In this workshop, we will consider the more or less recent quest to make science more ‘open’.
About Elize Schiweck
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Elize Schiweck contributed a whooping 25 entries.
Entries by Elize Schiweck
On Friday 25 October 2019, in new location the Social Impact Factory, WTMC will organize the next Writeshop.
Big tech through the eyes of the user
Precarity in the social-material networks of time-based media works of art
Advancing the evaluation of graduate programs in Brazil: A proposal for improvement of the courses’ assessment form and a study of suitable metrics and indicators for its application
(Re)Building Geographies of Care
“A New World of Observation”: Microscopists, Matter and Media, ca. 1850–1900
Resisting Closure: A Museum Studies Approach to Performing the Canonic Heritage of Symphonic Music
Understanding scientific progress using full-text analysis of scholarly publications
Finding Blind Spots: Data quality & the European Information Systems
for security, border and migration management
- CSI: The Paris Centre de Sociologie de L’innovation
- The European Association for the Study of Science and Technology (EASST)
- 4S: Society for Social Studies of Science
- LOGOS: the council of the national Dutch research schools in the Humanities
- Maastricht University STS
- BSTS - Belgian Science, Technology and Society
- WTMC Writeshop 25 October 2019
October 25, 2019
- WTMC PhD Workshop "Open"
November 18, 2019 - November 20, 2019
- WTMC PhD Workshop 'Providing Evidence for Policy Making'
November 29, 2019
- Save the date: WTMC Annual Meeting 13 December 2019
December 13, 2019