Team Science: Una Europa Pilot MOOC

Kurs otwarty

This course introduces basic issues of the science of team science: How to lead and manage research teams? How to boost collaboration between researchers? How to overcome cognitive biases? What is action research?

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  • TeSc
  • 7  wykładów
  • Kurs otwarty
  • 31 stycznia 2024

O kursie

Welcome to the pilot edition of the course on "Team Science". Here you will learn about the elementary issues of the science of team science, i.e., the field that "aims to develop an evidence base for what team characteristics and processes, and what institutional, funding, and other conditions promote effective collaboration in science, often with a focus on cross-disciplinary teams" (Hall et al., 2017, p. 338). The course include topics such as psychological aspects of collaborative research activities, theoretical and practical issues of leading research teams, conflict resolution, funding of research teams, as well as action research and living labs.

The course was created within Una.Resin project by researchers of the following Una Europa universities: Jagiellonian University, Alma Mater Studiorum Università di Bologna, Freie Universität Berlin, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Universidad Complutense de Madrid:

  • Module 1: Mateusz Hohol (coordinator of the pilot MOOC; Jagiellonian University)
  • Module 2: Clio Dosi (Alma Mater Studiorum Università di Bologna)
  • Module 3: Silvia Cau, Matteo Vignoli (Alma Mater Studiorum Università di Bologna)
  • Module 4: Daniel May (Freie Universität Berlin)
  • Module 5: Alain Lacroux, Clemence Pillot, Alexandra Kaupp (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)
  • Module 6: Beata Jałocha (Jagiellonian University)
  • Module 7: Gregorio Martín de Castro (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)



  1. Team science and its science (Mateusz Hohol)
  2. Boosting collaboration: cognitive biases and their impact on research team (Clio Dosi)
  3. Overcoming the cognitive biases: the ACT matrix (Silvia Cau, Matteo Vignoli)
  4. Leading and managing research teams (Daniel May)
  5. How to deal with team problems (Alain Lacroux, Clémence Pillot, Alexandra Kaupp)
  6. Opening the doors of the Ivory Tower: Action research, living labs and quadruple helix teams (Beata Jałocha)
  7. Looking for funding (Gregorio Martín de Castro)
  8. Brak egzaminu