To realize Open Science it is important to improve and incentivize the recording, evaluation and recognition of new scientific practices. This is already addressed by many, in Denmark in the report Fremtidens meritering and in a new Danish national strategy for data management based on FAIR principles released soon.
This DeiC strategic webinar will present recommendations based on the most recent results in the report Openness Profile: Modelling research evaluation for open scholarship published by the European collaboration Knowledge Exchange, with DeiC as the Danish partner. The aim is also to inspire for action by giving examples of implementing a FAIR’er assessment in the Netherlands, Norway and beyond and discuss possible steps towards implementation in Denmark.
The webinar is primarily for decision makers from universities and other relevant stakeholders including funders.
- Recommendations for improving research assessment – Clifford Tatum, Leiden University, CWTS, Research evaluation consultant. A description of recommendations based on the Knowledge Exchange work, and examples of implementation in the Netherlands.
- Stories of implementation from Norway - Marte Qvenild, senior adviser, The Research Council of Norway. A presentation of the new funder policy Policy on Open Science and a new framework called Norwegian Career Assessment & Matrix from Universities Norway.
- The Danish perspective - Katrine Krogh Andersen, Dean of Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen
- Q&A and discussion on possible next steps
- Intro presentation by Dorthe Anna Mette Morthorst-Jensen, Specialkonsulent, DeiC
- Presentation by Katrine Krogh Andersen, Dean of Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen
- Presentation by Clifford Tatum, Research evaluation consultant, Leiden University, CWTS
- Presentation by Marte Qvenild, Senior adviser, The Research Council of Norway