Plenary 3: Open Science workflows, CHORUS and SHARE
- Neil Jacobs (JISC)
Mr Howard Ratner (CHORUS)
Public Access mandates are popping up across the globe. How can publishers and societies help authors comply with these mandates while reducing the administrative burden for them? The not-for-profit CHORUS membership organization enables free access to articles reporting on funded research; leverages existing infrastructure for cost-effective public-access solutions for publishers and is...
Dr Tyler Walters (Tyler Walters, Dean, University Libraries, Virginia Tech USA, and Director, SHARE)
Part of opening up science research is opening up information and data about its processes, products, and management. It is difficult today to track the release of new research objects (e.g. data, papers, records, notes, software), particularly from a specific research project. It is also difficult to ascertain the research outcomes being produced from a given sponsored research program or...
24. CHORUS and SHARE Session: The good, the open and the efficient: changing research workflows and the need to move from Open Access to Open Science
Mrs Bianca Kramer, Mr Jeroen Bosman
Science is in transition. If all goes well, the transition is towards more open, efficient and honest/reproducible practices. Libraries should move with this change by supporting open science instead of just open access. Building on their successful project "101 innovations in scholarly communication" Jeroen Bosman and Bianca Kramer present their interpretations of what is going on and can be...