August 27, 2020
I am presenting at the Norwegian Forskerutdanningskonferansen on Monday, which is a venue for people involved in research education. I have been challenged to talk about why open research is better research. In the spirit of openness, this blog post is an attempt to shape my argument. It can be read as an open notebook for what I am going to say.
Open Research vs Open Science My first point in any talk about open research is to explain why I think “open research” is better than “open science”.