OECD Open Science and Scientific Excellence Workshop – Paris – Po Ve Sham – Muki Haklay's personal blog

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Slides from all talks: https://www.innovationpolicyplatform.org/open-data-science-oecd-project/gsf-nesti-workshop/gsf-nesti-workshop-presentations

"The OECD organised and hosted a Global Science Forum (GSF) and National Experts on Science and Technology Indicators (NESTI) Workshop on  “Reconciling Scientific Excellence and Open Science: What do we want out of science and how can we incentivise and monitor these outputs?” (9 April, 2018, OECD). In agreement with the OECD Secretariat, the information here is not attributed to anyone specific (Here is the blog post about my own presentation).

The workshop opened with the point that speaking about reconciling open science and science seem contradictory. Scientific excellence was based on the value of publications, but the digital transformation and the web have changed things – from elite access to a library where outputs are held to one that is available to everyone over the web, and we can see citizens accessing data. We also need to look at the future – opening even more, which is something positive but there are challenges in measuring, the impact of different bibliometrics and other indicators...."



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04/17/2018, 17:17

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04/17/2018, 13:18