An Updated Methodology for the Open Science Monitor

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"After an intense online debate and an excellent expert workshop, we — the Lisbon Council, ESADE Business School and the Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS) at Leiden University — are happy to publish a revised methodology (soon to be posted on the official European Commission website). First and foremost, this is not the final methodology. It has become clear that open science is too dynamic and too difficult to measure for a “definitive” methodology. It is rather a second interim release — and it will require continuous collaboration with the open science community in the future, also in connection with other existing efforts by OpenAire, FAIR Metrics and the European Open Science Cloud...."

We will use Unpaywall data alongside Scopus data. Unpaywall has a very large footprint and will increase the coverage of the Open Science Monitor. And we will continue to look at and collaborate with Unpaywall in its new initiatives....

Secondly, we will make collaboration with the community not a one-off, but permanent. The commentable document worked well; we received more than 300 comments. Most of these comments are initial ideas that need clarification and refinement. We need more permanent and interactive ways to discuss. Hence, we have opened an Open Science Monitor Linkedin Groupto work on new indicators — anyone is able to join...."


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Tags: oa.open_science oa.growth oa.metrics oa.unpaywall oa.consultations oa.european_commission.osm oa.europe


David Osimo

Date tagged:

10/10/2018, 15:30

Date published:

10/09/2018, 23:49