Opening Science – The Evolving Guide on How the Internet is Changing Research, Collaboration and Scholarly Publishing

Am gestrigen Freitag ist ein Sammelband zur Open Science erschienen: “Opening Science – The Evolving Guide on How the Internet is Changing Research, Collaboration and Scholarly Publishing” wurde herausgegen von Dr. Sönke Bartling vom Deutschen Krebsforschungszentrum in Heidelberg und Dr. Sascha Friesike, Forscher am Alexander von Humboldt Institut in Berlin. Die Anthologie kennt gleicht vier Manifestationen: Sie ist als Print-Version zu 53,49 € erhältich, als Open Access Ebook bzw. PDF-Sammlung unter einer CC-BY-NC-Lizenz und (ebenfalls kostenfrei) als editierbares lebendes Dokument im Wikipedia-Stil via Github.

Aus dem Inhalt:

  • Towards Another Scientific Revolution (Sönke Bartling & Sascha Friesike)
  • Open Science: One Term, Five Schools of Thought (Benedikt Fecher & Sascha Friesike)
  • Excellence by Nonsense: The Competition for Publications in Modern Science (Mathias Binswanger)
  • Science Caught Flat-footed: How Academia Struggles with Open Science Communication (Alexander Gerber)
  • Open Science and the Three Cultures: Expanding Open Science to All Domains of Knowledge Creation (Michelle Sidler)
  • (Micro)blogging Science? Notes on Potentials and Constraints of New Forms of Scholarly Communication (Cornelius Puschmann)
  • Academia Goes Facebook? The Potential of Social Network Sites in the Scholarly Realm (Michael Nentwich & René König)
  • Reference Management (Martin Fenner, Kaja Scheliga & Sönke Bartling)
  • Open Access: A State of the Art (Dagmar Sitek & Roland Bertelmann)
  • Novel Scholarly Journal Concepts (Peter Binfield)
  • The Public Knowledge Project: Open Source Tools for Open Access to Scholarly Communication (James MacGregor, Kevin Stranack & John Willinsky)
  • Altmetrics and Other Novel Measures for Scientific Impact (Martin Fenner)
  • Dynamic Publication Formats and Collaborative Authoring (Lambert Heller, Ronald The & Sönke Bartling)
  • Open Research Data: From Vision to Practice (Heinz Pampel & Suenje Dallmeier-Tiessen)
  • Intellectual Property and Computational Science (Victoria Stodden)
  • Research Funding in Open Science (Jörg Eisfeld-Reschke, Ulrich Herb & Karsten Wenzlaff)
  • Open Innovation and Crowdsourcing in the Sciences (Thomas Schildhauer & Hilger Voss)
  • The Social Factor of Open Science (Tobias Fries)
  • Creative Commons Licences (Sascha Friesike)
  • Organizing Collaboration on Scientific Publications: From Email Lists to Cloud Services (Sönke Bartling)
  • Unique Identifiers for Researchers (Martin Fenner & Laure Haak)
  • Challenges of Open Data in Medical Research (Ralf Floca)
  • On the Sociology of Science 2.0 (Vladimir B. Teif)
  • How this book was created using collaborative authoring and cloud tools (Sönke Bartling)
  • History II.o (Luka Orešković)
  • Making data citeable: DataCite (Jan Brase)

 

 

 

 

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