The course is designed as an introduction to open Science principles and practices. Students learn the main concepts, objectives, benefits, and challenges of open Science. Students prepare themselves to integrate the key principles of open Science into their research life in order to improve the visibility and impact of their research.

From the course, students can get hands-on support and training in research data management know-how, as well as in how to share your research, and have answers to the questions: 

  • What are the international and national policies and recommendations on open science? Why do more and more research funders require publishing open access to your research outputs including publications and research data? 
  •  What are the open access publishing options and opportunities at Hanken? How to publish open access?  
  • How to write a DMP that describes your key measures for ethical and legal compliance and FAIR data production. How to handle personal data in research? How to create metadata of your research? How to choose a suitable and trusted data repository?   

  • How to improve the invisibility and impact of your research? How to promote citizen science and have all relevant knowledge actors in science, industry, and society at large involved?   

  • What does transparent and responsible research evaluation mean to you? 

The course is aimed at doctoral students in all fields.

The course can be taken by doctoral students both in Helsinki and Vaasa.

The course is designed as an introduction to Open Science principles and practices. Students learn the main concepts, objectives, benefits, and challenges of Open Science. Students prepare themselves to integrate the key principles of Open Science into their research life in order to improve the visibility and impact of their research.

The course is aimed at doctoral students in all fields, particularly suitable for doctoral students at the initial phase of their doctoral studies.

The course can be taken by doctoral students both in Helsinki and Vaasa.

The course is designed as an introduction to Open Science principles and practices. Students learn the main concepts, objectives, benefits, and challenges of Open Science. Students prepare themselves to integrate the key principles of Open Science into their research life in order to improve the visibility and impact of their research.

The course is aimed at doctoral students in all fields, particularly suitable for doctoral students at the initial phase of their doctoral studies.

The course can be taken by doctoral students both in Helsinki and Vaasa.