Training Webinars

NetMAR has planned various training activities, to be undertaken within the framework of exchanges and expert visits. These activities are structured around the four NetMAR clusters, cover editorial and journal-hosting matters (including open access), research funding, and project management and administration and are aimed at NetMAR members (ESRs and senior team members) only.

The 3rd NetMAR webinar, titled ‘European Funding Proposal Writing’, organized by CeMAR of UCY, will take place (online, via Zoom) on the 28th of June 2023 and will be led by Dr Marios Demetriades (Head of Research & Innovation Support Service at the University of Cyprus and Executive Director at the European Office of Cyprus). Dr Demetriades will talk about how to write successful proposals for European funding. He will share his valuable expertise and will provide information about best practices. He will also give writing tips concerning competitive proposal writing, competent project management, as well as dissemination and exploitation of research and innovation.

Please address any questions to Andria Andreou (CeMAR, UCY) at [email protected]

Please click here for the 3rd NetMAR webinar poster.

The 2nd NetMAR webinar, organised by ZeMas of UNI BA, took place (online, via Zoom) on 16 November 2022 (15:00 – 17:30 CET) and was led by Sebastian Hillebrand and Dr Anette Kremer (Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (BIG), UNI BA). This webinar ran under the title ‘How to Become a Sciencepreneur’ and revolved around a brief introduction to entrepreneurial mindset and a first roadmap to start a business as a medievalist.

Please click here for the 2nd NetMAR Webinar poster.

The 1st NetMAR webinar, organised by SDU, took place (online, via Zoom) on 24 November 2021 (14:00-16:00 CET) and was led by Paola Galimberti (University of Milan). This webinar ran under the title ‘Riviste.unimi: A Scholar-led Publishing Platform’ and revolved around the history, growth, and capabilities of open journal systems (OJS) such as the one at the University of Milan.

Please click here for the 1st NetMAR Webinar poster.