There is a vast body of helpful tools that can be used in order to foster Open Science practices. For reasons of clarity, this toolbox aims at providing only a selection of links to these resources and tools. Our goal is to give a short overview on possibilities of how to enhance your Open Science practices without consuming too much of your time. You can either navigate on the online toolbox or download the full toolbox as pdf. Please let us know if you have any suggestions or contributions (contact: Lutz Heil).
Open Science Workshop Material of the LMU Open Science Center
Angelika Stefan, Felix Schönbrodt, Julia Brandt, and Lena Schiestel created materials for workshops on Open Science related topics: https://osf.io/zjrhu/
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You can use or remix the material under a CC-BY licence for your teaching purposes.
Videos of the OSC
“Open Access at LMU: Options, Requirements and Funding Possibilities” (May 2020)
The following slides provide further information about Open Access and the services at the LMU:
The workshop aims at providing orientation on Open Access publications in general, on the available options before, during and after a research project as well as on specific requirements and funding possibilities by different funders.
The LMU Munich Open Science Center, the University Library and the Unit for Research Funding join forces to present you an overview on Open Access in order to enhance transparency and provide you with the necessary tools to fulfill the guidelines of research funders such as DFG and European Commission
The provided information is up-to-date by May 2020 - if you watch this video later, please consider that the funders' requirements might change!
“OSIM Workshop: Open Science - Reproduciblity, Data Sharing, Practical Aspects” (June 2020)
The workshop was organised by the LMU Open Science Initiative in Medicine (OSIM) and aims to provide basic and advanced knowledge about reproducibility and Open Science. Seven experts in Open Science from different research areas present and explain central concepts and ideas within the Open Science movement.
The provided information is up-to-date by June 2020 - if you watch this video later, please consider that some information might have been changed or updated!
A PhD/Dissertation agreement is a good oppurtunity to assure the implementation of Open Science practices in the research of PhD candidates. The Department Psychology of the LMU Munich provides a template for this kind of agreement that could be used as an example for similiar documents in all disciplines.