[open-science] Open science and the disciplinary culture clash

Peter Kraker pkraker at know-center.at
Wed Oct 29 14:20:37 UTC 2014

Dear all,

I have summed up the OKFest session on "Open Data and the Panton Principles for the Humanities" for the LSE Impact Blog. As many of you participated in the event, I thought you might be interested in the piece. Thanks again to all participants and especially to Iain for proposing the session!


Abstract: "When it comes down to the nitty gritty detail of what open science means for an individual researcher, the disciplinary context is key. As clear and straightforward as making research publicly available is, many questions still remain for specific disciplines. Peter Kraker reports back from a session on openness in the humanities where definitions of data, research work and research materials were all contested."


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