PhD Training Week - MODULE 1

27mar9:00 am1:00 pmPhD Training Week - MODULE 19:00 am - 1:00 pm(GMT+02:00) via Venezia 13

Event Details

The training course, composed of two modules, aims to introduce early-career researchers to scientific communication and to the principles of Open Science (Open Access to documents, Open Data, Open Licences). Students will receive information and suggestions on the available e-infrastructures, tools, and services for publishing in Open Access and managing Open Data.

Prof. Raffaghelli will hold a speech on “Beyond myths: practices and reflections for doing open science“. If Open Science is a desirable frontier of practice: Why is it so hard for us researchers to engage in a creative and conscious practice of open science? Where do the perplexities come from? Why are block not only individuals, but also scientific communities in the progress to embrace Open Science? In this presentation, I will focus on my praxis, i.e. how from lived experience with and through doing open science has led me to deconstruct some frequent myths. This approach may simply spur curiosity and reflection on what is a unique positioning for each researcher. But curiosity can fuel personal motivations and engagement to build new pathways of good practice.

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Time

(Monday) 9:00 am - 1:00 pm(GMT+02:00)

Location

Aula EF6 Ex-Fiat Building - University of Padua

via Venezia 13

Speakers for this event

  • Juliana Elisa Raffaghelli

    Juliana Elisa Raffaghelli

    Prof.

    University of Padua

    RTDB at the Department of Philosophy, Sociology, Pedagogy and Applied Psychology. Former Ramón y Cajal researcher at the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (Spain) and research associate of the Edul@b group at the same university, as well as the National University of Entre Rios (Argentina). Recent publications: ‘Data Cultures in Higher Education: Emergent Practices and the Challenge Ahead’ (Springer), among other articles and contributions on datafication and critical data literacy in the post-digital society.

    Prof.

  • Linda Cappellato

    Linda Cappellato

    University Library System

    University of Padua

    Linda Cappellato graduated in Archaeology and Archival and Library Science, and
    works at the Digital Library Department of the University of Padua Library
    Centre. She is involved in services related to digital collections, institutional
    archives, open science, virtual exhibitions and information literacy. She is
    part of the Open Access Task Force of the University Library System.

    University Library System

  • Michela Zorzi

    Michela Zorzi

    University Library System

    University of Padua

    Michela Zorzi is librarian at the Library System of the University of Padua.
    Since 2017 she has been in charge of the Research Support Service on Open
    Science topics in the Digital Library Department, and coordinates the Open
    Access Task Force of the University Library System.

    University Library System

  • Raffaella Cattarinussi

    Raffaella Cattarinussi

    University Library System

    University of Padua

    Raffaella Cattarinussi is librarian at the Agripolis Central Library
    (UNIPD). She deals with journals and e-journals management, information
    literacy, Open Access, and customer service. She is part of the Open Access
    Task Force of the University Library System.

    University Library System

  • Silvia Tapparo

    Silvia Tapparo

    University Library System

    University of Padua

    Silvia Tapparo began working at the Library System of the University of Padua in
    2002. Since 2014 she has been working in the Vicenza branch of the Engineering
    Library. There she deals with: front office services, document supply and the management
    of monographs. Since 2021 she is part of the Open Access Task Force of the
    University Library System.

    University Library System

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