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Event report: Towards cultural change in data management – data stewardship in practice

This blog post is written by Martin Donnelly from the University of Edinburgh and was originally published on the Software Sustainability Institute blog. Late last month, I took a day trip to the Netherlands to attend an event at TU Delft entitled “Towards cultural change in data management – data stewardship in practice”. My Software Sustainability Institute..

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Evaluation of Research Careers fully acknowledging Open Science Practices

Authors (in alphabetical order; underlined are the main authors of the blog post): Charlotte Buus Jensen, Valentino Cavalli, Maria Cruz, Raman Ganguly, Madeleine Huber, Mojca Kotar, Iryna Kuchma, Peter Löwe, Inge Rutsaert, Melanie Stummvoll, Gintare Tautkeviciene, Marta Teperek, Hannelore Vanhaverbeke On 1 December 2017 Maria Cruz and Marta Teperek facilitated a workshop titled Evaluation of..

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Open Source Software at TU Delft

The TU Delft Library website now hosts a webpage with information on the process the Library has initiated to get a better understanding of the ideas and needs regarding open source software at TU Delft.   One aspect of this initiative was a series of sandbox sessions, “open to all who want to contribute to the dialogue to bring..

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TU Delft Strategic Framework 2018-2024: what does it mean for Open Science?

TU Delft published its new Strategic Framework 2018-2024 on 12 January, during the Open Science Symposium and its 176th birthday celebration. The framework is entitled “Impact for a better society” and “openness” is listed as one of the four major guiding principles. The principle of openness was apparent already during the consultation phase of the..

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