. It also illustrates how the various roles in the science system can foster the transition to Open Science. The points that are particularly interesting for libraries are summarised in the blog post – including suggestions on how to implement them.

The post Open Science as a “Wicked Problem”: How Libraries can Accelerate the Transformation first appeared on ZBW MediaTalk.

8. Dezember 2021
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Kommentare deaktiviert für First Open Science Retreat: On the Future of Research Evaluation

First Open Science Retreat: On the Future of Research Evaluation

The ZBW's Open Science Retreat invites various stakeholders from all over the world to engage in a dialogue on openness, transparency, and science communication in the digital age. The first retreat started with the topic "Research Evaluation - Promoting the Open Science movement". We summarise the discussions and describe the visions that have been developed by the participants.

The post First Open Science Retreat: On the Future of Research Evaluation first appeared on ZBW MediaTalk.

1. Dezember 2021
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Kommentare deaktiviert für User Experience in Libraries: Insights from the SLU University Library Sweden

User Experience in Libraries: Insights from the SLU University Library Sweden

“To observe a student or researcher using a service is a quite powerful, sometimes even painful experience. It makes you realise that it’s perhaps not as self-explanatory as you might think,” says Kitte Dahrén from the SLU University Library, describing her experience with UX.

The post User Experience in Libraries: Insights from the SLU University Library Sweden first appeared on ZBW MediaTalk.

24. November 2021
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Kommentare deaktiviert für Publishing Behaviour in Economics: Coronavirus Pandemic Turns out to Be a Temporary Shock

Publishing Behaviour in Economics: Coronavirus Pandemic Turns out to Be a Temporary Shock

Has publication behaviour in Economics changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic? An international ZBW workshop has recently discussed first study results and especially on how different female and male researchers have been affected by the corona crisis.

The post Publishing Behaviour in Economics: Coronavirus Pandemic Turns out to Be a Temporary Shock first appeared on ZBW MediaTalk.

6. April 2018
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Kommentare deaktiviert für Open Science Conference 2018: Auf dem Weg in die Praxis! neu

Open Science Conference 2018: Auf dem Weg in die Praxis! neu

Sorry, this entry is only available in German. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. Open Science ist auf dem Weg in die Praxis. Dies ist allerdings kein Selbstläufer; es gibt noch einige Herausforderungen. Dr. Georg Schütte, Staatssekretär des Bundesministeriums für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF), betonte im Rahmen der Eröffnung der diesjährigen Open Science Conference, dass die Open Science Community strategisch, schnell und relevant genug sein muss, um das Thema voranzubringen. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Kleiner, Präsident der Leibniz-Gemeinschaft, hob in seiner Eröffnungsrede […]