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The function for short-term guest account (up to 30 days) in UiBtilgang has been unavailable until now.
The function is now in place, and it should be possible to create short-term guest accounts for visitors who need access to log on to a PC, print and/or access the Internet. See guide: https://hjelp.uib.no/solutions/open-knowledge-items/item/KI%201483/en_gb/
Please make sure that you use short-term guest account in cases where it is appropriate, and do not use long-term guest account unless strictly required. Long-term guests get more entitlements and trigger licensing costs.
The IT division
The Innovative Health Initiative (IHI) has now launched IHI – calls 1 and 2.
IHI – call 1 is a single-stage call for proposals with the following topics:
- Topic 1: An innovative decision-support system for improved care pathways for patients with neurodegenerative diseases and comorbidities
- Topic 2: Next generation imaging and image-guided diagnosis and therapy for cancer
- Topic 3: Personalised oncology: innovative people centred, multi-modal therapies against cancer
- Topic 4: Access and integration of heterogeneous health data for improved healthcare in disease areas of high unmet public health need
Deadline for full proposals: 20 September 2022
Call web page: https://bit.ly/3njHZhf
IHI – call 2 is a two-stage call for proposals with the following topics:
- Topic 1: Cardiovascular diseases – improved prediction, prevention, diagnosis, and monitoring
- Topic 2: Setting up a harmonised methodology to promote uptake of early feasibility studies for clinical and innovation excellence in the European Union
Deadline for short proposals: 20 September 2022
Call web page: https://bit.ly/39T3EKe
This course is for new, international employees at UiB.
New, international employees at UiB.
About the course:
This course will give you a short introduction to UiB, the services that are available to you and your employee rights. Any questions to the course content can be addressed to email@example.com.
This is part one of a two-step introduction course for international staff. Part two will be be held physically on campus or digitally in Zoom, and will be announced in the course overview on the employee pages. Part one of this course must be completed before you can register for part two.
The course is also available in Norwegian here.
Data management Plans
A data management plan (DMP) describes how data in a research project will be collected, processed, and made available. Writing a DMP is good scientific practice which helps structuring the data management in a research project and a requirement by research funders, e.g. The Norwegian Research Council or Horizon Europe. See also our information page UiB Library – Data Management Plans.
- August 19th 10:00-11:00 CET: Introduction to Data Management Plans (in Norwegian)
- September 30th, 10:00-14:00 CET: Data Management Plan Workshop Following an introduction to data management plans, you will be able to work on your own DMP and receive feedback.
- November 25th, 10:00-11:00 CET: Introduction to Data Management Plans
How to make your data open & FAIR Researchers are encouraged to make their data openly available as early as possible in the research process, and most funders, e.g. Norwegian Research Council or Horizon Europe, and publishers require that the research data from a project is made openly available. In the course you will get an introduction to how you can make your research data open and FAIR, and how to archive your data in our institutional archive UiB Open Research Data. See also our information page UiB Library – Open Access to Research Data.
- September 2nd, 10:00-11:00 CET: How to make your data open & FAIR
- December 9th, 10:00-11:00 CET: How to make your data open & FAIR (in Norwegian)
Open Access publishing step-by-step
Governments, institutions, and research funders expect researchers to make their research openly available. What is open access, why should you make your research publications openly available and what services and support is available at UiB? See also our information page: UiB Library – Open Access Publishing
- September 16th, 10:00-10:45 CET: Open Access publishing step-by-step
Make your research visible using researcher profiles Having a researcher profile is a great way to showcase contributions to your field and open science engagement. This seminar will demonstrate how to use ORCID and other researcher profiles to showcase your work. See also MittUiB online course UBB103 Profiles and Publishing Statistics and our information page UiB Library – Bibliometric services and analysis.
- October 14th, 10:00-10:45 CET:Make your research visible using researcher profiles
Open Access Week
Open Access Week is an annual scholarly communication event focusing on open access and related topics. The national Norwegian program is the result of a collaboration between UiB and several other institutions and infrastructures. Stay tuned!
- October 24th-28th: Open Access Week 2022
Finding & reusing research data
Reusing published research data can open new avenues of research and avoids unnecessary duplication of efforts. The webinar will give an introduction to FAIR research data as a resource, explain data citation, and demonstrate strategies to efficiently discover datasets in your discipline.
- November 11th, 10:00-11:00 CET: Finding & reusing research data
How to reach a broader network of peers and employers? Are you curious about what employers are now hiring and what competence they are looking for? What type of engagement are your peers involved in? Have you ever wondered how your competence will be valued by the industry?