Fwd: [open-science] European Commision "Science 2.0" survey
Hi all Blue Obelisk-ers,
this just came by on the open-science mailing list of the OKFN...
Interesting questions... crappy survey (not particularly hard to see
what they like as answers; which is Open for a change), I'd say, but
good for the cause...
In fact, it makes me suspicions this is really an EC survey :)
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From: Daniel Lombraña González <teleyinex@...>
Date: Thu, Oct 17, 2013 at 9:54 AM
Subject: [open-science] European Commision "Science 2.0" survey
To: open-science <open-science@...>
I've been invited to take part in a survey about science 2.0 and I
think this group will be interested in it (maybe some of you have
In any case, this survey is part of an European Commission funded
study that seeks to characterize the emerging trends of "Science 2.0"
and to determine its potential impact for the different stakeholders:
scientific communities, public policy makers and innovative companies
Science 2.0 is a being used to describe a variety of activities, which
can be seen as part of an emergent movement towards open science.
If you want to give it a try go to this link
I think your voice will be very valuable in this context.
The survey is closing the 25th of October.
All the best,
Daniel Lombraña González :: Blog :: <at> teleyinex
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