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  • The Need to Humanize Open Science

    Eric C Kansa

    Chapter from the book: Moore, S. 2014. Issues in Open Research Data.


    First paragraph: The “open science” movement has reached a turning point. After years of advocacy, governments and major granting foundations have embraced many elements of its reform agenda. However, despite recent successes in open science entering the mainstream, the outlook for enacting meaningful improvements in the practice of science (and scholarship more generally) remains far from certain.

    How to cite this chapter
    Kansa, E. 2014. The Need to Humanize Open Science. In: Moore, S (ed.), Issues in Open Research Data. London: Ubiquity Press. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5334/ban.c

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    Published on Dec. 19, 2014


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