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Research Data Management within the 4TU Research Centres

The 4TU.Centre for Research Data announces its report on research data management within the 4TU Research Centres. The Report Over the last few months, the 4TU.Centre for Research Data had the chance to make contact and to speak with several of the Scientific Directors of the 4TU Research Centres about research data management. The report..

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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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Software that makes a difference

As part of the TU Delft Open Science initiative, the Library together with ICT are looking at the issues related to open source software created by researchers at TU Delft – sustainability, career recognition, training, archiving, licensing and copyright. As part of the process that will help deliver a strategic framework for Open Science at TU Delft,..

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How to avoid software decay? Some tips and resources from the last sandbox session on open source software at TU Delft

On Thursday 26 October, TU Deft Library together with ICT hosted the third, but possibly not the last, of a series of Innovation Sandbox Sessions on Open Source Software at TU Delft. The topic of the session was training and support. There were three very interesting presentations and lots of engagement from the audience. Carlos Martinez Ortiz..

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Software as output of the researcher – training and support

ICT and the Library are once again jointly running a session on Software as Research Output at TU Delft. The session will take place in the Blue Room, in the TU Delft Library, and it will run from 12:15 to approximately 13:30 on Thursday 26 October. A light lunch is included. ICT conducted research on the issues related..

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