Do you speak open science? Resources and tips to learn the language [PeerJ Preprints]

flavoursofopenscience's bookmarks 2017-01-11


Abstract: "The internet era, large-scale computing and storage resources, mobile devices, social media, and their high uptake among different groups of people, have all deeply changed the way knowledge is created, communicated, and further deployed. These advances have enabled a radical transformation of the practice of science, which is now more open, more global and collaborative, and closer to society than ever. Open science has therefore become an increasingly important topic. Moreover, as open science is actively pursued by several high-profile funders and institutions, it has fast become a crucial matter to all researchers. However, because this widespread interest in open science has emerged relatively recently, its definition and implementation are constantly shifting and evolving, sometimes leaving researchers in doubt about how to adopt open science, and which are the best practices to follow.

This article therefore aims to be a field guide for scientists who want to perform science in the open, offering resources and tips to make open science happen in the four key areas of data, code, publications and peer-review."



01/11/2017, 10:49

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Tags: oa.open_science oa.definitions oa.obstacles oa.recommendations oa.code4oa oa.publishing oa.peer_review oa.terminology oa.guides oa.advocacy


Paola Masuzzo​, Lennart Martens,

Date tagged:

01/11/2017, 12:50

Date published:

01/03/2017, 10:49