EIFL's five-day open science train-the-trainer bootcamp aims to strengthen the training skills of librarians, research support staff and other professionals who are based in one of our partner countries and who are planning to deliver open science training to researchers and students. Participation is by application only. The deadline for applications was 19 November 2022, and applications are now closed.
We expect from participants some basic knowledge of open access. The course learning objectives will be to:
- Be able to communicate why open science is an issue that researchers can't afford to ignore.
- Be able to explain how to go about making research more open.
- Be able to explain how to progress a research career through practicing open science.
- Understand how to communicate and teach (pedagogy) open access publishing, research data management, open data and open science to researchers and students.
- Become confident and better equipped in being able to deal with difficult questions.
- Be able to plan training activities.
- Be aware of best practices in training design for online, face to face and hybrid events.
- Understand how to work with diverse audiences.
- Know how to evaluate the impact of training.
- Know how to make training materials FAIR (Finable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable).
Jonathan England, Iryna Kuchma, Milica Ninković, Irena Nježićn, Ljiljana Radisavljević, Milica Ševkušić and Obrad Vučkovac
Dates and times:
The Bootcamp will take place on half days, exact times to be confirmed, from 30 January - 3 February 2023.