Faculty of 1000
Open science monitor case study - Study
This case study presents Open Faculty of 1000 (F1000) – an open science publishing platform aiming to transform the way science is communicated and researchers are evaluated via providing innovative solutions for how research is shared, used and reused. In particular, F1000Research allows for completely open peer review process that supports fairness and transparency and promotes improvements in research results by moving away from journal-based measures, towards the direct assessment of all individual outputs (including null results, pre-prints, code, data notes, data sets, protocols, case... reports, incremental findings). The case study analyses drivers and barriers for open science publishing platforms, as well as generated impacts and lessons learnt, finishing up with possible policy conclusions.
- Corporate author(s): Directorate-General for Research and Innovation (European Commission)
- Personal author(s): Osimo, David; Jakimowicz, Katarzyna
- Other authors: Elsevier,Lisbon Council,CWTS,ESADE Themes: Research policy and organisation
- Subject: case study , open access publishing , open science , research policy , research results , scientific research