Open Knowledge Festival 2014 - July 16, 2014
Session "Open, Digital Science - moving beyond open access" by Celina Ramjoué and Silvia Luber.
Dr. Ramjoué and Dr. Luber presented the progress on open science in the EU to date
- full open access mandate in Horizon 2020 research program
- also pilot on open research data in Horizon 2020 - see Guidelines on Data Management in Horizon 2020 (PDF)
- now working on next step: Open Digital Science
- public consultation: http://www.consultation-science20.eu/ closes 30 September 2014
They presented a framework of the larger set of issues involved when you look at the impact of digital technologies on all of science:
The session was mainly group discussions; these are summarized in the Etherpad.
The question of what policy actions are needed to support this new scientific ecosystem is an interesting one; it's a complex system and we are still figuring out necessary pieces.