Summary of the semester, questions about the exam, takeaways

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VO Sharing is daring: Open Science approaches to Digital Humanities

Please read the lesson script below and complete the tasks.

Questions, remarks, issues? Participate in the Zoom meeting on Mon, 22.06.2020, 5 p.m. - 6 p.m.!

Mon, 22.06., 16:45 - 18:15: Summary of the semester, questions about the exam, takeaways[Bearbeiten]

Task 1[Bearbeiten]

Bernhard Schubert mentioned last week that you should check out the Open Library of the Humanities - so this is your (almost) final task for the semester.

We are not making our last session into a boring Q&A about the exam, but into a movie night! We have spent the semester learning about the technicalities of Open Science, about how to do it in practice, what infrastructures to use. Time and again we have touched upon the reasons for opening up science. But we are not the first people to think about this: The makers of the movie "Paywall" have done the same.

Task 2[Bearbeiten]

Make some popcorn, bring a coke, beer, bottle of water or other snack and beverage of your choice, and watch "Paywall: The Business of Scholarship".

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Information on the exam and exam modalities is available here. Should you still have any questions, remarks, issues about the exam or any of the topics we discussed in the course of the semester, please participate in the Zoom meeting on Mon, 22.06.2020, 5 p.m. - 6 p.m.!

Further inspirational material[Bearbeiten]