"Open Access Week 2017: Humanities and Open Science: Workflows and tools for publishing, licensing, versioning, identifiers, archiving, software", presented by Laurent Romary (Inria, DARIAH,@laurentromary), Marie Puren (Inria, @MariePuren).
New models of open peer review (OPR) are emerging that open up traditional, closed processes, making them more transparent, collaborative and/or network-based. This webinar describes recent work conducted by the OpenAIRE and OpenUP projects to define models of OPR, gauges stakeholder attitudes and lays out a roadmap for future OPR implementation. It focusses on how OPR can potentially strengthen research evaluation, describing how alternative peer review tools and methods could better shape scholarly communication and how they contribute to the strengthening Open Science agenda. Specific issues included in the presentations are the variety of models; barriers/drivers for moving OPR mainstream; attitudes to OPR (what reviewers, authors and editors actually want); how to motivate and credit review work; technical infrastructure and platforms; and the next steps for researching the efficacy of different OPR models. The webinar is of interest to all with an interest in how research evaluation can better meet the aims of Open Science.
The webinar was organized by Jessica Rex (National Open Access Desk Germany) and held by Jochen Schirrwagen and Friedrich Summann of Bielefeld University Library and was on the topic of 'OpenAIRE guidelines for literature and data repositories'. Additionally there was some information on guidelines for CRIS managers. This webinar is in German. Date: 28 February 2017