Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Vienna Principles: A Vision for Scholarly Communication

Vienna Principles: A Vision for Scholarly Communication. Peter Kraker, et al. June 2016.
     The twelve principles of Scholarly Communication are:
  1. Accessibility: be immediately and openly accessible by anyone
  2. Discoverability: should facilitate search, exploration and discovery.
  3. Reusability: should enable others to effectively build on top of each other’s work.
  4. Reproducibility: should provide reproducible research results.
  5. Transparency: should provide open means for judging the credibility of a research result.
  6. Understandability: should provide research in an understandable way adjusted to different stakeholders.
  7. Collaboration: should foster collaboration and participation between researchers and their stakeholders.
  8. Quality Assurance: should provide transparent and competent review.
  9. Evaluation: should support fair evaluation.
  10. Validated Progress: should promote both the production of new knowledge and the validation of existing knowledge.
  11. Innovation: should embrace the possibilities of new technology.
  12. Public Good: should expand the knowledge commons.

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