[open-science] Open Science Census
Fernanda Peset <email@example.com>
fernandapeset at gmail.com
Wed Nov 26 16:02:50 UTC 2014
Hi Rayna, it's a wonderful idea!
I have added my name at the wiki
I'm interested in compiling the different surveys performed in the regions
about the statu quo of research data management (behaviours, policies,
services...). Do you think it may be interested for the Census?
We have provisional results of our survey at Universidad Politécnica de
- WP1.1 D3.2 Resumen
de encuesta (UPV)
The website is in Spanish only (by the moment!)
All the best
2014-11-26 13:50 GMT+01:00 Rayna <rayna.st at gmail.com>:
> Dear everyone,
> As you may have noticed from previous discussions both through mailing
> lists and during OKFest, the idea to have an Open Science Census has
> emerged. Inspired by the Open Data Index, the Open Science Census will aim
> to track openness commitments in the domain of science and research -- and
> will be a powerful tool for advocacy, among others.
> In order to get a more focused discussion going on how such a Census could
> materialise, Jenny has set up a wiki page:
> In a previous email, I suggested the Census to focus on several different
> topics: at the national level, we may wish to survey open access
> publications policy, open research data policy, notebook/protocol
> availability policy, evaluation of research practices and inclusion of
> openness in these. These are, however, tentative topics and I am just
> providing them as an initial discussion point.
> We can naturally use the wiki and these mailing lists to address a
> possible Census scope and format. I would also suggest we have a dedicated
> hangout before Christmas, say 17 December 4:30pm GMT.
> Looking forward to hearing from you soon,
> "Change l'ordre du monde plutôt que tes désirs."
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