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Launch party of the MOOC "Digital technologies and research in health and life sciences"

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Launch party of the MOOC "Digital technologies and research in health and life sciences"

Time: October 19, 2015 from 6:30pm to 9pm
Country: France
Street: 10, rue Charles V
City/Town: Paris
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Event Type: launch, party
Organized By: Centre Virchow-Villermé de Santé Publique Paris-Berlin
Latest Activity: Oct 1, 2015

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Event Description

We are pleased to announce the upcoming release next October 19 of the MOOCSciNum "Digital technologies and research in health and life sciences. New practices and challenges". (in french) 

Since January 2015, more than 20 interviews and screencasts have been recorded in France and Quebec, thanks to the participation of speakers from various research institutions in France (USPC, Paris Descartes, Institut Pasteur, Université Pierre Mendes-France, Ecole des Mines, Paris School of Economics, etc.) and internationally (Laval University, UCL, Imperial College, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, etc. .). The MOOC brought together experts in the fields of public health, but also cognitive science, law and social sciences. This MOOC will present the major steps of a research study and the new practices and issues related to digital technologies. It is aimed primarily at an audience of PhD students, young researchers and professionals in the field of health and life sciences.

A launch party has been organized for October 19 at the CRI (10, rue Charles V, Paris). This event will present the MOOC and especially the content linked to the question of open access to scientific publications and data (legal framework).


6:30pm Welcoming guests

6:45pm Overview and presentation of the MOOC SciNUM

7:15pm The stakes of shared information and open scientific data: selected clips from the MOOC

7:45pm MOOC SciNum and the research project DISCOVER

8pm Buffet until 9pm

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