12.10.2022 HeFDI Data Talk on October 21, 2022: "Lessons from Open (Government) Data for Open Science".

Open Science: Why should we share our research data openly (with the competition)? Dr. Henriette Litta will explore this question on Friday, October 21, 2022, from 11-12h as part of our HeFDI Data Talks. The event is online and free of charge.

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Lessons from Open (Government) Data for Open Science

HeFDI Data Talk on Friday, October 21, 2022, 11-12h

The online event is free of charge; To participate you have to register. With the registration you will receive the access data, which are valid for all talks of our two-week series.

Knowledge from public funds should also be publicly accessible. This principle has been established for some time, both in relation to science and for open government. While Open Data has already become the standard for administrative data, some researchers are still hesitant. What lessons can we learn from Open (Government) Data for open research data?

Dr. Henriette Litta from the Open Knowledge Foundation Deutschland e.V. explains to us the added value of open data for a free knowledge society. Why should we share our research data openly and thus also with the competition? Who benefits from our data? How can open data make our own processes more efficient? And how can we accompany the change to more openness?

HeFDI Data Talks is a virtual event series on current data management topics, held biweekly on Fridays from 11-12h. A program overview is also available.


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