This is an excellent piece of work
, well worth reading and thinking about:
Between April 2015 and June 2016,
members of the Open Access Network Austria (OANA) working group “Open Access and Scholarly Communication”
met in Vienna to discuss [Open Science].
The main outcome of our considerations is a set of
twelve principles that represent the cornerstones of the future
scholarly communication system.
They are designed to provide a coherent frame of
reference for the debate on how to improve the current system. With this
document, we are hoping to
inspire a widespread discussion towards a shared
vision for scholarly communication in the 21st century.
Their twelve principles are:
I should also have mentioned Principles for Open Scholarly Infrastructure by Geoffrey Bilder, Jennifer Lin and Cameron Neylon from last year, which provides a relatd but somewhat orthogonal set of principles.
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