[open-science] Open Science 101 @ Mozilla Science Lab Global Sprint 2016 - your help needed
jcmcoppice12 at gmail.com
Tue May 31 11:21:46 UTC 2016
Great initiative :)
There is so much content being produced that it becomes really important to
collate and curate materials for specific purposes.
One related project is Sophie Kay's collection of slides and resources from
her Panton Fellowship project the Open Science Training Initiative:
They are CC-By though, not public domain. I have added an issue on the repo.
On Tue, May 17, 2016 at 10:00 PM, Konrad Förstner <konrad at foerstner.org>
> Dear all,
> we want to use the Mozilla Science Lab Global Sprint 2016  to start
> a collection of open (CC0) educational materials around the topic Open
> Science in order to make teaching the principals of Open Science
> easier. To get this started we created a repo at github .
> You are warmly invited to help by
> - pointing us to other projects with similar aims
> - adding topics/suggestion in the issue tracker 
> - joining us during the sprint and after that. We have a slack channel
> . Alternatively contact me.
> - being creative
>  https://www.mozillascience.org/global-sprint-2016
>  https://github.com/OKScienceDE/Open_Science_101
>  https://github.com/OKScienceDE/Open_Science_101/issues/
>  https://openknowledgegermany.slack.com/messages/open_science_101/
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