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3rd meeting on Scientific Publishing in NHIs
7-8 October, 2010, Copenhagen
Open Science
and
scholarly publishing practices...
Open Science?
“Open Science” encompasses the ideals of transparent
working practices across all of the (life) science doma...
Open Science
Umbrella term covering:
Open Data
Open Access
Open Notebook
Open Source
Fundamental goals
1. Increased return on investment of public funds allocated to
science and research through making data ...
Fundamental goals
6. Efficiency gains from open research practice leading to
reduced unnecessary repetition of research ac...
Open Science & publishing
Impact at different levels
Impact on organizing publishing workflow and publication
models
► Rea...
Open Science & publishing
What can we offer?
Alternative publication metrics
Enhanced publications
Alternative publishing ...
Further information
http://www.openscience.org/
http://www.openwetware.org
http://scratchpads.eu/
Gezelter, J.D. Open Scie...
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  1. 1. 3rd meeting on Scientific Publishing in NHIs 7-8 October, 2010, Copenhagen Open Science and scholarly publishing practices notes Daphne Duin
  2. 2. Open Science? “Open Science” encompasses the ideals of transparent working practices across all of the (life) science domains, to share and further scientific knowledge. It can also be thought of to include the complete and persistent access to the original data from which knowledge and conclusions have been extracted. From the initial observations recorded in a lab-book to the peer- reviewed conclusions of a journal article”. Based on Frank Gibson In: Lyon, L. (2009). Open Science at Webscale: Optimising Participation Predicative Potential. JISC report
  3. 3. Open Science Umbrella term covering: Open Data Open Access Open Notebook Open Source
  4. 4. Fundamental goals 1. Increased return on investment of public funds allocated to science and research through making data outputs openly available for re-use. 2. Faster dissemination of research outputs including methodologies, data, models and scientific outcomes. 3. Greater academic rigour, robustness and scholarly integrity from transparent data practices. 4. Higher potential for new discoveries and new knowledge arising from data re-use contributing to growth in economic and intellectual wealth. 5. Accelerated ability to predict scientific outcomes and behaviours based on large scale open data analysis, shared complex models and simulations.
  5. 5. Fundamental goals 6. Efficiency gains from open research practice leading to reduced unnecessary repetition of research activity and associated wasteful funding allocations. 7. Enhanced opportunities for student learning from open sharing of experimental methods and results data. 8. Increased human capacity and capability from professionals, amateurs, volunteers and citizens to assist in collecting, curating and preserving the growing scientific record. 9. Enhanced public engagement and understanding of science principles and practice through raised awareness, pro- active participation and direct contribution to research. 10. Significant wider societal gains through more inclusive and participatory approaches which facilitate public empowerment and ownership of global challenges.
  6. 6. Open Science & publishing Impact at different levels Impact on organizing publishing workflow and publication models ► Real time Open Science publications (lab-note books) vs peer reviewed (journal) publications ► Publishing model focused on peer-reviewed articles ► Intellectual Property ► Ethical dilemmas
  7. 7. Open Science & publishing What can we offer? Alternative publication metrics Enhanced publications Alternative publishing platforms such as Scratchpads
  8. 8. Further information http://www.openscience.org/ http://www.openwetware.org http://scratchpads.eu/ Gezelter, J.D. Open Science and Verifiability Lyon, L. (2009). Open Science at Webscale: Optimising Participation,Predicative Potential. JISC report Science Careers: Scientists Embrace Openness http://sciencecareers.sciencemag.org/ Frank Gibson, Do scientists really believe in open science?

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