Aug 23, 2022

Integrating Open and Citizen Science into Higher Education, 31 August, Leiden, the Netherlands

INOS project is organizing a workshop at Leiden University on 31 August to share the resources they developed, for integrating citizen science and open science into higher education institutions and libraries. This workshop aims to share these results with library and HEI management and staff, national policy-makers, and other European and international networks working on training and skill development related to OS and CS. The event will also be an opportunity to celebrate the work of INOS and the importance of Open and Citizen Science with a non-expert audience, including students, local citizens and anyone interested in learning more about how the opening-up of the scientific process can benefit society. Learn more about the event and register here.

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ECSA 2022, 5-8 October, Berlin, Germany

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