UNESCO Recommendations on Open Science PresentationsRead Article
Dr. Martiale Zebaze Kana of the UNESCO Regional Office for Southern Africa shared on the cradle, highlights, values and principles of open science.
Towards Open Access and Open Science: The role of Botswana Library and Information Centres in BotsREN PresentationsRead Article
Iryna Kuchma, the Open Access Programme Manager shared this presentation at the LIBSENSE Open Science Symposium in Botswana. The thrust of the presentation was on the diverse roles of library stakeholders in advancing open access and open science in the Botswana
Dr Kostas Glinos, a science and technology policy expert's presentation was on open science has revolutionalise the study of science. He also shared on the future of open science and how local and international stakeholders can help to advance open science.
LIBSENSE Open Science Workshop in Tunis AgendaDownload
This is the agenda for the LIBSENSE Open Science Workshop in Tunis in November 2022.
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The Value of Open Science to Early Career Researchers PresentationsDownload
This presentation by Dr. Tom Tagoe centred on the aspect of open science that is most relevant to early career researchers and how this aspect help to meet their research needs.
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LIBSENSE – Strengthening Open Science in Africa PresentationsDownload
The presentation centered on the strategy, activities, impact and next steps for the LIBSENSE programme. Presentation was done by LIBSENSE Coordinator, Omo Oaiya, at the LIBSENSE Open Science Symposium - Ghana.
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The Library as Enabler of Open Science PresentationsDownload
The Chair of CARLIGH, Dr. Mac-Anthony Cobblah did the presentation at the LIBSENSE Open Science Symposium - Ghana. The emphasis was on how librarians perceive and contribute to the open science movement and its principles.
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Science Communication in Open Science Era PresentationsDownload
The presentation highlights the importance and opportunities science communication offers to the open science movements. It describes the various platforms and tactics that can be adopted to enhance science communication in the era of open science.
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Ideas on Open Science for Public Health in Africa PresentationsDownload
This presentation focuses on the results and implications of a research jointly conducted by PublicHealth.Africa and LIBSENSE to discover the proportion of African journals in Public Health that publish their articles in various categories of open access. The presentation was done at the LIBSENSE Open Science Symposium - Ghana.
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NRENs as providers of Open Scholarly Infrastructure: How GARNET Supports Open Science in Ghana PresentationsDownload
This presentation highlights the actions GARNET has and is still taking to support the building blocks of open science in Ghana. This was presented at the LIBSENSE Open Science Symposium - Ghana in Accra on Wednesday, Oct 19, 2022.
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National Open Science Policy Template TemplatesDownload
This template was developed by the LIBSENSE Policy Working Group. The aim is to provide a draft text of an open science policy, which can be used and amended by any country interested in adopting an open science policy. The template expands the scope of the earlier Version 1 to move beyond open access articles and includes research data and other research outputs.
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Open Access Publication in Public Health Research in African Journals PresentationsDownload
A presentation made by Dominick Adjei Dankwa on the results of the collaborative work between LIBSENSE and Public Health.Africa. Presented at the LIBSENSE-PHA webinar on Wednesday, June 29, 2022.
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