Acknowledgements and Contributions
The version of the Starter Kit you have just read is based on our experiences so far. New insights are bound to arise based on the experience of current and new community leaders. We will take stock of relevant experiences during the recurring meetings of the community coordinators (and are open to comments/contributions from anyone else) and will revise the Starter Kit on a regular basis.
The infographics with flowers and bees have been designed by Geralda van Es ( SPresso Design) and were funded by the Dutch National Plan Open Science (Project H: Accelerate Open Science) and are licenced under CC-BY (INOSC and SPresso Design).
Author contributions are specified in the table below.
|Loek Brinkman||University Medical Centre Utrecht, Open Science Community Utrecht, the Netherlands||Lead|
|Antonio Schettino||Erasmus University Rotterdam, Open Science Community Rotterdam||Lead|
|Raul Zurita-Milla||University of Twente, Open Science community Twente, the Netherlands||Extensive contributions and suggestions to the text|
|Anita Eerland||Utrecht University, Open Science Community Utrecht||Extensive contributions and suggestions to the text|
|Melanie Imming||Lead of ‘Accelerate Open Science’, Project H from the Dutch National Platform Open Science||Input to Section 1.3|
|Vera E. Heininga||University of Groningen, Open Science Community Groningen||Contributions and suggestions to the text, mostly in 1.3 and 3.4; suggestion for figure in 1.1|
|Emmy Tsang||TU Delft, Open Science Community Delft||Section 3e ‘Community Building’|
|Anna van ‘t Veer||Leiden University, Methodology and Statistics unit of Psychology||Contributions and suggestions to the text; section 3c ‘Interactions between academia and society’|
|Antoine Blanchard||Datactivist||French translation|
|Candice Fillaud||Datactivist||French translation (images)|