Online Conference: “Wanted: Social Media Data” organized by the KBR

If you are interested in using social media data for research or social media archiving practices, mark your calendars for 15 September 2022. The Royal Library of Belgium (KBR) will host a one-day online conference where the main results of the BESOCIAL research project will be presented and international and Belgian speakers will share their expertise expertise on topics such as using tweets as historical sources, lowering barriers to access the archived web, the opportunities and challenges of doing social…

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Event: Open Science day KU Leuven 2022

On Monday 9 May 2022 KU Leuven will organize the 2022 edition of the Open Science day, an event where researchers share their experiences about applying Open Science principles in their research. This hybrid event (online and in Leuven, Irish College) is open to all KU Leuven researchers but registration is required – closing dates for registration: April 25 (if you wish to attend in Leuven) and May 6 (if you prefer to participate online). The 2022 edition is conceived as a forum…

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Event: ENCODE Project Conference: Multilingual and Multicultural Digital Infrastructures for Ancient Written Artefacts

On 2 November 2021 the 3rd ENCODE Project Conference (Multilingual and Multicultural Digital Infrastructures for Ancient Written Artefacts) will take place. This online conference is organized by the Ancient History research unit of KU Leuven as part of the ENCODE cooperative. ENCODE brings together six partners within a three-year Erasmus+ Strategic partnership for higher education: Alma Mater Studiorum Università di Bologna, Julius Maximilian Universität Würzburg, KU Leuven, Università degli studi di Parma, Universität Hamburg, Universitetet I Oslo. ENCODE aims at enhancing essential…

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Event: KU Leuven Open Science Study Day on 3 May

Would you like to discuss Open Science from a researcher’s perspective? Register for the online  study day that will take place on 3 May.  KU Leuven researchers will share their views on topics like reproducibility in research, citizen science, responsible open research and data sharing. Keynote speakers for this event will be Johan Neyts and Dorothy Bishop, professor of developmental neuropsychology at Oxford. Also have a look at the programme on the Open Science website.

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