Open Science Retreat
Only together can we successfully change the way we work scientifically.
Only together can we advance Open Science.
- WE does not mean scientists only.
- WE incorporates scientists, science communicators, data stewards, librarians, publishers, editors, and other stakeholders involved in Open Science developments.
With the Open Science Retreat, the ZBW wants to bring together international Open Science supporters from different stakeholder groups. For two afternoons in a row, the aim is to dive deep into the topics that are of burning interest to all of us.
Tuesday, February 15, 2 – 4 p.m. (CET)
2.00 – 2.10 p.m. Welcoming address
Professor Klaus Tochtermann, ZBW
2.10 – 2.40 Impulse lecture (incl. Q&A)
“Sustaining an Open Infrastructure: Lessons Learned From Five Years of Open Knowledge Maps”
Dr Peter Kraker, founder and chairman of Open Knowledge Maps
2.40 – 3.00 Impulse statements
from selected participants
3.00 – 3.05 Short Break
3.05 – 3.40 Break Out sessions
Brainstorming on sustainable models (technical, financial, community engagement)
3.40 – 4.00
Feeding the insights back into the panel & Closing Day 1
Wednesday, February 16, 2 – 4 p.m. (CET)
2.00 – 2.10 p.m. Welcoming address & Wrap up Day 1 Professor Klaus Tochtermann, ZBW
2.10 – 3.10 Break Out Sessions
Creating a map of sustainable models
3.10 – 3.15 Short Break
3.15 – 3.30
Feeding the insights back into the panel
3.30 – 4.00
Merging and creating the final map & Farewell
The Open Science Retreat is an interactive event. Participants are expected to commit to active contribution during the entire retreat. The number of participants is limited and will be balanced due to diversity aspects.
You are an Open Science advocate and would like to exchange your experiences and ideas with a group of 30 like-minded international Open Science enthusiasts from completely different domains?
Deadline for applications: January 28
We are looking forward to an exciting retreat – be part of it!