Category: Open Science

More Visibility With ORCID ID: It’s That Easy

More Visibility With ORCID ID: It’s That Easy

An ORCID ID ensures that individuals are distinguishable and that your research is properly attributed. So, by using an ORCID ID, you ensure that you get credit for your research achievements. In addition, this improves the discoverability of your research results. In the blog post, you will see that it is quite easy to create an ORCID ID. At ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor Identification Initiative) any person can register a unique identification number (ID). This ID makes a person distinguishable from other persons. This is important because several people can have the same name, spelling variants of a name can […]

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Open Economics Guide now Available in English: Support for Your Open Science Practice

Open Economics Guide now Available in English: Support for Your Open Science Practice

The Open Economics Guide is also available in English now! Information and tools for successfully practicing Open Science, step-by-step instructions and relevant news from research are thus available for the first time to non-German speaking researchers in Germany. In this way, Open Science in business studies and economics can be experienced directly and be successfully reused by even more researchers. From now on, the Open Economics Guide is also available in English and thus offers even better support for non-German-speaking economics researchers. All parts of the Open Economics Guide (find out more about the guide) – including the quick guides […]

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Accelerating Open Science Transformation: How you Yourself can Open Science

Accelerating Open Science Transformation: How you Yourself can Open Science

The transformation to Open Science often seems cumbersome. Why can be explained by the concept of “Wicked Problems” described in a recently published workbook. Read here what hurdles are mentioned and how you as a researcher can accelerate the transformation. In mid-November 2021, innOsci – the Stifterverband’s Forum for Open Innovation Culture, which was founded two years ago – published an interesting workbook entitled „Die Öffnung der Wissenschaft / Werkheft zur Gestaltung der Transformation“ (German; “The Opening of Science. Workbook on structuring the transformation”). The publication focuses on methods that can promote the opening of science. After all, there are […]

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Open Economics Guide starts a blog: News, tips and tools for your success with Open Science

Open Economics Guide starts a blog: News, tips and tools for your success with Open Science

The Open Economics Guide now includes its own blog with practice-based news, tool descriptions and step-for-step instructions! You will therefore experience Open Science in economics and business studies up close, and be able to reuse it more successfully. As from today, the guide will be supported by its own blog! The start of the blog provides yet another opportunity for economics and business studies researchers to get into Open Science. The articles will concentrate on the following topics: discussing current developments in the field of Open Science, introducing new tools and services as well as demonstrating how they function, practical worksheets for […]

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