As scholarly communication is getting more diverse and transparent, there is an increasing need for reliable information on platforms’ policies. The Journal Observatory project aims to connect existing data and build toward systematic high-quality information on scholarly communication platforms.
Collaborations between industry and research institutions are a common phenomenon in science. But what does the situation look like in Latin America and the Caribbean? In a recent study, our author took a closer look and identified central as well as less prominent research areas.
In 2022, CWTS held a series of open science seminars together with the Research Councils of The Netherlands (NWO) and Norway (RCN). Now, all resources from the seminars are available on a new Open Science Knowledge Platform. This blogpost reflects on building this platform and next steps to come.
Narrative CVs allow researchers to offer contextual accounts of their career. Ideally, they bring about more inclusive forms of research evaluation. In this collective blog post, we report on a 5-day workshop organized to reflect on narrative CVs and the many questions and opportunities they raise.
The STI 2022 conference held in Granada was my first large face-to-face conference since the pandemic. I was privileged to attend physically and reconnect with my international peers again. This trip meant a lot to me, but also made me reflect again on the new normal of research connection.
Responsible Research Assessment is discussed and used in many contexts. However, Responsible Research Assessment does not have a unifying definition, and likewise its guidelines indicate that the implementation of Responsible Research Assessment can have many different scopes.