Program 2019

Program 2019

SSHT Breakfast (2018-2019)

When: 27th of November 2018 from 9am until 11am

Where: Faculty Board Room

SSHT INVITES! (2019)

How to use the Open Science Framework?

When: 11th of February 2019

Teacher: Dr. Antonio Schettino (FPPW, Dept. of experimental clinial and health spychology)

Description:  The Open Science Framework (OSF) is a free, open-soure web-app that manages research projects at all stages of the research lifecycle and connects the tools researchers use.  Which means that when you're looking for an online platform specifically developed for reseachers to collaborate with their international colleagues on all levels of the project, the OSF might be something you will like to use.  From quick file senders, awards for preregistration, the integration of Dropbox, Github, figshare to DOIs and repositories, OSF covers every aspect of the research lifecycle. And in this session Dr. Schettino will show you how to use OSF. More info: https://osf.io/

Birds of a feather tweet together

When: 21st of February 2019

Teachers: Esther De Smet (DOZA) and Lies Vermeesch (FEB)

Description: This sessions is for researchers who no longer need convincing that setting up a communication and outreach strategy is part of being a modern scientist or scholar.  They also believe that social media has earned its place in this strategy.  But they are not quite sure how to take it to the next level.  Sure, they read the occasional blog or have created a Twitter account but now what?  Esther will show you how social media (with a focus on Twitter) can fit into the larger scheme of developing your skills, enlarging your network, and sharing your knowledge.

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How to write a data management plan

When: 12th March 2019                     

Teacher: Inge Rutsaert (EBIB)

Description: In case you haven't noticed it yet, but more and more funders (FWO, H2020) demand a data management plan (DMP) when applying for funding.  Eventhough some do consider this as an administrative burden, DMPs have lots of advantages and will come in handy throughout the whole project.  During this workshop Inge (EBIB) will explain those advantages and show you how to write a DMP according to the requirements of the FWO.

What does GDPR mean for my research?

When: 1st April 2019

Teacher: Hanne Elsen (DOZA - DPO)

Beschrijving: Since May 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation, a.k.a. GDPR, came into use and caused quite some commotion amongst many. Now the new data protection officer for UGent, Hanne Elsen, has found her way around she's happy to tell you more about the effects GDPR will have on your research and the Do's an Don't's you will have to keep in mind.

What about open access, licensing and authorship?

When: 23rd of April 2019                                               

Teachers: Inge Van Nieuwerburgh (University Library) and Prof. Dr. Elsy Verhofstadt (EB21)

Beschrijving: These days the terminology on open access and open access policies of funders and journals have become much more confusing.  What's the good open access and what's the bad open access?  Why do we still have to pay?  And what's this thing called Plan S and how does the Belgian law change in 2020?  Inge Van Nieuwerburgh of the University Library will talk about all of the above and about how to license your publications/data. After this prof. Elsy Verhofstadt will quickly talk about the faculty guidelines on authorship.