Event: DH Virtual Discussion Group for Early Career Researchers in Belgium

The DH Commons (Merisa Martinez and Demmy Verbeke) and prof. dr. Julie Birkholz of the Ghent Center for Digital Humanities and the Royal Library of Belgium’s newly formed Digital Research Lab will organize a virtual DH discussion group for early career researchers in Belgium. With the goal of collaborating despite Covid-19, we are going to meet online three times in the first semester of this academic year. Julie and Merisa will moderate three 90 minute sessions on: Tuesday 13 October from 15:00 – 16:30;…

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Interview: Why Open Science? There can be no public trust in scholarship without openness

Mathematical engineer Joos Vandewalle, emeritus professor at the Faculty of Engineering Science (ESAT-STADIUS), is the very first Open Science ambassador at KU Leuven. Katrien Bollen, from KU Leuven’s Press Office and Policy Communications, interviewed Prof. Vandewalle about his views on Open Science. The general public needs to trust scientists, and that requires openness. “In fact, without public trust, science loses much of its value. The corona crisis is a good example of this, but the same goes for research into,…

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Pinned post: Welcome to The Scholarly Tales

Welcome to The Scholarly Tales blog! This blog is managed by the research team within KU Leuven Libraries Artes. Here you will find different kinds of useful content geared mainly towards KU Leuven researchers at the Faculty of Arts in particular and the humanities in general: Information about tools, training opportunities, and events, inside and outside KU Leuven. This includes, for example, much-needed training opportunities on specific tools. This way, the blog can serve as an intermediary for all kinds of…

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