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Academic Career Assessment in the Transition to Open Science - Erstattet af webinars

  • 18 May 2020
  • Oslo

Academic Career Assessment in the Transition to Open Science

The European University Association (EUA) has opened registrations for the workshop on “Academic Career Assessment in the Transition to Open Science”. We are delighted to invite you to this event hosted by Universities Norway on 18 May 2020 in Oslo.

This workshop brings together universities, research funding organisations and policymakers for a timely discussion on academic career assessment. The event focuses on how to develop and implement evaluation approaches to reflect a changing environment where research is becoming openly available, learning and teaching are entering the digital age and knowledge exchange with society is high on the agenda.

For more information on the workshop and an up-to-date programme with confirmed speakers, please visit the event webpage. The event will be of interest to institutional leaders (rectors, vice-rectors and heads of administration), research department staff and management involved in learning and teaching, as well as representatives of other organisations.

Registering for the event

You can register for the workshop by filling out the registration form on the event webpage. The event is open to EUA members and selected partners and is free of charge. Please consult here if your institution is a member. Registrations will close on Friday, 1 May.

We aim to ensure that all members who desire to attend the event can participate. However, in order to guarantee regional and institutional balance, we may have to restrict attendance. Priority will be given to those who register early. Additional registrations will be placed on a waiting list once the event is full, even if this occurs before the registration deadline.

Should you have further questions, please contact the EUA Secretariat at research@eua.eu.



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