Open Science Lunch: Open your research to the public
Learn about how you can conduct open science projects in the wild based on an example from MusicLab!
About the topic
MusicLab is a citizen science-like, open research innovation project where we engage researchers, musicians and the public in a series of science events. In its most ambitious edition to date, researchers collected data from 163 concert-goers during a live music event. What happens when a strong openness ethos meets the constraining affordances of the society it operates in? And how can we find a good balance between privacy regulations, copyright, and research transparency?
Grab your matpakke and join us for a short presentation on this topic by Solveig Sørbø from the University of Oslo Library, and for an open Q&A session afterwards!
About Open Science Lunch
Each last Thursday of the month at 12.00 we invite you to join us virtually for an online open lunch to hear about how to make your research more open. We will discuss research transparency and visibility, open publishing, data sharing, and more! After each short presentation we will have a Q&A session, where you can ask questions or try yourself some of the tools and solutions we will present!