Do we need an Open Science coalition?

Kirstine's bookmarks 2018-09-14


What exactly is open science? It can be a social justice issue, part of a political capitalist regime or a form of traditional science.

Open Science is a strange concept. Depending on who you speak to, it can be a set of scientific practices, a social justice issue, a complete fad, part of a political capitalist regime, or just a different but undefinable form of traditional science.

This variety in thought is at once both a strength of Open Science, and its greatest weakness. Clearly a diversity of views on whatever Open Science is helps us to create a vision of what it is in reality as a boundary object– something that is universally understood and immutable only in part, so as to be taken up by diverse communities in a range of ways; something befitting from the great diversity of the scientific enterprise while retaining its integrity (Moore, 2017).


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Jon Tennant

Date tagged:

09/14/2018, 03:45

Date published:

09/13/2018, 23:45