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A podcast about Open Science, Open Access, Open Education, Open Data, Open Software ... pretty much «open anything». Produced by the University Library at UIT The Arctic University of Norway. Founder and host of episodes 1-31: Erik Lieungh. Host from episode 32 onwards: Per Pippin Aspaas.
 
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In this episode, Kim Huijpen from the Association of Universities in the Netherlands (VSNU) tells about the programme following the publication of Room for Everyone's Talent, a position paper aiming for a wholescale overhaul of the practices of research assessment in the Netherlands. The podcast interview was made in conjunction with the Munin Conf…
 
A discussion on the new service Open Polar: The Global Open Access Portal for Research Data and Publications on the Arctic and Antarctic (https://openpolar.no). Presenting only freely available documents on the Arctic and Antarctic, Open Polar is a thematic search engine that can be a useful tool for both researchers and decision makers. Tamer Abu-…
 
This interview was recorded in July 2020 for DocEnhance (docenhance.eu), an EU-funded project that aims to broaden the expertise of PhDs by developing courses in transferable skills. One such transferable skill is how to manage your research data in a transparent manner and as much as possible in accordance with the FAIR principles (Findable, Acces…
 
We are joined again by former THA guest Chris from the "ChickenWire" politics and comedy Youtube channel. Following his time out from his channel we catch up with him. Paul John and Chris share their views on the current state of affairs. Related Links: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxbihqx5mqMkoHqG9T4CBdQ https://www.facebook.com/chickenwireson…
 
David Parry joins us again for an update on the "Nephilim Anthropology Conference" in the UK and details on how the first event will now be done online due to the ongoing uncertainty regarding the Corona Virus. We will also hear from the founder of Ted X Lambeth and co-organizer and sponsor, Daniele Irandoost, as he also joined us for an update.…
 
David Parry joins us again for a catch-up and an update on next year's "Nephilim Anthropology Conference" in the UK. Also joining us is Daniele Irandoost, the founder of Ted X Lambeth who is sponsoring the event. Related Links: https://nacon2021.eventbrite.co.uk/
 
Eirik Samuelsen, senior meteorologist at the Norwegian Meteorological Institute (Met) and UiT The Arctic University of Norway, discusses the importance of citizen science to current meteorology in Norway. Amateurs contribute to the improvement of weather forecasts in various ways, from anecdotic but valuable feedback on errors in the forecast to a …
 
Internet trending "Think For Your Self" joins John White for a talk about his new enlightened views towards trump and the political trajectory we are all seeing unfold rapidly today. Related links: https://twitter.com/CoronavirusFor
 
Mariann Løkse, head of Library Services, and Øystein Lund, head of the Resource Center for Teaching, Learning and Techology at UiT The Arctic University of Norway share their thoughts on open education. They talk us through information literacy, MOOCs, learning outcomes from online courses as compared to traditional classroom lectures, and a range …
 
Mark Puryear is the director and founder of the new incarnation of "The Norroena Society". The Norroena Society is an organization dedicated to the thorough and proper investigation of the ancestral traditions of Northern Europe as well as promoting their results and expansion of the Asatru faith. Related links: https://norroena.org/…
 
We welcome Stefanie back to THA. The founder of Stellium Astrology, A Consultant Astrologer, Blogger, Vlogger & Researcher now based in Northampton where she also now works for the NHS. We talk about a huge moment in the Astrological trajectory and how it lines up with the very strange times we are now witnessing, That had inspired her to make some…
 
In this episode, we are discussing SMARTool (Strategic Mastery of Russian Tool), a free-to-use online resource for learners of the Russian language. Professor of Russian Laura Janda explains the pedagogical principles behind the tool and plans for future expansions, whereas IT engineer Radovan Bast shares his views on how the choice of sharing the …
 
In this episode, we are exploring a student's perspective on open science – and specifically replication studies. Kristoffer Klevjer recently finished his master’s degree in psychology at UiT The Arctic University of Norway and has now taken on a PhD. But already as a master student, he was involved in replication studies. In his experience, replic…
 
