Offene Wissenschaft braucht offene Infrastrukturen

Zur Diskussion der Ergebnisse der Europäischen Mutual Learning Exercise: Open Science – Altmetrics and Rewards

Schlagworte: Offene Wissenschaft, Open Science, Offene Infrastrukturen, European Open Science Cloud (EOSC), Altmetrics, Incentives, Rewards

Abstract

Im Rahmen einer Europäischen Mutual Learning Exercise wurde der Wandel zu Open Science mit Schwerpunkt auf alternativen Metriken zur Vermessung und Bewertung, sowie neuen Anreizsystemen diskutiert. Der Artikel bereitet die Ergebnisse dieses Austausches im Lichte der Herausforderungen für offene Infrastrukturen auf. Es scheint jetzt der geeignete Zeitpunkt, Infrastrukturen im Hinblick auf deren sozio-technische Funktionen und Verantwortungen im öffentlich finanzierten Wissenschaftssystem neu zu bewerten und offen zu gestalten. Dies kann jedoch nur gelingen, wenn deren Architektur und Logik transparent gehalten werden, und das Wissen über deren Nutzungsweisen offenbleibt.

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Veröffentlicht
2019-10-09
Zitationsvorschlag
Mayer, K. (2019) „Offene Wissenschaft braucht offene Infrastrukturen“, Mitteilungen der Vereinigung Österreichischer Bibliothekarinnen und Bibliothekare, 72(2), S. 337-355. doi: 10.31263/voebm.v72i2.3175.
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