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Open Science ambassador in the spotlight: Dennie Hebels
Maastricht University (UM) endorses the principles of Open Science, offering its academics support to put these principles into practice and make science “as open as possible, as closed as necessary”. How can Open Science be put into practice, and where can you find support? Let Dennie Hebels (MERLN, UM) inspire you in this interactive video Open Science ambassador in the spotlight.
Dennie Hebels takes the stage in Open Science ambassador in the spotlight, a video created by the Maastricht University Library for the Open Access Week 2020.
In this video, Dennie Hebels shares his enthusiasm for various Open Science topics. He is an ambassador for the Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences (FHML) within the Open Science Community (OSC) Maastricht. In June of this year, he received an Open Science Use Case Award for his project cBiT: The Compendium for Biomaterial Transcriptomics.
Dennie calls on researchers from all UM faculties to join OSC Maastricht . He also talks about his experiences with and the importance of:
- ORCID : a unique and persistent identifier for researchers, and its synchronisation with the UM’s Current Research Information System (Pure) , in which all research output is registered
- Data management : making your data FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) and data sharing via Dataverse
- Open Access publishing : via the golden route (publishers) or via the green route (institutional repository) and “You share, we take care” (Taverne) . and the advantage of a CC-BY license when it comes to reusing the published material in education .
Because it is an interactive video, you can directly click through to relevant themes within the video and additional online information and support.
About Dennie Hebels
About this post
- Author: Mariëlle Prevoo
- Video: Ilona Steege
- Editor: Ron Aardening
- Categories: Library+ Research news & events | Research Data Management news & events
- Keywords: DataverseNL, Dennie Hebels, ORCID, Open Access, Open Science, RDM, scholarly communication
- Publication date: 21 October 2020 | Last updated: 2 November 2020
- License: CC-BY 4.0
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