Author Archives: Stephanie Krueger
New video featuring Dr. Thorsten Beck and image manipulation research at the HEADT Centre — Humboldt-Elsevier Advanced Data and Text Centre. I will use this video in my next doctoral student ethics course.
A thoughful commentary from Dr. Michael J. Bojdys regarding ERC starting grants and doctoral/postdoc education in the Czech context: Reformists in the Czech Republic are asking for help and legitimacy….One way would be by empowering Czech universities in a ‘Czech … Continue reading
EBLIDA, the European Bureau of Library, Information, and Document Associations, together with 34 other organizations has drafted a letter calling for an improved education exemption in the proposed DSM directive. Additional Reading: Full letter EBLIDA Copyright reform backgrounder
Interview with Dutch scientific publishing negotiator, Koen Becking: In the end we’re talking about taxpayer money, which should be used to the benefit of society.
An elegant tribute to close mentorship and gender equality advocate Ben Barres, neurobiologist. Excerpt: Barres devoted much of his last decade to publicly describing the challenges he had faced as a woman in science, and offering ways to correct a … Continue reading
Well worth a read (applicable not just to journalism anymore!); excerpt: The central problem is that the entire industry is built to leverage sophisticated technology to aggregate user attention and sell advertising. https://www.newamerica.org/public-interest-technology/policy-papers/digitaldeceit/
December 2017 report, Co-ordination and support of open international research networks: International research data networks are critical for progress in many scientific domains and underpin efforts to promote Open Science. At the same time, many of these networks are fragile … Continue reading
I highly recommend reading the G7 Science Ministers’ Communiqué dated 28 September 2017. At times, the day-to-day struggle of educating young scientists in today’s world can seem so daunting. It’s at least refreshing to read a clear message outlining where … Continue reading
Still time to join the Science of Science Communication III webinar: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/science-of-science-communication-iii-webcast-registration-36280589219
From Emily Gari, University of Colorado at Boulder. Additional Reading Gari, E. (2017). STEM Preprint Repositories: Where Are They Now? Inside Science Resources. https://insidescienceresources.wordpress.com/2017/08/15/stem-preprint-repositories-where-are-they-now/