During the month of November, the University of Toronto Libraries (UTL), in collaboration with the Centre for Research & Innovation Support (CRIS), will host a weekly series of virtual panel discussions to showcase diverse perspectives on the principles and practice of Open Science, representing voices from a variety of personal and professional backgrounds, disciplines, and affiliations.
The structure of the panel series will be guided by the 5 principles of open scholarship as outlined in the Roadmap for Open Science, published by the Government of Canada in February 2020. Each panel discussion will focus on one of the 5 principles:
- Focus on People (Nov. 2, 2021)
- Focus on Transparency (Nov. 9, 2021)
- Focus on Inclusiveness (Nov. 16, 2021)
- Focus on Collaboration (Nov. 23, 2021)
- Focus on Sustainability (Nov. 30, 2021)
- Foster engagement and highlight innovative approaches for advancing open science across disciplines
- Provide a forum for critical discussion regarding the many benefits, opportunities, and challenges in the implementation of open science initiatives
- Feature tools, strategies and supports that researchers can employ to enhance their own practice of open science
- Promote the principles of people, collaboration, transparency, inclusiveness, and sustainability in making scientific information available to all
Target Audience: Open to all University of Toronto faculty, students and staff from all disciplines across the tri-campus. Register here
Reproduced courtesy of the Dentistry Library.