What does Open Science mean for disciplines where pen and paper are still the main working methods? | Impact of Social Sciences

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Summary:

Open Science and its wider application to the social sciences and humanities, is predicated on the idea that research can be reproduced and shared across digital platforms, but to what extent do researchers actually use digital tools a part of their work? Commenting on a recent study into the workflows of social scientists and humanities researchers, Deirdre Watchorn argues open science policies should adopt more nuanced approach to these different kinds of research.

Link:

https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2022/04/21/what-does-open-science-mean-for-disciplines-where-pen-and-paper-are-still-the-main-working-methods/

Updated:

04/25/2022, 04:20

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Tags:

oa.new oa.open_science oa.surveys oa.data oa.digital_scholarship oa.dariah oa.humanities oa.ssh

Date tagged:

04/25/2022, 16:36

Date published:

04/21/2022, 04:20