In this episode, we are discussing how to teach open science to PhD students. Helene N. Andreassen, head of Library Teaching and Learning Support at the University Library of UiT the Arctic University of Norway shares her experiences with the integration of open science in a special, tailor-made course for PhD's that have just started their project…
 
In this episode, we are talking about what it is like to live without the larger journal deals. In 2018, Sweden announced that they terminated their previous agreement with Elsevier, and was without a deal until the start of 2020. We want to know how the library and researchers managed without, what they did, and how they feel about the new deal th…
 
What is the historical relationship between publishing, money-making and scholarly mission? We explore the past with our guest Aileen Fyfe. She is a historian of science, technology and publishing, and Professor of Modern History at the University of St Andrews. The host of this episode is Erik Lieungh.…
 
In this episode, we are talking about code and the benefits of making your code available in a peer review process and having it checked. Our guest is Dr. Stephen Eglen from the department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at the University of Cambridge. Together with Dr. Daniel Nüst, from the University of Münster, he has created Code…
 
Our guest today is Lucy Barnes, Editor and Project Coordinator at Open Book Publishers. She talks about what it is to be a small not-for-profit open access book publisher. Together with other publishers, they have formed ScholarLed with the philosophy of ‘scaling small’; in other words, rather than seeking to grow their reach by any one of them bec…
 
In this episode, we talk about Music Research, and how it is to practice open research within this field. Our guest is Alexander Jensenius, Associate Professor at the Department of Musicology- Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Rhythm, Time and Motion (IMV) at the University of Oslo. He is also behind MusicLAb, an event-based project where dat…
 
We welcome back Claire Rae Rendall to THA Talks. An author and transsexual woman who holds an Honors Degree in Philosophy, Psychology and a Graduate Diploma in Art Therapy. Her book “Waking The Monkey!, Becoming the Hundredth Monkey” will soon be followed up by her new book "The War on Gender". We catch up with Claire for a talk on the recent polit…
 
Is it fair that researchers and policymakers in low-income countries have to pay to read new research on diseases they treat? Today's guest is Robert Terry from the World Health Organization’s Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR), where he works as a manager of research policy. His background is from both the Royal…
 
There are other ways of doing Open Access than the model in Europe and North-America. So what can we learn from colleagues in Latin America? Dr. Arianna Becerril-García is a professor at the Autonomous University of the state of Mexico, and the chair of AmeliCA and Executive Director and co-founder of Redalyc.org. She shares her opinion on the valu…
 
Sweden has made a new deal with the publisher Elsevier. The previous agreement with Elsevier was terminated in 2018, as the Bibsam Consortium & Elsevier were unable to reach a solution that met both parties' requirements for prices and open access. In this episode, we talk to Wilhelm Widmark, Library Director at Stockholm University, who has also b…
 
In this episode, we talk to Samir Hachani, Ph.D. & lecturer at the School of Library Science at the University of Algiers, about the injustice of publications between the Global North and the Global South. We also talk about Journals On Line (JOL) and INASP's effort to create a framework for journal publishing practices and standards for the Global…
 
John White Joins us again for a talk on the current battle of Brexit. As we are plunged into yet another election and with new dimensions unfolding by the day. Related Links: https://steemit.com/@john-the-white https://www.subscribestar.com/john-the-white
 
Author, Poet and Dramaturge Rev David Parry discusses his new book on the deep and mystical Christian traditions and arts, "Mount Athos Inside Me", released on the 15th of September by Manticore Press. The book is described as follows. "Athos as a fortress against the trivial and a portal to the transcendent is a theme that has found its way into B…
 
Nicholas returns to the show. He is an English writer and a historian of science As well as an author of several controversial books, including “Gardening and Planting by the Moon”, “Newton’s Forgotten Lunar Theory”, “Terror on the Tube”, and more recent releases "The Great British Skripal Hoax", "Who Did 9/11" and "How Britain Initiated Both World…
 
In this episode, we talk about Wikipedia. Is this something that researchers should engage themselves in? What is the greater good? How do you resolve conflicts over facts? And does your research credentials matter for the Wikipedia-community? My guest today is Trond Trosterud. Professor of Sami Language Technology at UiT The Arctic University of N…
 
