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Seminaarit ja konferenssit: Open Humanities – The challenges and possibilities of Open Science for research in the humanities

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Tapahtumaluokka:Seminaarit ja konferenssit
Aika:pe 20.11.2015 klo 9.00-15.00
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The international Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) of the Faculty of Arts is visiting the Faculty at the end of November. In connection to the visit, we are organizing a seminar on the challenges and possibilities of Open Science for research in the humanities.

Open Science refers to practices and principles regarding the ways that research is carried out, how researchers collaborate and share their knowledge, and how science and scholarship are organized. It aims at increased transparency, research integrity, inclusiveness and networked collaboration and, as a result, at higher impact and better quality of research. In practice, Open Science means, for example, open access to both publications as well as the data and resources that they are based on. But what does this mean for the humanities? In the seminar, the members of the SAB as well as researchers from the Faculty present their individual viewpoints for discussion on the specific challenges and possibilities that Open Science presents to humanities research.


Programme

Time: Friday 20 November 2015
Place: Runeberg Hall, University Main Building, 2nd floor (Fabianinkatu 33)


9.00 Coffee

9.30 am – 11.45 pm
Dean Arto Mustajoki: Opening words
Docent Jessica Parland-von Essen: Open Science and Research Initiative, ATT
Professor Tiina Onikki-Rantajääskö: Bank of Finnish Terminology in Arts and Sciences
Professor Milena Žic-Fuchs: Open Sciece, Open Humanities: Possible Steps towards the Future

11.45 pm – 1.15 pm
Lunch
- salad buffet

1.15 pm – 2.45 pm
Professor Pirjo Hiidenmaa: Academic writing in the University of Helsinki
Professor Peter Auer: TBA
Professor Thomas du Bois: The open access dilemma from the perspective of small organizations



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