Konklusioner fra Open Science Workshop på DFFU Vinterinternat, 29.2.2019
DFFUs vinterinternatmøde 2019 havde lige knap 100 deltagere, som fik 2 særdeles indholdsrige dage med oplæg, paneldebat, film og masser af netværk. Find power points fra oplæggene her.
Læs endvidere nedenfor konklusionerne på første dagens workshop:
29 February 2019
Chapter on Open Science in Korsoer, Denmark
A lively meeting of the Danish chapter in Korsoer on 29 February 2019 reached a number of conclusions on the future of Open Science in Denmark.
- This can be a role for libraries in the Open Science landscape, helping the library to re-define its position in the organisation.
- There is an opportunity for Denmark to define an Action Plan for implementing Open Science principles and practices at a national level, and libraries have a potential role in determining what the Action Plan contains.
- Research-supporting organisations should move outside Ivory Towers to embrace the new world of Open Science.
- Libraries need to ensure that they are present in the strategic pictures developed by research-supporting institutions and have an appropriate role.
- Librarians must not lack confidence in their own community. Act with confidence to tackle challenging agendas.
- Going forward, the librarian’s role may be less to be involved in cataloguing and metadata, and more in research data and discovery.
- Librarians need to transform their advocacy activities into practical examples of Open Science implementation.
The importance of researchers
- Avoid undue concentration on the role of the librarian; do not ignore the researcher.
- Librarians need to identify and develop appropriate Open Science skills.
- Skills development is best attained by active participation in Open Science activity, with knowledge gained from insightful practice.
Paul Ayris, Eva Méndez, Tiberius Ignat, Paulo Budroni, Bertil Dorch