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Edit Grogh - Open Peer Review in OpenUP | OpenUP Final Conference


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Edit Grogh presenting OpenUP project's outcomes in regard to Open Peer Review metrics at the OpenUP Final Conference.

A few words about OpenUP Final Conference - Review | Assess | Disseminate
OpenUP Final Conference is the final conference of the EU funded H2020 project OpenUP. In OpenUP Final Conference, key aspects and challenges of the currently transforming science landscape were showcased in different interactive sessions, including an Open Science Cafe and Marketplace for new and innovative tools, methods and ideas. Different Motivate and Meet sessions fostered interaction and exchange in the context of Open Science.

It brought together different stakeholders who have a "stake" in the researcher lifecycle and helped them to learn about innovative methods for peer review, dissemination of research results and impact measurement, and get involved in shaping open science policies meeting their needs.

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Edit Grogh - Open Peer Review in OpenUP | OpenUP Final Conference

  1. 1. Open Peer Review in OpenUP OpenUp conference–Sept. 5, 2018, Brussels
  2. 2. 2018-09-12 2 Objectives • Assessing currently existing tools and methodologies and developing a framework for alternative peer review. • Examining peer review in different context and different disciplines. • Developing an evidence-based research framework for peer review analysis. • Prepare policy recommendations to advance the uptake of various peer review tools.
  3. 3. 2018-09-12 3 State-of-play • Definition of open peer review. • Current practices: increasing preprint dissemination, independent review services (mega journals, grant applications), open peer review pilots and programs by established publishers. • Pilot studies examining open peer review practices in different settings (conferences, research flow, research data).
  4. 4. 2018-09-12 4 Results • Research framework: responding to the need for more evidence into the efficacy of OPR, development of a programme of data-sharing,  guidelines for implementing OPR. • Contribution to open science training programs. • Raising awareness: articles, workshops, conferences.
  5. 5. 2018-09-12 5 OpenUP Hub • User guides: tailored-made guidelines for stakeholder groups • Must reads: reports, surveys, definitions, categories and methodologies of OPR • Services: description of available OPR tools, services (connection to other projects) • Training materials
  6. 6. 2018-09-12 6 Outlook and next steps • Continue the work in identifying new developments in the scholarly peer review discourse. • Participating in initiatives (Transpose, Open Science MOOC) which raise awareness about the benefits of OPR and open science. • Contributing and updating the OpenUP hub. • Getting involved in national programs to ensure the uptake of OPR and open science practices.
  7. 7. 7 Edit Görögh