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ELPUB 2017: Expanding Perspectives on Open Science

Elpub 2017 will focus on the diverse perspectives about Open Science, one of the most widely discussed topics in research communications today.

Despite the common claims that Open Science improves transparency and accountability throughout the research life cycle while democratizing the knowledge production process, empirical research and conceptual validation of these ideas has been limited. In addition, there is a growing tendency to conceptualise Open Science as a set of conditions waiting to be met, without regard for regional differences, including cultural and historical contexts of knowledge production. We, therefore, invite researchers and practitioners from diverse backgrounds to share their results and ideas at what we hope will be a highly interactive forum.

For more information, please see the ELPUB 2017 website.

Date

06 - 08 Jun 2017
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Time

1:00 pm - 6:00 pm

7 Responses to “ELPUB 2017: Expanding Perspectives on Open Science”

  1. EOSC Architecture and Services The Open Science Commons infrastructure comprises research data, processing services, applications, virtual laboratories and tools, relying on existing federated data and storage facilities from local, regional and international infrastructures, which can be organized as a federation of hubs, where each hub is a node of the EOSC providing certain capabilities in a standard and interoperable manner Fig. The cloud hub does not duplicate the data services of the reference institutional and disciplinary repositories, but rather make these accessible in an environment that can enrich the data itself with supplementary added-value services and can provide scalable access where necessary by collocating computing and data. In the proposed approach the Open Science Commons can be implemented as a federation of cloud hubs in Europe and beyond , based on the cloud service provisioning paradigm.

  2. The section discusses the current state of play and blockers for implementing an Open Science Cloud, and explains how the approach could strategically advance the competitiveness of research in Europe by providing research data and community-specific tools as services through a platform that supports the participatory principle of Open Science. EOSC Architecture and Services The Open Science Commons infrastructure comprises research data, processing services, applications, virtual laboratories and tools, relying on existing federated data and storage facilities from local, regional and international infrastructures, which can be organized as a federation of hubs, where each hub is a node of the EOSC providing certain capabilities in a standard and interoperable manner Fig. The cloud hub does not duplicate the data services of the reference institutional and disciplinary repositories, but rather make these accessible in an environment that can enrich the data itself with supplementary added-value services and can provide scalable access where necessary by collocating computing and data.

  3. Elpub 2017 is the 21st edition of the conference and it will continue the tradition, bringing together academics, publishers, lecturers, librarians, developers, entrepreneurs, users and all other stakeholders interested in issues regarding electronic publishing in widely differing contexts. These include the human, cultural, economic, social, technological, legal, commercial and other relevant aspects that such an exciting theme encompasses. Elpub 2017 will focus on the diverse perspectives about Open Science, one of the most widely discussed topics in research communications today.

  4. Elpub 2017 will focus on the diverse perspectives about Open Science, one of the most widely discussed topics in research communications today. Despite the common claims that Open Science improves transparency and accountability throughout the research life cycle while democratizing the knowledge production process, empirical research and conceptual validation of these ideas has been limited. In addition, there is a growing tendency to conceptualise Open Science as a set of conditions waiting to be met, without regard for regional differences, including cultural and historical contexts of knowledge production.

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