Good practices & FAQ
What exactly does open science look like in practice? Check out some good practices by OS theme below. Click on the yellow button for more examples. Go here to the Frequently Asked Questions about open science.
- Taverne Pilot: You Share, We Take Care! More than ninety academics from Utrecht University have signed up for the ‘You share, we take care!’ pilot.Good practices: open acces
- YOUth-cohortonderzoek YOUth (Youth Of Utrecht) is a large-scale, longitudinal cohort following children in their development from pregnancy until early adulthood. It is one of the leading human cohorts in FAIR and open data in the NetherlandsGood practices: FAIR data and software
- The public debate Getting involved in the public debate is important and offers opportunities for scientists, but there are also risks. That is why Utrecht University is organizing the program series "Scientists in the Public Arena.Good practices: Public Engagement
- B&O interviews Faculty of Social and Behavioral Science In 2019, The Faculty of Social and Behavioral Science (FSW) introduced a stronger focus on team spirit and leadership in the yearly Assessment & Development interviews (B&O) of full professors.Good practices: Recognition and rewards
- Community Engaged Learning Community Engaged Learning at Utrecht University enriches and strengthens classical university education, through direct dialogue with society.Good practices: Open education
- Open Science Q&A It is important that sharing information on how to apply open science is made easy and best practices are readily available. A good starter is the international Open Science Q&A.Good practices: Overarching themes