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
|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.
|Why did you use the Open Science practice(s) (e.g., what are the benefits and for whom)
|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.
|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.