By Kirsty, on 21 September 2022
The team at the UCL Office for Open Science & Scholarship are pleased to be able to share two brand new resources for the 2022-23 academic year!
Open Science & Scholarship video
The first, a new video giving an overview of Open Science at UCL. Dr Paul Ayris, Pro-Vice Provost for Library, Culture, Collections & Open Science (LCCOS) opens the discussion and outlines the context, before local experts delve into each of the core areas that we support. It is accompanied by a short quiz to affirm your new understanding of each area.
This video was created with the support of grants from Research England and Horizon 2020. It was produced by Scientific Knowledge Services (SKS).
After watching the video, you can take the quiz! If you are interested in learning more about anything you heard, visit the OOSS training and support pages for this and further resources.
Guide to Open Science for PhD students
The second resource is entitled Open Science – a practical guide for PhD students. This guide has been designed especially for UCL’s community of PhD students, aiming to introduce the principles of Open Science, but linking them directly to stages of the PhD journey and showing the benefits of embracing Open from the start of their academic journey.
This guide is developed from the original which was published by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research.
This and other resources to help and support you in your Open Science journey can be found on our website.