Graduate Campus UZH-Workshop on “The Legal Aspects of Open Science”

We gladly post this announcement by our colleagues at the Graduate Campus-UZH

Dear doctoral candidates and postdocs,

The Graduate Campus and the Data Services & Open Access Team of the University of Zurich are offering an online workshop on legal aspects of Open Science that is open to all junior researchers from Swiss higher education institutions.

When it comes to Open Science, one of the most common uncertainties in sharing publications and data openly is the legal framework. What can or cannot be shared? What licenses can be applied? Who owns the copyright to my article or dataset?

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, We’re Open!” hosted by the University of Zurich last August, a virtual workshop on “The Legal Aspects of Open Science” will take place on February 5, 2021 (9:00 – 13:00). Like the Summer School, this workshop is open to all doctoral students and postdocs of all Swiss universities, universities of applied sciences and universities of teacher education, as well as of all academic disciplines. It is led by CCdigitallaw and covers topics such as copyright, Creative Commons licenses and data protection, and it introduces the DMLawTool (Data Management Law Tool).

Participation in the workshop is not bound to participation in the Summer School or any other prior knowledge, and it is free of charge. You may register at the following link: