Project background The Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) in the Netherlands runs once a year a Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) on Open Science on the edX platform => Open Science: Share your research with the world. Our primary target is PhD candidates but the MOOC is meant also for MSc students, researchers, support staff, policy makers that want to learn the basic principles of and motivations behind Open Science. The OSMOOC has been running for multiple years with a decreasing number of enrollments and varying levels of engagement. We have high dropout rates and we do not know if the participants practice Open Science later on. Our project goal was to improve the engagement by creating a community around the MOOC participants. _Figure1: _Logo of the Open Science MOOC and titles of the six modules contained in the course. Image by TU Delft and licensed under CC-BY-NC-SA 4.0 International License. Expectations from this program Since we had both just started in our jobs as open science teachers, the first thing we hoped to learn was more about the different themes within Open Science. We also hoped that through our participation in the OLS program, we would learn more ways to engage our MOOC’s participants and build a solid community, as well as workflows and processes to make our own work more open.7/18/2022
THIS PAGE IS OBSOLETE. NOTES MOVED TO: https://github.com/open-life-science/policies-procedures-and-docs/blob/main/cohort-procedures-and-templates/speedblog.md ==This document provides guidance for you to summarize your OLS journey so far and the project you worked on during the entire period of OLS-2 in a speedblog. Please draft your speedblog in your 'mentor-mentee hackMD notes' and share with the OLS team.== Ideally your speed blog will be a written piece with a picture (max 2) and contain some links and references. In terms of word count you are aiming for between 500 and 1200 words. We will post your speedblog on OLS website: openlifesci.org/posts See this post for guidance on speed blogging: https://software.ac.uk/speed-blogging-and-tips-writing-speed-blog-post Example you can draw from: https://openlifesci.org/posts/2019/10/21/culture-track Here are a few questions to help you generate ideas and content for your speedblog:6/1/2022
:earth_asia: Cohort call Schedule: Open Science III: Next steps - applying FAIR research principles Date and time: 05 November 2020, 09:00 - 10:30 LONDON, Duration: 90 minutes Video on YouTube :house: Before this meeting After this meeting: Think about and plan to apply FAIR principles to your project in your own time. Resources for more information have been linked in the notes.3/9/2021
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