Open Science: A Practical Guide for Early-Career Researchers

Loek Brinkman, Elly Dijk, Hans de Jonge, Nicole Loorbach, Daan Rutten*

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The Dutch consortium of University Libraries and the National Library of the Netherlands (UKB), together with the Universities of The Netherlands (UNL), the Dutch national centre of expertise and repository for research data (DANS) and the Dutch Research Council (NWO), has published a practical guide on Open Science.

Beginning researchers are an important link in the transition to Open Science, so this guide is aimed at PhD candidates, Research Master Students, and early-career researchers from all disciplines at Dutch universities and research institutes. It is designed to accompany researchers in every step of their research, from the phase of preparing your research project and discovering relevant resources (chapter 2) to the phase of data collection and analysis (chapter 3), writing and publishing articles, data, and other research output (chapter 4), and outreach and assessment (chapter 5). Every chapter provides you with the best tools and practices to implement Open Science immediately.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationUtrecht/Amsterdam
Number of pages31
Publication statusPublished - 31 May 2023


  • open science
  • early career researchers
  • guide


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