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Title: Drivers and barriers in the transition to open science: the perspective of stakeholders in the Spanish scientific community
Other Titles: Factores facilitadores y barreras en la transición a la ciencia abierta: perspectiva de los agentes del sistema científico español
Author: González Teruel, Aurora
López Borrull, Alexandre
Santos-Hermosa, Gema
Abad García, Francisca
Ollé Castellà, Candela
Serrano Vicente, Rocío
Others: Universitat de València
Universitat de Barcelona
Universidad de Navarra
Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Estudis de Ciències de la Informació i de la Comunicació
Keywords: research funding
open science
open access
open research data
research assessment
open peer review
scientific system
Issue Date: 17-May-2022
Publisher: El Profesional de la Información
Citation: González-Teruel, A. [Aurora], López-Borrull, A. [Alexandre], Santos Hermosa, G. [Gema], Abad García, F. [Francisca], Ollé, C. [Candela] & Serrano-Vicente, R. [Rocío]. (2022). Drivers and barriers in the transition to open science: the perspective of stakeholders in the Spanish scientific community. El Profesional de la Información, 31(3), 1-20. doi: 10.3145/epi.2022.may.05
Project identifier: info:eu-repo/grantAgreement/TI2018-094360-B-I00
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Abstract: This paper presents the results of a research study whose objective was to identify the facilitating factors and barriers that, in the opinion of representatives of the Spanish scientific community, impact the implementation of the new open science model in four areas: open access, open research data, research assessment and open peer review. A qualitative study was designed in which information was obtained through interviews with researchers, editors of scientific journals, representatives of assessment agencies and vice-chancellors, and through a focus group of librarians with expertise in aspects of open science. The enabling factors and barriers identified were related to the researcher and the fruit of their research, as well as to the scientific ecosystem, which provides direct institutional support and backing (universities/research centres), the regulatory framework (management of the science system) and the science communication system (media). The results indicate that a shift in scientific practices toward the open science model can only be achieved if there is a policy framework that integrates all initiatives and links into the scientific assessment and reward system, and if the necessary funding is in place to support this transition.
Language: English
ISSN: 1386-6710MIAR
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