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Sunday, November 12 • 15:15 - 16:30
How might we help supporters of openness take steps towards open practice without needing to change existing rules? - Part 2 (Culture Change Workshop - Asia) LIMITED

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OpenCon’s mission is to catalyse action towards contextual culture change, at scale. One of our first experiments in doing this is to create ways to give participants the opportunity to constructively identify, understand, and tackle challenges that matter where they are. In these workshops, participants will use design thinking to create shareable, concrete outputs from the workshop that can give birth to regional collaboration, novel ideas for action, projects to rally around, and a deeper understanding of challenges. We hope this will feed into OpenCon’s Do-a-thon, where participants will report back on their learnings, deepen them, and get a chance to take action. Remote participants will be invited to input into these outputs before, during and after the meeting.


Speakers
avatar for Vinodh Ilangovan

Vinodh Ilangovan

Research Fellow, Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry
I am a biomedical scientist working on biological clocks and sleep. I think about Open Science, Open Peer Review and Open Data as a means to achieve reproducibility in research. I am interested on how early career researchers can steer the evolution of research evaluation. I will... Read More →
avatar for Linda Lew

Linda Lew

Reporter, SCMP
My name is Linda Lew, a Chinese New Zealander working as a reporter for the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong. I'm an open access and open data advocate promoting the movement in China.


Sunday November 12, 2017 15:15 - 16:30
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