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ROOTING THE FUTURE
OF OPEN RESEARCH:
WORKING FOR AN OPEN
SCIENCE UNIVERSITY
@rchampieux
@ OHSU
Biomedical research intensive
$376 million in grants & awards
2,600 faculty
2,860 students
23rd in nati...
THE OPEN SCIENCE
ICEBERG
ISSUES,OPPORTUNITIES,STRATEGIES
@rchampieux
MINDING THE GAPS
@rchampieux
@rchampieux
@rchampieux
@rchampieux
MAKING &
REMAKING
CONNECTIONS
@rchampieux
MATURING
@rchampieux
NAVIGATING THE ISSUES &
OPPORTUNITIES
TANGIBLE REWARDS
MAKE IT MEANINGFUL &
MEASURABLE
DOMAIN KNOWLEDGE
FIND YOUR PARTNERS...
PEOPLE FOCUSED WINS
@rchampieux
THERE ARE LOTS OF
CHALLENGES (IOW:
SOMETIMES I CRY)
@rchampieux
THANKS!
You can find me at
@rchampieux
champieu@ohsu.edu
http://orcid.org/0000-0001-7023-9832
ADDITIONAL CREDITS
◦ My amazing colleagues and collaborators
at OHSU!
◦ Presentation template adapted from
SlidesCarnival
...
Rooting the Future of Open Research: Working for an Open Science University — Robin Champieux - OpenCon 2017
Rooting the Future of Open Research: Working for an Open Science University — Robin Champieux - OpenCon 2017
Rooting the Future of Open Research: Working for an Open Science University — Robin Champieux - OpenCon 2017
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This presentation by Robin Champieux was part of OpenCon 2017's Next-Generation Initiatives Advancing Open panel.

How do you build a university culture of open science, one that isn't motivated by top-down policies, but shared understandings of knowledge production and communication? Robin Champieux spoke about the work she's been doing with students, early career researchers, and faculty to engage and build grassroots support for open science and the outcomes it can drive through educational opportunities, partnerships, and community events. She shared the rewards and challenges of leading an open advocacy initiate with inspiring, but often unconventional successes and how she and her collaborators are thinking about the future of their work.

Rooting the Future of Open Research: Working for an Open Science University — Robin Champieux - OpenCon 2017

  1. 1. ROOTING THE FUTURE OF OPEN RESEARCH: WORKING FOR AN OPEN SCIENCE UNIVERSITY
  2. 2. @rchampieux @ OHSU Biomedical research intensive $376 million in grants & awards 2,600 faculty 2,860 students 23rd in nation for NIH support
  3. 3. THE OPEN SCIENCE ICEBERG ISSUES,OPPORTUNITIES,STRATEGIES @rchampieux
  4. 4. MINDING THE GAPS @rchampieux
  5. 5. @rchampieux
  6. 6. @rchampieux
  7. 7. @rchampieux
  8. 8. MAKING & REMAKING CONNECTIONS @rchampieux
  9. 9. MATURING @rchampieux
  10. 10. NAVIGATING THE ISSUES & OPPORTUNITIES TANGIBLE REWARDS MAKE IT MEANINGFUL & MEASURABLE DOMAIN KNOWLEDGE FIND YOUR PARTNERS START WITH YOUR ALLIES LEARN NOT TO REINVENT THE STATUS QUO @rchampieux
  11. 11. PEOPLE FOCUSED WINS @rchampieux
  12. 12. THERE ARE LOTS OF CHALLENGES (IOW: SOMETIMES I CRY) @rchampieux
  13. 13. THANKS! You can find me at @rchampieux champieu@ohsu.edu http://orcid.org/0000-0001-7023-9832
  14. 14. ADDITIONAL CREDITS ◦ My amazing colleagues and collaborators at OHSU! ◦ Presentation template adapted from SlidesCarnival ◦ Iceberg and interlocking circle images adapted from Slide Bazaar
  • MahaGasim

    Jun. 14, 2018

This presentation by Robin Champieux was part of OpenCon 2017's Next-Generation Initiatives Advancing Open panel. How do you build a university culture of open science, one that isn't motivated by top-down policies, but shared understandings of knowledge production and communication? Robin Champieux spoke about the work she's been doing with students, early career researchers, and faculty to engage and build grassroots support for open science and the outcomes it can drive through educational opportunities, partnerships, and community events. She shared the rewards and challenges of leading an open advocacy initiate with inspiring, but often unconventional successes and how she and her collaborators are thinking about the future of their work.

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