The Barcamp Open Science is a barcamp dedicated to the Open Science movement. It is open to everybody interested in discussing, learning more about, and sharing experiences on practices in Open Science. We would like to invite researchers and practitioners from various backgrounds to contribute their experience and ideas to the discussion. The barcamp will bring together both novices and experts and its open format supports lively discussions, interesting presentations, development of new ideas, and knowledge exchange. Though, previous knowledge on Open Science is not mandatory. The barcamp is open to all topics around Open Science that the participants like to discuss.
The Barcamp Open Science is organised by the Leibniz Research Alliance Open Science and Wikimedia Deutschland.
What is a Barcamp? This short video gives you a good introduction.
This year’s Ignition Talk is given by Rima-Maria Rahal (German Reproducibility Network / Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods) on the topic „On the Importance of Permanent Employment Contracts for Research Quality and Robustness„.
Abstract: Across disciplines, research quality benefits from transparency and openness, as well as efforts to replicate and reproduce. While open scholarship is experiencing a surge, thanks to efforts to promote robust research grounded in the principles of good research practice sparked by individuals and grassroots approaches, it is still far from the norm. To achieve system-wide change, these efforts at the vanguard of reforming research practices must also become reflected in institutional structures and commitments, and in incentive structures. The goal should be an overhauled academic system that supports and promotes robust and reproducible research, as a solid stepping stone for future research endeavors and for the reliable translation of findings into policies, interventions and innovations. In the current debate about the employment situation in the German academe (#ichbinhanna, “I am Hanna”), we see a multitude of connections between improving the precarious labor conditions for researchers in Germany and improving research practices, offering the chance to leverage the potential for structural change to benefit research quality.
* Konrad Förstner (ZB MED / Open Science Radio)
* Tamara Heck (DIPF)
* Lambert Heller (TIB)
* Guido Scherp (ZBW)
* Christopher Schwarzkopf (Wikimedia Deutschland)
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