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OSCOSS: Opening Scholarly Communication in Social Sciences

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Dagstuhl Perspectives Workshop on Digital Scholarship and Open Science in Psychology and the Behavioral Sciences

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OSCOSS: Opening Scholarly Communication in Social Sciences

  1. 1. OSCOSS: Opening Scholarly Communication in Social Sciences Dagstuhl Perspectives Workshop on Digital Scholarship and Open Science in Psychology and the Behavioral Sciences Christoph Lange1,2 1Enterprise Information Systems, Institute for Applied Computer Science, University of Bonn 2Fraunhofer Institute for Intelligent Analysis and Information Systems (IAIS), Sankt Augustin http://langec.wordpress.com/about 2015-07-22 Christoph Lange (Bonn) OSCOSS: Opening Scholarly Communication in Social Sciences 2015-07-22 1
  2. 2. Scholarly Communication in Social Sciences what matters? – publications and data insufficient tool support for collaborative scientific progress; media discontinuities; loss of information: word processors can’t access data reviewers give feedback in a different environment than what the authors work in publishing focused on PDF rather than interactive documents readers restricted to a frozen view of the data OSCOSS: Opening Scholarly in Social Sciences funded by the DFG for 2 years from autumn 2015 University of Bonn and GESIS (Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences) Christoph Lange (Bonn) OSCOSS: Opening Scholarly Communication in Social Sciences 2015-07-22 2
  3. 3. The OSCOSS Architecture Christoph Lange (Bonn) OSCOSS: Opening Scholarly Communication in Social Sciences 2015-07-22 3
  4. 4. The OSCOSS Work Plan securing user acceptance by respecting tradition: web publications with a high-quality layout (like print) information must remain citable by stable page numbers evaluation with two open access journals: methods, data, analyses (mda) Historical Social Research (HSR) Christoph Lange (Bonn) OSCOSS: Opening Scholarly Communication in Social Sciences 2015-07-22 4
  5. 5. OSCOSS and Beyond a technical alternative for readers, authors and reviewers potential to gradually replace the old, incoherent publication process making open access journals more “open” (= more reusable) incentivising the opening of “closed” journals Christoph Lange (Bonn) OSCOSS: Opening Scholarly Communication in Social Sciences 2015-07-22 5

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