Digital Scholarship @ Leiden

  • The Data Management perspective @ Leiden Law School

    The Data Management perspective @ Leiden Law School

    Since funders, university and publishers have strict requirements on responsible research data management, there is a great need for experts in the field who can advise and support researchers in a practical way. One of these experts is Mareike Boom.
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  • My experiences as an ‘ORCID peddler’ so far

    My experiences as an ‘ORCID peddler’ so far

    Last Spring our ORCID project team was joined by Klawa Koppenol, who was to undertake the task of approaching researchers and convince them that they needed an ORCID. Today she shares her experiences and the objections she encountered 'in the field'.
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  • Think Twice Before Sharing Your Docs

    Think Twice Before Sharing Your Docs

    Earlier this month, Yandex turned up results from Google Docs that clearly were not meant to be visible to a broader public. On the night of 4th-5th July, Russia’s premier search engine Yandex showed it is capable of returning shared documents in its sea
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  • Make your visibility RISE (part 2)

    Make your visibility RISE (part 2)

    On June 21 2018, my colleagues and I presented how to increase the visibility of both your research and yourself. You can find an overview of the afternoon elsewhere, but I'm sharing my presentation in full here, as an update to my 2015 WISE presentation .
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  • Make your visibility RISE (part 1)

    Make your visibility RISE (part 1)

    This spring, Michelle van den Berk, Rutger de Jong, and I were invited to present at the RISE network on how to increase the visibility of both your research and yourself. Today I wanted to share summaries of the presentations and workshop we gave.
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