Podcast "Open Science Radio"

Der Podcast rund um die Öffnung des Wissenschaftsprozesses

Das Open Science Radio ist ein unregelmäßig erscheinender Podcast von Matthias Fromm, der sich mit dem Thema Open Science in seinen vielseitigen und -schichtigen Aspekten beschäftigt – von Open Access über Citizen Science und Open Data bis hin zu Öffentlicher Wissenschaft und Open Education. Dieser Podcast soll ein grundlegendes Verständnis schaffen, vor allem aber auch über aktuelle Entwicklungen informieren. Dieses Angebot ist kostenlos.

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Matthias Fromm

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Konrad Förstner

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OSR124 Open Science Center at LMU Munich [EN]

The LMU Open Science Center is founded! A conversation with Felix Schönbrodt, the managing director and Anne-Laure Boulesteix.

Over the last couple of years, a number of people at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich have relentlessly (in a good way) been pushing open science efforts. Be it in the form of incorporating open science badges, signing open initiatives, or the foundation of an Open Science Committee at LMU, there has been a lot of activity in a very desireable direction. These activities have finally led to an even more manifest joint effort, the foundation of the Open Science Center at LMU. We had the great pleasure to talk to Anne-Laure Boulesteix and Felix Schönbrodt about how the foundation came about, its self-conception, its mission and the services it can offer to researchers at the LMU and maybe even beyond. Enjoy!

Erschienen: 14.05.2018
Dauer: 00:44:57

Podcast-Webseite: Episode "OSR124 Open Science Center at LMU Munich [EN]"


OSR123 Changing incentive structures to foster the actual sharing rate of open data (Talk #osc2018) [EN]

Conference Talk by Felix Schönbrodt at the Open Science Conference 2018

If you've been listening to us for a while you have probably already heard about Felix Schönbrodt, as we have mentioned him in a number of episodes talking about projects he was involved in and a number of talks, e.g. his lighting talk at the 2016 Barcamp Science 2.0 or his recent talk at the Open Science Conference 2018. Felix is a principal investigator for Psychological Methods and Assessment at the Department of Psychology, and moreover, he is an absolute Open Science enthusiast. As we mentioned in our wrap-up episode for this year's Barcamp Open Science and Open Science Conference, we found Felix's conference talk really insightful, so it is our pleasure to provide it to you with kind permission from Felix and hope that you find it equally enlightening and motivating. If you wanna closely follow his presentation including his slides, please use the video embedded into the blogpost for this episode or his slides linked in they the Open Science Conference programme. Enjoy!

Erschienen: 08.05.2018
Dauer: 00:26:36

Podcast-Webseite: Episode "OSR123 Changing incentive structures to foster the actual sharing rate of open data (Talk #osc2018) [EN]"


OSR122 Wrap-Up Open Science Barcamp and Conference 2018 #oscibar #osc2018 [EN]

Wrapping up the 2018 Open Science Conference and Barcamp

As you have recognized, Open Science Radio was again attending the Barcamp Open Science as well as the Open Science Conference. This episode is a wrap-up of the 2018 run of those two (related) events, again together with Guido Scherp, one of the organizers (you'll know him by now). Guido is providing his impressions from the two events, we share ours and discuss a few things in general, as well as a few of the talks in more detail. And now, have fun!

Erschienen: 30.04.2018
Dauer: 01:02:36

Podcast-Webseite: Episode "OSR122 Wrap-Up Open Science Barcamp and Conference 2018 #oscibar #osc2018 [EN]"


OSR121 Fellow-Programm: Katja Mayer und Peer Herholz #WMDE [DE]

Mentorin Katja Mayer und Fellow Peer Herholz berichten über ihre Erfahrungen im Fellow-Programm Freies Wissen

Im Rahmen unserer kleinen Reihe zum Fellow-Programm Freies Wissen - dem Gemeinschaftsprojekt von Wikimedia Deutschland, Stifterverband, VolkswagenStiftung (und weiteren Unterstützern) - widmen wir uns in einer dritten Episode weiterhin der Innenansicht des Programms. Dazu haben wir uns wieder einen Fellow und eine Mentorin eingeladen, um von ihren Projekten, aber auch ihren Erfahrungen zu berichten. Zu Gast sind Mentorin Katja Mayer und Fellow Peer Herholz, der mit seinem Projekt ALPACA einen Beitrag zur (automatischen) Kennzeichnung und Funktionslokalisierung des auditiven Cortex leisten will. Vielen Dank an die Beteiligten, aber auch an Sarah Behrens und Christopher Schwarzkopf für den Kontakt hinter den Kulissen! Hinweis: Wikimedia hat vor kurzem bekanntgegeben das Fellow-Programm auch 2018/2019 fortzuführen, die Bewerbungsphase ist jetzt bis zum 15. Mai geöffnet! Weitere Infos zur Bewerbung finden sich auf der Wikiversity-Seite. Und nun, viel Spaß!

