At the end of this course, you will be able to:
A free and open access to research data and scientific litterature, transparent peer reviewing, citizen science... The open science movement is wide, diverse and aims to radically transform the way scientific knowledge is produced and shared.
This MOOC will allow you to learn at your own pace about the main challenges in opening scientific research and how to change your own practice. Through contributions from 38 participants: researchers, PhD students, librarians and more, and from experimental sciences to humanities, this MOOC will show you multiple approaches and perspectives, each with their own specificities.
The course is made of 6 thematic modules that can be taken in any order. Completing the course will require on average 8 hours of work. However, depending on your own interests and availability, you can choose to follow only the essential parts of the MOOC (around 5 hours), or go more in depth by adding the optional course materials (up to 10 hours of effort total).
The MOOC is bilingual french/english. While most of the audio is only available in french, english transcripts and subtitles are provided for all videos. All texts are also translated in english.
The MOOC was designed primarily to train PhD students, university librarians and other professionals of information science. Basic knowledge of the circuit of academic publication and production of research data will be helpful but is not required to follow the course. This MOOC is open to all audiences.
Quizzes and exercices will be used to test your knowledge and practical skills at the end of several modules. A certificate will be delivered to students who succesfully completed the course and tests.
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