Alan Denman is a writer, filmmaker, and vlogger living in the UK, we met Alan through his son Zachary who David Parry worked with on David Icke's old News Chanel "The Peoples Voice". We catch up with Alan and get his views on life and an insight into some of his new work based on storytelling. Related Links: https://www.youtube.com/user/alanjdenman…
 
Can you combine the history of early modern witchcraft studies with open science? Sure! In this episode of Open Science Talk, historian Rune Blix Hagen explains how at the end of his career he digitalized his research data at the library for others to use. The host of this episode is Erik Lieungh.Open Science Talk
 
We welcome back John White, while the hot news keeps coming, this time its to talk about the unfolding Jeffrey Epstein case, its roots, consequences and relation to the Q agenda and of course Donald Trump. Related Links: https://www.youtube.com/redirect?event=video_description&v=X32-Cx501g8&redir_token=P4k6Bz5Nvt4eK4lgjOht0gb4srp8MTU2MzU3MTQ3OUAxNT…
 
We welcome back our man John White with some updates on the Cultural Marxist open attacks on the production of the new Dr Who programs, as well as their continued influence and imposing dogma on western society. Related Links: https://www.facebook.com/groups/AslansArmy/ Not My Doctor Who, Facebook https://steemit.com/doctorwho/@john-the-white/docto…
 
Dr. Edward Dutton has a PhD in Religious Studies and in 2011 was made Adjunct Professor of the Anthropology of Religion and Finnish Culture at Oulu University in Finland, where he has lived since 2005. He is an author as well as a vlogger with a popular youtube channel called "Dr. Edward Dutton: The Jolly Heretic" where his politically incorrect su…
 
How can you inform Ph.D. Candidates and early career researchers about Open Science without becoming too political? Is information given about open science in conflict with the expectations for publishing from our universities? Torstein Låg, psychologist and senior academic librarian at the University Library at UiT The Arctic University of Norway,…
 
Why is it important to preregister research studies? How do you do it, and what kind of bad science do you avoid when you do this within an open science framework? All these questions are answered by our guest, associate professor Matthias Mittner at the research group for cognitive neurosciences at UiT the Arctic University of Norway. The host of …
 
In 2019 Norway decided not to renew their deal with the Dutch publisher Elsevier. The reasons were clear: there was no real transition towards Open Access. Now, a new deal has been signed with the same publisher, and the deal is worth around 9-10 million euros. But the question is: What kind of a deal has been made this time around? Our guest today…
 
Joining us today is THA Talks own Rev David Parry after his break from the show, as well as his colleague and former THA Talks guest Daniele Irandoost. We catch up with them both and hear all about Daniele's big TEDx event coming up in October this year, who will be speaking other than our man Parry, and more.. Related Links: https://www.tedxlambet…
 
After joining us all the way back in 2014 in only our 8th edition, We are delighted to welcome Freya back for an update on how she views the Heathen community today, as well as the on going political upheavals in Europe. With a History in Wicca, Thelema, Kabbalah and eventually Heathenry, she is known by many in the Asatru and Oddinist movement as …
 
John and Paul discuss the build up to Brexit, or should one say, the derailment of Brexit. During this podcast the British parliament debate four voting options, none of which include the UK departure from the EU, with brexit voters only able to hope that none of them win a majority. It is the climax of the betrayal of the biggest vote in British h…
 
In this episode, we talk about the reproducibility crisis and how one can use Open Science as an environment for creating proper replication studies. Our guest is Gerit Pfuhl, associate professor in psychology at UiT - The Arctic University of Norway. She shares her experience with using the Open Science Framework (OSF) in her project "The Collabor…
 
Alexander Jacob was born in Madras, India, and obtained his Master in English Literature from the University of Leeds and his Ph.D. in the History of Ideas from the Pennsylvania State University His post-doctoral research was conducted at the University of Toronto while he was a Visiting Fellow at the departments of Political Science, Philosophy, a…
 
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