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Team UBLeiden wins audience award Hackathon Linked Open Data
Last weekend, Team UBLeiden won the audience award after a 24 hours Hackathon with Linked Open Data (HackaLOD)! The team volunteered to be locked up with many ‘cultural competing colleagues' in the Posthoornkerk in Amsterdam. For the HackaLOD Team UBLeiden combined in a game prints of monuments and…
Team with staff from Leiden wins important open science prize
A team including staff from Leiden University won the Open Initiative Trophy on 11 February, a prize for the best open science initiative in the Netherlands. The winners developed Reprohak, a hackathon-like event where participants repeat research to see whether the results were reproducible.
Uploading student theses
The Student Repository is part of Scholarly Publications Leiden University and offers an online archive that makes Bachelor and Master theses easily searchable and publicly available.
A bibliographic manager is software with which you can gather, store and organize your references, including pdf-files. You can insert citations and a bibliography in your Word document and change the references in almost any style, like APA or MLA. The reference manager allows you to search, sort…
Digital Infrastructure Insights Fund (D//F) for John Boy
With a grant from the Digital Infrastructure Insights Fund D//F, John Boy and members of the d12n research cluster will explore new ways critical technologists try to align their work with digital technology with the political goal of defending the public interest.
- Introduction to Digital Humanities
Leiden University & Elsevier Symposium on Digital Sovereignty
Our ever-increasing reliance on software and technologies, out of convenience, necessity or otherwise, binds us to supranational and commercial companies that provide them. Is it essential that governments, universities, and researchers ensure that they continue to be in control of their data and software?…
- Leiden University & Elsevier Symposium on Digital Sovereignty