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The Open Science Community Delft (OSCD) is an inclusive learning community that focuses on sharing and promoting Open Science practices.
We are part of a bigger group! OSCD is part of the International Network of Open Science and Scholarship Communities (INOSC) . INOSC members include:
The 13 open science communities worldwide. Image by Anita Eerland, licensed under CC BY-ND 3.0.
Everyone who is interested in any aspects of open science.
Please do note that we expect everyone to follow our Code of Conduct.
We’re actively developing and learning as a community - in other words, we’re almost always “work-in-progress”, looking for new ideas and input!
Inform development of TU Delft open science policies and the TU Delft Open Science Programme: you will be invited to contribute as consultants and beta-testers for policies, services and training offered as part of the TU Delft Open Science Programme
Learn and practise new skills: you can attend training and workshops to learn more about open science. Also, by presenting at departmental and faculty events and training, you will have opportunity to learn and practise effective and engaging communication, and to build a speaker profile.
Increased impact: become the local open science expert in your community and champion open practices! You can be recognised by your faculty management and on this website, and have the opportunity to be featured on the community blog.
Sign up to join the Open Science Community Delft.
To achieve our aim of learning and sharing, it is essential that we maintain a welcoming and supportive environment for everyone who wants to participate. This is why we ask you to follow our Code of Conduct in all interactions both on and offline.
In short, we ask everyone to be respectful, inclusive and open to learning from everyone else. We do not tolerate any form of harrassment (please refer to the Code of Conduct for more details on what these are). If you do experience these behaviours, please contact the community’s coordinator Emmy Tsang at f [dot] tsang [at] tudelft [dot] nl.
In addition to this Code of Conduct, we expect all OSCD members to adhere to the TU Delft Code of Conduct and the TU Delft Regulations for Complaints Concerning Undesirable Behaviour.