Initial State of the Art on Open Science InitiativesInitial State of the Art on Open Science Initiatives https://opusproject.eu/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/Screenshot-2023-03-10-at-13.00.13-1024x776.png 1024 776 Open and Universal Science (OPUS) Project Open and Universal Science (OPUS) Project https://opusproject.eu/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/Screenshot-2023-03-10-at-13.00.13-1024x776.png
As an important initiative that aims to help reform research assessment and incentivize researchers to practice Open Science, the OPUS project has started with Work Package 1 (WP1) State-of-the-Art which conducted an analysis of initiatives and literature related to Open Science.
In simple terms, the OPUS project team members analysed Open Science initiatives and literature that encourage researchers to practice Open Science. The first task (Task 1.1 within WP1) run by our team members was a State-of-the-Art analysis on Open Science initiatives, that covered an analysis of projects linked to Open Science and key experts, organizations, and networks associated with Open Science. It also produced a stakeholder engagement plan, focusing on means of engaging key target actors to support their input in the other two work packages of the project: WP2 (developing interventions for RPOs and RFOs to implement a reformed research(er) assessment system that incentivises and rewards Open Science) and WP3 (developing indicators and metrics for a reformed assessment system at RPOs and RFOs that incentivises and rewards Open Science).
Deliverable 1.1 “Initial State of the Art on Open Science Initiatives” aims to provide an initial structured input to the project’s overall objective to develop coordination and support measures to reform the assessment of research and researchers at Research Performing Organisations (RPOs) and Research Funding Organisations (RFOs) towards a system that incentivizes and rewards researchers to practice Open Science.
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