Category Archives: openness

Online lecture recordings awarded as Educational action of the year 2019, Aalto CHEM

On December 12, at Dean’s Glögg event, several recognitions were shared at Aalto University School of Chemical Engineering (Aalto CHEM). I (Riikka Puurunen) was among the happy ones to receive a recognition this year – together with Lauri Partanen – for … Continue reading

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Panopto records: November Networking – ALD at Aalto University

At the “November Networking – ALD at Aalto University” event on November 29, 2019, we experimented with recording (some of the) talks with the Panopto lecture capture system available at Aalto University. The records have now been finalized. Each author … Continue reading

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Happy 45th anniversary, ALD in Finland – Aalto ALD OpenLearning opens

Exactly forty-five years ago, on November 29, 1974, the first patent on Atomic Layer Epitaxy (FIN 52359) was filed by Suntola and Antson. Today, the Aalto ALD OpenLearning site is opened for public. You can access it via the general link https://openlearning.aalto.fi/ and the direct link https://openlearning.aalto.fi/course/view.php?id=100. Above … Continue reading

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“Hands up for mistake, we were idiots” – Some words on plagiarism

In the previous posts (post 1, post 2, post 3, post 4, post 5) related to research ethics, plagiarism was mentioned many times as a form of research misconduct. Plagiarism is among the “big three” in the international categorisation of research misconduct: Fabrication, Falsification, … Continue reading

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Experimenting with Zenodo (.org)

Open Science, Open Data, Open Access, Open Code, Open Teaching, open … what else? I am in favor of openness in science. However: if you want to publish e.g. a poster abstract, or a dataset, how to do it in … Continue reading

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Anonymous course feedback CHEM-E1130 and CHEM-E1140

The course feedback from courses CHEM-E1130 Catalysis and CHEM-E1140 Catalysis for biomass refining for academic year 2018-2019 is ready. Everyone can access the feedback via the following links. There are interesting viewpoints included e.g. of using Panopto lecture capture and … Continue reading

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Lecture capture: Adsorption-controlled catalyst preparation by ALD

Lecture capture shared in an Open Teaching way: CHEM-E1130 Catalysis course, by Prof. Riikka Puurunen: Adsorption-controlled catalyst preparation by ALD (atomic layer deposition). Slides in SlideShare: https://www.slideshare.net/RiikkaPuurunen/adsorptioncontrolled-catalyst-preparation-by-ald/RiikkaPuurunen/adsorptioncontrolled-catalyst-preparation-by-ald Panopto lecture capture, Part 1: https://aalto.cloud.panopto.eu/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=f1d4d447-01d6-4a99-81f9-a9ff00c8acff Panopto lecture capture, Part 2: https://aalto.cloud.panopto.eu/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=eaebf446-03fb-4296-9d95-a9ff00daa0e9 Course in MyCourses: https://mycourses.aalto.fi/course/view.php?id=20383 Youtube: … Continue reading

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