From Open Access to Open Science: The Path From Scientific Reality to Open Scientific Communication | Christian Heise and Joshua M. Pearce | SAGE Open, 10(2), May 10, 2020

This article investigates the potential to make all information and the whole work process of a qualification project such as a doctoral thesis comprehensively and freely accessible on the internet via an Open Access license both in the final form and as part of thesis development.


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This paper highlights that embedding the principles of Open Science into scholarly communication continues to be exposed to conflicting demands, as individual researchers negotiate between the technological possibilities of Open Access and likely consequences of making use of these. In the field of scientific research and academic institutions, the existing incentive systems may also be having a discouraging effect on the participation levels of scholars in Open Science frameworks and initiatives.