Open Science Monitor

Organisers: OpenAIRE, EOSCpilot, Jisc, DANS
Duration: 1.5 hour
Which are the measurable components of Open Science? How do  we build a trustworthy, global open science monitor?  This workshop will discuss a potential framework to measure Open Science, including the path from the publishing of an open policy (registries of policies and how these are represented or machine read), to the use of open methodologies, and the opening up of research results, their recording and  measurement.

Workshop abstract

This workshop will discuss a potential framework to measure Open Science, the path from the publishing of an open policy (registries of policies), to the use of open methodologies, to the opening up of research results and their measurement. It will explore aspects of openness on all results artefacts (from publications in journals and repositories, e.g. SPARC’s how open is it? methodology) to the proposed OSI2016 “openness score” on data and will investigate similar measures as they were developed for the open government data in Open Data Monitor as an introduction to the FAIR metrics for data.

Target Audience

Research managers, research funders, publishers

Agenda

WORKSHOP OUTCOMES

Open Science Monitor overview

Open Science Monitor report

Speakers

  • George Papastefanatos - Athena RC/EOSCpilot
  • Natalia Manola - Athena RC / OpenAIRE
  • Frank Manista- Jisc
  • Salil Gunashekar - RAND Europe
  • Elly Dijk - DANS - Data Archiving and Networked Services/EOSCpilot/OpenAIRE 
  • Peter Doorn - DANS - Data Archiving and Networked Services
  • Dimitris Skoutas - Athena RC/OpenDataMonitor

WHEN

DAY 2 - 16:00 PARALLEL SESSION 5

See full programme here.

 

Altmetrics, open metrics, policy registry, machine readable policy, monitor

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