What Senior Academics Can Do to Support Reproducible and Open Research: A Short, Three-Step Guide | Olivia S. Kowalczyk et al. | PsyArXiv Preprints, September 18, 2020

This preprint paper discusses feasible steps that academics can undertake to adopt the principles of Open Research, such as by changing hiring criteria, how scholarly outputs are credited, and how funding and publishing priorities are set.


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almost 2 years ago

This paper seems to have struck a chord, given how recently published it is, as it tries to make sense of Open Access and Open Data policies and mandates, such as the Plan S, in order to discuss how these translate into Open Research. Apparently, Open Research remains elusive, due to its perceived impacts on established academia-industry relations, subscription and publication practices and existing scholarly routines. In other words, the competitive, validity-promoting and collaboration-related advantages of Open Access continue to be in need of articulation, if not detailed explication, as they apply to specific contexts. Thus, Open Access can transform not only how the book and journal publishing industry operates, but also the manner in which scholarly practices are carried out, such as in terms of authorship attribution and funding management.