Zasady Wiedeńskie: wizja komunikacji naukowej w XXI wieku | Babin
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From Google Translate: "In the scientific community for years conducted a debate on possible strategies to improve scientific communication (SC), understood as production processes, reviewing, organization, dissemination and archiving of scientific knowledge. Attention is also noted that the issue is of importance not only for researchers, but also for the general public, especially students, educators, policy makers, public administration, funders, librarians, journalists, publishers, public and private organizations, as well as ordinary citizens interested in the development of science. These issues are also addressed the working group of Open Access Network Austria (OANA), leading meetings in Vienna (April 2015 - June 2016) discussions on the fundamental reform of the SC. Members of the group assumed that learning can be opened in response to the defects and limitations of currently used practices, wherein not be construed as an end in itself, but as a means to an end. Because in the environment lobbying for openness in science there is no consensus on how to determine the direction and criteria for desired changes, OANA members, acting under the name of Open Access Scholarly Communication and developed 12 rules that constitute the determinants of the future, open system KN.
They have been created to ensure a consistent frame of reference for debates on improving the current organization of the SC and inspire a wide-ranging discussion on a shared vision of good practice in science in the twenty-first century. The report discusses in detail the pros and shortcomings of the current system, the SC and possible to take countermeasures, and then shows proposed by a team of Open Access and Scholarly Communication standards and justification for each of its findings.
In the list of 12 principles Viennese were: 1. Openness ( accessibility ) - immediate, universal and open access to research findings; 2. The possibility to find ( discoverability ), which is effective searching, viewing and exploration of scientific production; 3. Ensuring the re-use of data, materials and results ( reusability ) and build them new knowledge; 4. reproducibility ( reproducibility ) - traceability of the process of obtaining the outcomes and duplicate tests, or measurements of the test experiments; 5. Transparency ( transparency ) - ensure transparent ways to assess the reliability of test results; 6. Clarity ( understandability ) - communication of the work in a clear, concise and understandable for different audiences; 7. Cooperation ( collaboration ) - supporting joint initiatives and exchange of experiences between researchers and the social partners, 8. QA ( quality assurance) - transparent and competent reviewing research; 9. Evaluation ( evaluation ) - fair and verifiable assessment and commenting process of production test; 10. verifiable progress ( validated progress ) - to promote both the production of new knowledge, as well as verification of the adopted findings, 11. Innovation ( Innovation ) - exploiting the potential of new technologies; 12. The public interest ( public good ) - to ensure that all members of society the possibility of using scientific effects."