Talking Open Science: OS debates and policies during the pandemic, Jan 24, 2024

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This webinar brings together the insights from two studies that empirically examined how Open Science (OS) was discussed during the COVID-19 pandemic, in two presentations. We will first explore the international debate on OS, where we found that its advocates emphasized that the pandemic reinforced the need for OS, with attention coalescing around specific aspects of OS, such as data sharing and preprinting. In a second presentation, we will dive into how OS was conceptualized in policy documents, and to what extent notions of equity, diversity, and inclusion and public participation were reflected in guidelines and recommendations. We conclude by offering insights into implications for future OS developments.



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01/22/2024, 15:48

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01/22/2024, 10:48