Offene Wissenschaft – wo stehen wir tatsächlich? (Presentation Open Access Open Science - where do we actually stand?)

Kirstine's bookmarks 2018-11-05


From Google's English: 

"Open Science means the complete opening of the scientific working process from the application to the communication and reuse of the results. While much has already been achieved in the making available of publications in open access and in research data according to the FAIR data principle (although not all problems have been solved yet) and both from different stakeholders in the scientific industry (eg scientists, research sponsors, libraries) ), the opening of the other stages of the scientific work process is still in its infancy, leading to discussion and consensus on the need to provide reliable infrastructure, Setting standards and standardizing workflows and creating incentives. The presentation gives a brief overview of the current state of application opening, open methods, open protocols, open lab books, open peer review, open metrics, open educational resources, open innovation and citizen science. Afterwards, the participants will discuss whether and how the opening can succeed here as well."




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Date tagged:

11/05/2018, 08:51

Date published:

11/05/2018, 03:51