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**Gain the knowledge and skills to open up research and innovation processes so that data, methods and results are shared as early as possible.** Developed by the University of Potsdam (Germany) and experts like Dr. Sybille Reichert (Reichert Consulting), Dr. Gertraud Leimüller (winnovation), Prof. Dr. Hans-Hennig von Grünberg (University of Potsdam), Dr. Benedikt Fecher (HIIG), Dr. Markus Konkol (University of Twente) and Clemens Blümel (DZHW) from Germany, Austria and the Netherlands, the course The Concept of Openness in Science and Innovation will discuss the benefits and challenges of open research and provide practical examples of how to implement it. **What topics will you cover?** Week 1 - The Transformation of Higher Education Week 2 - What is Open Science? Week 3 - The Open Science Policy of the European Union Week 4 - What is Open (Social) Innovation? Week 5 - Let’ s Talk About Data Week 6 - Collaboration in Science and Society Week 7 - Open Access Publication Week 8 - How to Make Open Science with an Impact? When would you like to start? **Learning on this course** On every step of the course you can meet other learners, share your ideas and join in with active discussions in the comments. **Who is the course for?** The course is for Bachelor and Master students, for young researchers and people interested in Open Science and Open Innovation practices.
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