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Interactive Panel: Open Science Marathon for Early Career Researchers

Tarih ve Saat: 27 Ekim Perşembe, 10:00
Organizatörler: EELISA Open Science Community and Scholarly Communication Network
Kayıt linki: https://itu-edu-tr.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUpdumvrDosGtZ6MbM14M64E7ejx8WX92sk

10:00-10:15 Welcoming Speeches Information on the content and format of the panel
Burcu Bulut, İstanbul Technical University & EELISA Open Science Community
10:15-11:15 Interactive panel
Zehra Taşkın, Hacettepe University & Adam Mickiewicz University-SCN Co-founder
Güleda Doğan, Hacettepe University-SCN Co-founder
Franciszek Krawczyk, Ph.D. candidate – Adam Mickiewicz University
11:15-11:30 Overall assessment and closing

About the panel
Aim of the panel is to create awareness on how daily open science practices will help the early career researchers’ advancement. Academia is getting more and more competitive every day, especially for early career researchers (ECRs) who are at the beginning of their careers. Surviving in academia is a challenge for many ECRs because of the scarcity of permanent positions, geographical inequalities, tenured gatekeepers, imbalances in the distribution of funds, etc. However, the world is facing serious problems about sustainability such as climate change or energy crisis, and it is essential to support and engage with young researchers to find solutions to these problems. Therefore, it is necessary to listen to the expectations and challenges of ECRs, and develop policies in accordance with these expectations. With this interactive seminar, we aim to listen to their expectations and discuss the role of open science to make their research environment better. Most of the open science studies claim that open science removes barriers in science, and we would like to remove the barriers of ECRs using the power of open science. We welcome all ECRs to our interactive seminar to raise the voices of ECRs. There will be no scheduled presentation during the interactive panel. Three moderators will be there to ask questions and answer any questions to be asked. These moderators will kick off the panel by sharing their own experiences based on daily open science practices to guide attendees. Microphones will be open for each participant to share their ideas and a special miro board will be designed for sharing ideas.