Open Science: Good for Research, Good for Researchers?

Jean-Claude Bradley; Barry Canton; Bora Zivkovic

Open Science: Good for Research, Good for Researchers?
Bradley, Jean-Claude
Canton, Barry
Zivkovic, Bora
Interviews and roundtables
Scholarly Communication Program, Center for Digital Research and Scholarship, Libraries and Information Services
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Open science refers to information-sharing among researchers and encompasses a number of initiatives to remove access barriers to data and published papers, and to use digital technology to more efficiently disseminate research results. Advocates for this approach argue that openly sharing information among researchers is fundamental to good science, speeds the progress of research, and increases recognition of researchers. Panelists: Jean-Claude Bradley, Associate Professor of Chemistry and Coordinator of E-Learning for the School of Arts and Sciences at Drexel University; Barry Canton, founder of Ginkgo BioWorks and the OpenWetWare wiki, an online community of life science researchers committed to open science that has over 5,300 users; and Bora Zivkovic, Online Discussion Expert for the Public Library of Science (PLoS) and author of "A Blog Around the Clock."
Technical communication
Higher education
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Jean-Claude Bradley, Barry Canton, Bora Zivkovic, 2009, Open Science: Good for Research, Good for Researchers?, Columbia University Academic Commons, http://hdl.handle.net/10022/AC:P:14215.

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