E³UDRES² Ent-r-e-novators organizes international conference about open science and open education

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In order to promote cooperation among European higher education institutions and other international alliances, to promote the practice of open science and education, the E³UDRES² Ent-r-e-innovators international seminar "Open science and open education" was held at the beginning of June.

During the event, several relevant themes were addressed, emphasizing the importance of Open Science, Open Innovation, Open Education and Open Resources. Discussions involved topics such as the benefits of the European Open Science Cloud, the role of digital tools in facilitating open science, challenges and experiences in implementing open science practices, open license management, open pedagogies, the impact of emerging technologies on education, and innovative projects aimed at promoting open science and collaboration between European higher education institutions, thus providing a reflection on future collaborations and strategies to strengthen open science and education in Europe.

The event brought together a diverse range of experts, enriching the exchange of knowledge and reinforcing the importance of collaboration between academic institutions, thus reaffirming the importance of cooperation and the promotion of open science and education practices, consolidating the position of the E³UDRES² platform in European higher education.

Evita Lantrāte, the director of Vidzeme University's library, admits: "I was very impressed by the topics and stories of experiences in the seminar program, which would also be useful in promoting Open Science processes at ViA".

The discussions also discussed topics such as the advantages and challenges of the European open science cloud, experience in the implementation of open science practices and ethical issues, digital tools and the impact of new technologies in open education and science, innovative projects aimed at promoting open science and cooperation - INCITIES, EXPER and BI4E.

The conference was attended by leading figures in the field of open science and open education, such as Luís Coelho, professor at IPS and coordinator of the Ent-r-e-novators project, Karel Luyben, president of the European Open Science Cloud Association, Silviu Vert, Radu Vasiu and Diana Andone from the Polytechnic University of Timisoara (Romania), Tassilo Pellegrini from St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences (Austria), Sarah de Coninck from University Colleges Leuven Limburg (Belgium), Sílvia Roda Couvaneiro from Polytechnic University of Setúbal (Portugal), Antónia Correia, from the University of Minho (Portugal), Joana Boavida-Portugal from MARE (Portugal), and Pedro Manuel Antão from INCITIES project, Michelle Perello from EXPER project and Irina Lungu from BI4E project.

The project is funded by the European Commission under the Horizon Europe program (Project No. 101071317). For more information on the E³UDRES² Ent-r-e-novators project, visit

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