There is wide agreement with the principles of Open Science in economics. This is shown by a ZBW study. However, there is still room for development regarding the implementation of Open Science on a broad basis, and a high requirement for support regarding Open Science practices.
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Die nächste Runde des Fellow-Programms Freies Wissen startet im Oktober. Das Programm unterstützt Nachwuchswissenschaftler*innen aus allen Disziplinen dabei, Prinzipien offener Wissenschaft in die eigene wissenschaftliche Arbeit zu integrieren.
Der Beitrag Fellow-Programm Freies Wissen: Ausblick und Rückblick erschien zuerst auf Wikimedia Deutschland Blog.
From the Open Publishing Fest 2020 a panel was convened by Bianca Kramer, Jeroen Bosman, Jeroen Sondervan (Utrecht University Library) to address guidelines being put in place to govern open infrastructures. The hour long discussion shows that there is a lot more work that needs to be done to facilitate Open Science and create an […]
We are glad to announce that most videos from the Altmetrics Conferences and Workshops are now available at a public archive, the TIB AV-Portal. In doing so, we create a long-term archive of the videos, define licenses for reuse, assign a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) for each video and provide the possibility to link the videos in future to the corresponding presentation slides and/or abstracts.
Der Beitrag A public archive for the videos of the Altmetrics Conferences and Workshops erschien zuerst auf TIB-Blog.
Die Max Weber Stiftung – Deutsche Geisteswissenschaftliche Institute im Ausland (MWS) sucht für ihre Geschäftsstelle in Bonn zum 1. September 2020 eine wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft (m/w/d) für das europäische Infrastrukturprojekt OPERAS Die Max Weber Stiftung unterhält zehn Forschungsinstitute und mehrere Außenstellen in 15 Ländern. Sitz der Stiftung ist Bonn. Weltweit werden über 300 Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter […]
The questions GenR wants to ask in the context of COVID-19 are what challenges are driving innovation in the Open Science community involved in delivering and developing technical systems
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The 9th of April Jon Tennant passed away. He was tragically killed in a motorbike accident in Indonesia while on a research residency at the IGDORE campus. Jon had been a tireless advocate of Open Science and friend to all in the Open Science community. At Generation Research we were honored to have him as a founding member of our advisory board.
How can we make the shift from closed to open practice in research and education? What are incentives for researchers to apply open science and open educational practices, and what hinders them to do so?
It’s no longer the case in Open Science that you are alone and having to work out questions for the first time. What the two events showed is that there are open models being put in place that others can adopt, such as developing OER and MOOC content in a research field, or embedding social consideration in research with the RRI framework from the FIT4RRI project. Having full open research life-cycles is still to be achieved, but we are no longer working in the dark. A report from the two events which took place in March in Berlin on the last days before lockdown.