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Passport for open science

Creation and dissemination of a guide to open science for PhD students in all disciplines.

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  • To give PhD students an introductory vision summarizing open science (glossary, issues, mechanisms, benefits for the scientific community and more broadly for society);
  • To provide PhD students with the information required to put open science into practice.
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photo Joanna Janik
In charge of STI training projects at the DIST-CNRS
photo Joanna Janik
Joanna Janik
In charge of STI training projects at the DIST-CNRS

Joanna Janik is a senior research engineer in charge of STI training projects at the Scientific and Technical Information Department of the CNRS.

She has worked in different departments in scientific and technical information. She has also been in charge of documentary networks such as Isidora and Renatis for several years.

She was co-pilot of the BSN9 segment, of training, skills and uses. Thus, she took part in carrying out the DoRANum project, which has now become a digital training service for research data.

photo Jennifer Morival
Project leader, Passport for Open Science
photo Jennifer Morival
Jennifer Morival
Project leader, Passport for Open Science

Jennifer Morival, project engineer at the University of Lille libraries and learning center, coordinated the Passport for Open Science project.

She earned a Master in Library and Information Science in the United States and worked in different types of libraries in France before arriving at the University of Lille libraries, where she has worked on various missions including communication on library services and the launch of the institutional open access repository LillOA.

photo Julien Roche
University librarian and Director of the libraries and learning centers of the University of Lille
photo Julien Roche
Julien Roche
University librarian and Director of the libraries and learning centers of the University of Lille

Julien Roche is a university librarian and director of the libraries and learning centers of the university of Lille.

Julien Roche has implemented a set of actions for a more open science: setting up an institutional repository connected to HAL, supporting the writing of data management plans (DMP) and their management, from production to conservation.

He has been active internationally, particularly within the Executive Board of LIBER – the Association of European Research Libraries where he served for 8 years and is now Vice-President. As such, Julien Roche is both a witness and an actor of the major national and European developments in Open Science.

Julien Roche also has several national responsibilities, including the vice-presidency of ADBU. Furthermore, he is a member of the ABES Scientific Council and since 2015, HCERES expert. He has been a member of the BSN national working groups on Open Access and scientific publishing.

Members

Coordinating Team

  • Béatrice BERNARD (Université de Lille)
  • Odile CONTAT (MESRI)
  • Marin DACOS (MESRI)
  • Madeleine GEROUDET (Université de Lille)
  • Sabrina GRANGER (Université de Bordeaux)
  • Claire JOSSERAND (MESRI)
  • Claire LEYMONERIE (MESRI)
 

Writers

  • Johann BERTI (Aix-Marseille Université)
  • Marin DACOS (MESRI)
  • Gabriel GALLEZOT (Université Côte d'Azur)
  • Madeleine GÉROUDET (Université de Lille)
  • Sabrina GRANGER (Université de Bordeaux)
  • Joanna JANIK (DIST-CNRS)
  • Claire JOSSERAND (MESRI)
  • Jean-François LUTZ (Université de Lorraine)
  • Christine OKRET-MANVILLE (Université Paris Dauphine-PSL)
  • Sébastien PERRIN (Sorbonne Université)
  • Noël THIBOUD (Urfist de Strasbourg)
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