Open Science: Following the Roadmap for Research – Focus on Transparency – Nov. 9, 2021
November 9, 2021 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
This is the second session in the University of Toronto Libraries (UTL) hosted virtual series, Open Science: Following the Roadmap for Research, for the month of November. Each session is guided by one of the 5 principles of open scholarship as outlined in the "Roadmap for Open Science", published by the Government of Canada (Feb. 2020). This session will Focus on Transparency.
Sharing scientific outputs at different points across the research cycle and in ways that allow for discovery, access, and reuse is fundamental to increasing transparency in science. This session will examine the importance of sharing research findings to allow for public access and engagement, particularly for results that inform decision-making and impact public policy.
Moderator: Amber Leahey, Data and GIS Librarian, Scholars Portal; Interim Director, Scholars Portal Dataverse.
- Monica Granados, Open Science and Data Policy Advisor, Environment Canada and Climate Change Canada
- Benjamin Haibe-Kains, Associate Professor, Medical Biophysics, Termerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto; Senior Scientist, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
- Sara Elshafie, Founder and Principal, Science Through Story LLC
Audience: Open to all University of Toronto faculty, students and staff from all disciplines across the tri-campus.