Lecture (In English) – Open science : what is changing? (Open access week Strasbourg 2019)
This discussion is part of the Open access week Strasbourg[*].
Open Science is the movement to make scientific research and its dissemination freely accessible and reusable to all levels of the society.
Open Science means a paradigm shift in the way research is made, communicated and assessed: open science aims at being more collaborative, more reproducible and more transparent.
The panel discussion in two parts will focus on open science policies in Europe and on the cultural change that open science represents.
1st part: open science policies
- Paul Ayris: open science policies in Europe
- Zoé Ancion: The Agence Nationale de la recherche's policy
- Odile Hologne: open science at an institution's level: the example of INRA (France)
2nd part: the challenges of open science
- Hans-Jochen Schiewer: challenges for politics and society
- Bernard Rentier: open science and research assessment
- Martina Knoop: views of the CoSO (Comité pour la science ouverte) on open science
To register and learn more about this lecture :
Open science : what is changing?
(Conférence | Science ouverte : quels changements ?)
[*] Learn more about the International Open Access Week
"Open Access Week, a global event now entering its tenth year, is an opportunity for the academic and research community to continue to learn about the potential benefits of Open Access, to share what they’ve learned with colleagues, and to help inspire wider participation in helping to make Open Access a new norm in scholarship and research. (Futher information in International Open Access Week website → openaccessweek.org).