Submit your own Open Science case
The submission form requires the following information, if you apply for the Lighthouse Award yourself:
|Case Study Title||The case study should be no more than 800 words in total.|
|Open Science objectives/practices||Please specify one or more of the Open Science objectives/practices addressed in your case study|
|Introduction||Please provide a brief description of the open practice(s) and tool(s) used, as well as the context in which the open practices were used.|
|Motivation||Why did you use the Open Science practice(s) (e.g., what are the benefits and for whom)|
|Lessons learned||Please reflect on the barriers or challenges and/or supporting factors (e.g., supervisor, workshops, infrastructure, funding) encountered.|
- How much extra time did the open practices require?
- URLs, references and further information
- word count (excluding title, URLs, references and further information)
Nominate a colleague
The submission form requires the following information, if you nominate a colleague:
|Your contact information||Your nomination is anonymous|
|The contact information of the nominee||After your nomination, we will contact the nominee to ask for permission.|
|Motivation||Please describe why you think that your colleague deserves the first Open Science Lighthouse Award.|
The description should be no more than 500 words in total. You can include information on the Open Science objectives/practices that your colleague advances, how they inspire you and others to open your research or how your colleague and others are benefiting from their open research practices.