#openSCIENCE Olympics 2020 @biblioVeri #biblioVerifica

BiblioVerifica dedicates the Olympics 2020 to the memory of Jon Tennant, who died prematurely on 9 April, through 15 self-assessment quizzes on open science practices and principles.

Every citizen can experience his or her own knowledge of the topics related to the “OpenScienceMOOC” modules designed and implemented by Jon Tennant:

All quizzes are available here, based on #opensciencemooc

Welcome in "BiblioVerifica Open Science Olympics 2020"
- We do NOT ask for money
- We do NOT disclose personal or contact details to third parties.
- We do NOT offer cash prizes or vouchers

Anyone (if over 18 years old) can try for free his or her skills to recognise open science principles and practices as proposed by OpenScienceMooc by answering 15 closed-ended questions.

Our app is freely accessible from pc, tablet, smartphone from 15 August to 20 September .

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Reinforce the development of strategies and policies on OER. Promote the development of specific policies for the production and use of OER within wider strategies for advancing education.
Always Store Raw Data behind Plots
Account for the variation in article types (e.g., reviews versus research articles), and in different subject areas when metrics are used, aggregated, or compared
Be Aware of the Most Important Obstacles to Establishing the Relationship
For Every Result, Keep Track of How It Was Produced
Citizen scientists are suitably acknowledged by projects. This may include acknowledgement in project communications, result reporting and publications.
Archive the Exact Versions of All External Programs Used
Published Data Objects should refer to their sources with rich enough metadata and provenance to enable proper citation
Greatly reduce emphasis on the journal impact factor as a promotional tool, ideally by ceasing to promote the impact factor or by presenting the metric in the context of a variety of journal-based metrics that provide a richer view of journal performance
For the purposes of research assessment, consider the value and impact of all research outputs (including datasets and software) in addition to research publications, and consider a broad range of impact measures including qualitative indicators of research impact, such as influence on policy and practice
For Analyses That Include Randomness, Note Underlying Random Seeds
Encourage research on OER. Foster research on the development, use, evaluation and re-contextualisation of OER as well as on the opportunities and challenges they present, and their impact on the quality and cost-efficiency of teaching and learning in order to strengthen the evidence base for public investment in OER.
Researchers who use or adapt science source code in their research must credit the code's creators in resulting publications
Discuss Dissemination Policies as well as Intellectual Property Rights at an Early Stage
When involved in committees making decisions about funding, hiring, tenure, or promotion, make assessments based on scientific content rather than publication metrics

All quizzes are available here, based on #opensciencemooc

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Precedente streaming 9/04/2021 12pm (London time) #JonTennantmemorialsDay #OpenScienceMooc Jon Tennant’s Memorial Day