Erschienen: 18.04.2018
Dauer: 01:33:22

Podcast-Webseite: Episode "OSR121 Fellow-Programm: Katja Mayer und Peer Herholz #WMDE [DE]"


OSR120 OpenAIRE supporting the EC’s Open Data Pilot in H2020 (Poster Session) #osc2018 [EN]

Dealing with data management plan (DMP) requirements

OpenAIRE supports the European Commission's Open Data Pilot. At the Open Science Conference poster session, Ellen Leenarts from OpenAIRE-Advance gave us a bit more insight in their survey about how the data management plan requirements in H2020 (PDF) are perceived by researchers and research supporters.

Erschienen: 14.03.2018
Dauer: 00:04:26

Podcast-Webseite: Episode "OSR120 OpenAIRE supporting the EC’s Open Data Pilot in H2020 (Poster Session) #osc2018 [EN]"


OSR119 RDMO – Research Data Management Organiser (Poster Session) #osc2018 [EN]

Plan and manage research data across its entire life cycle

As the amounts of research data are ever-growing and data value becomes even more important with respect to data sharing and reuse, the organization and management of data is an incredible important task. The Research Data Management Organiser (RDMO) is a tool developed to solve this task, enabling researchers to plan and manage their research data across the entire research data life cycle. Jochen Klar from the Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam (AIP) told us more about it at the Open Science Conference poster session.

Erschienen: 14.03.2018
Dauer: 00:06:19

Podcast-Webseite: Episode "OSR119 RDMO – Research Data Management Organiser (Poster Session) #osc2018 [EN]"


OSR118 The RENGA Data Science Platform (Poster Session) #osc2018 [EN]

An open-source, highly scalable platform fostering cooperation in data science

At the poster session of this year's Open Science Conference, Rok Roskar was presenting his poster on the data science platform RENGA. Developed by the Swiss Data Science Center, RENGA is an open-source, highly scalable platform fostering cooperation in data science. Ros was so kind to provide us with more info about the platform.

Erschienen: 13.03.2018
Dauer: 00:12:12

Podcast-Webseite: Episode "OSR118 The RENGA Data Science Platform (Poster Session) #osc2018 [EN]"


OSR117 Preprints Servers as a Hub for Early Stage Research Outputs (Poster Session) #osc2018 [EN]

Researching preprint servers

At the Open Science Conference's poster session, Martyn Rittman (Editor at MDPI Open Access Publishers and director of preprints.org) presented a poster about his research on preprint servers. He was so kind to share his insights with us in a short interview.

Erschienen: 13.03.2018
Dauer: 00:09:46

Podcast-Webseite: Episode "OSR117 Preprints Servers as a Hub for Early Stage Research Outputs (Poster Session) #osc2018 [EN]"


OSR116 Transparency Limits #oscibar [EN]

When does transparency come to an end?

Isabell Steinhardt hosted a session on the limits of transparency and the related problems. We asked her about her motivation as well as her impressions and learnings from the session.

Erschienen: 13.03.2018
Dauer: 00:12:03

Podcast-Webseite: Episode "OSR116 Transparency Limits #oscibar [EN]"


OSR115 The Good and Bad of Doing Science Openly #oscibar [EN]

There's fun, but there's also pain

Ingo Keck (Moringa Publishing) hosted two sessions at the Barcamp, basically looking at the two sides of doing Open Science - what are the "pain points" of doing research openly, and what is the "fun" about it? He was kind enough to share his impressions and learnings from both sessions with us.

Erschienen: 13.03.2018
Dauer: 00:05:25

Podcast-Webseite: Episode "OSR115 The Good and Bad of Doing Science Openly #oscibar [EN]"


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