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UCL Open Science Day – 23 May 2019

TinaJohnson10 May 2019

Free workshop for all UCL researchers and staff. Registration is now open.

UCL Open Science Day: developing open scholarship at UCL

8 Pillars of Open Science

A year on from LERU‘s publication of Open Science and its role in universities: a roadmap for cultural change, and following the success of the last year’s workshop, UCL Open Science Day 2019 will explore what open science – or open scholarship – will mean for a UCL researcher in its different applications, and how best the UCL research community can make the practical changes needed.

Thursday 23 May 2019 9.30-4pm

Institute of Education (IOE), 20 Bedford Way, London, WC1H 0AL View Map

This event is organised by UCL LIbrary Services, with Scientific Knowledge Services, UCL (University College London) and in collaboration with UCL Press and LIBER (Association of European Research Libraries).

Email contact: lib-researchsupport@ucl.ac.uk.

Blog updated 22 May 2019

Research Data Repository launch 5 June 2019

TinaJohnson8 May 2019

UCL Research Data Repository

UCL institutional Research Data Repository was launched June 2019

After 2 years of collaboration with provider Figshare, the Research Data Repository is live!  This free, open service will allow all UCL researchers (doctoral and beyond) to publish, preserve and share data underpinning research – or other potentially useful data.  Free, open access to data is central to FAIR data principles and enables replicable research – key aspects of Open Science.

On 5 June 2019, UCL researchers, PhD students and staff joined  Library Services and Research IT Services teams to celebrate the launch.

Find out more information about the UCL Research Data Repository  and Research Data Repository FAQs on the UCL Research Data Management Repository webpages

5 reasons to use the UCL Research Data Repository

  • repository storage complies with research funder requirements to preserve research data for 10 years or more
  • publishing data as a research output takes little further effort and makes your research more discoverable and citable
  • greater impact and visibility will enhance your academic profile
  • published data can be validated and tested by others – a sign of robust methodology
  • sharing data is likely to become a key performance indicator as research practices become more open

Additional benefits of sharing your data publicly

  • making your data available can lead to new collaborations and partnerships
  • allowing data to be reused and avoiding doubling up makes the best use of funding
  • published data provides great resources for education and training

The Research Data Management team plans to deliver tailored training on using the UCL Data Repository later this year at different UCL departments.

Join UCL Reproducibility

Subscribe to the UCL reproducibility mailing list for news and updates, invitations to contribute and training opportunities. 

Attend a Reproducibilitea talk

See more information and 2019 ReproducibiliTea UCL topics and dates.

Colleagues from all disciplines, sceptics and non-UCL, welcome.

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This blog was updated 13 June 2019.