Adrien Demilly

Adrien Demilly

Sorbonne University Library

    Adrien Demilly has been a teaching engineer at Sorbonne University library since 2016 and is part of the “training and innovation in education” team. He teaches information literacy to students from bachelor to Ph.D. level and is part of the team responsible for Sorbonne University’s Open Science MOOC. He also creates innovative teaching formats and educational games for the library.

    All Sessions by Adrien Demilly

    Chapter XLIII: Sorbonne 12-12-2023
    15:35 - 15:45

    Building skills on open science : creation of a MOOC

    Following the french National Plan for Open Science in 2018, Sorbonne University’s Open Science MOOC was created with the primary goal of training PhD students across all academic fields to the, at the time, emerging topic of Open Science. With a main team of four people, and recruiting colleagues along the way within the Sorbonne University and Museum national d’Histoire naturelle libraries, we created a teaching program that includes a wide spectrum of topics, from the expected open access publication and open data, to the more sensitive questions of research integrity, evaluation, and even more. In this presentation, we will detail our process, our choices regarding content and speakers, and how we tried to create a format that is both engaging and rewarding for students of academic disciplines.

    16:15 - 16:30

    Discussion Panel 2

    Chapter XLIII: Sorbonne 12-12-2023
    15:35 - 15:45

    Building skills on open science : creation of a MOOC

    Following the french National Plan for Open Science in 2018, Sorbonne University’s Open Science MOOC was created with the primary goal of training PhD students across all academic fields to the, at the time, emerging topic of Open Science. With a main team of four people, and recruiting colleagues along the way within the Sorbonne University and Museum national d’Histoire naturelle libraries, we created a teaching program that includes a wide spectrum of topics, from the expected open access publication and open data, to the more sensitive questions of research integrity, evaluation, and even more. In this presentation, we will detail our process, our choices regarding content and speakers, and how we tried to create a format that is both engaging and rewarding for students of academic disciplines.

    16:15 - 16:30

    Discussion Panel 2

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    @KarelLuyben sets up our discussion: Fundamental research driven by curiosity is critical, linking to pragmatic and utility driven research and industry.
    Our basis for collaboration:
    – Respect
    – Trust
    – Friendship https://focusopenscience.org/book/20cesaer/ #OSBiz2020