FOSTER Open Science Training Handbook: feedback wanted!

FOSTER releases the first draft of the Open Science Training Handbook.  14 experts from 10 countries have worked for 5 days to create the first draft of what will become a comprehensive overview of practical resources and tools to support trainers who would like to teach and inspire researchers on Open Science topics. The Handbook is open for comment/feedback until March 4th, 2018!

During a week-long booksprint, FOSTER facilitated the creation of an online handbook for Open Science Training. At the TIB Library in Hanover, Germany, 14 experts from 10 countries worked for 5 days to create the first draft of what will become a comprehensive overview of practical resources and tools to support trainers who would like to teach and inspire researchers on Open Science topics. Apart from the basics on open science, the handbook also offers insights on learning and training practices, tons of practical examples and exercises, and a chapter with tips and tricks for organising your own open science training event.

The authors of the handbook and the FOSTER project would like to invite all interested parties to take a look at the first draft. The document is open for comments until March 4th, 2018 and can be consulted herehttps://tinyurl.com/osth-2018

Read the relevant FOSTER blogpost.

Gwen Franck

Open Access Programme Coordinator at EIFL - Electronic Information for Libraries / Open Access Project Officer at LIBER - Association of European Research Libraries

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