On the 13th of October, we are very proud that ResBios project coordinator were amongst the members invited to contribute at the 6th Cross-SwafS Stakeholder Forum, a collective of experts and project coordinators who focus on responsible open science.
These forums are a fantastic opportunity for SwafS members to share updates on their projects and discuss best practices for promoting Open Science approaches in research. At this sixth meeting, key forum organisers from the ROSiE project used this opportunity to share their newly published training materials for Responsible Open Science.
These include tools for researchers and citizen scientists, and provide practical advice and case studies to help demonstrate these best practices.
COESO will soon be launching the beta version of their VERA platform in December 2022 and are looking for online testers, in June they also released their latest brief publication
GRRIP will soon be hosting their closing meeting (presented as a hybrid format) on 1-2 December in Gran Canaria, and will feature speakers from NewHoRRIZON, GRACE, SuperMORRI, Co-Change in various sessions.
JoinUs4Health have launched their new Erasmus Medical University 10-week minor programme “From Science to Society”. The programme teaches principles of open science, science communication and public engagement to help boost societal impact of scientific findings (see https://www.eur.nl/en/minor/science-society)
TIME4CS will be hosting a series of webinars on institutional changes to promote Citizen Science. These webinars are open to everyone, and they will target researchers, support staff and communication officers. Information about TIME4CS training programme available here: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6906330