Open Science in Österreich

Author(s)
Katrin Buschmann, Stefan Kasberger, Peter Kraker, Katja Mayer, Falk Reckling, Katharina Rieck, Michela Vignoli
Abstract

Particularly in the last two years Austria made considerable progress in the area of Open Science, especially in terms of Open Access and Open Data. The foundation of the Open Access Network Austria (OANA) and the launch of the e-Infrastructures Austria project early 2014 can be seen as important cornerstones of a developing Austrian Open Science landscape. The Austrian Chapter of the Open Knowledge Foundation substantially contributes to Open Science practice-and awareness building as well. Among others, these initiatives are the basis for setting up a national Open Access strategy as well as a nationwide Open Access and Open (Research) Data infrastructure. This paper describes these and similar national as well as local Open Science projects and initiatives, and gives a potential overview of Austria's Open Science future.

Organisation(s)
Vienna University Library and Archive Services, Department of Sociology, Department of Science and Technology Studies, Department of Linguistics
Journal
Information-Wissenschaft und Praxis
Volume
66
Pages
137-145
No. of pages
9
ISSN
1434-4653
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1515/iwp-2015-0025
Publication date
01-2015
Publication status
Published
Peer reviewed
Yes
Austrian Fields of Science 2012
509017 Social studies of science, 506017 Science and technology policy
Keywords
Autriche, Open Access, Planification de recherche, Politique de l'information, Projet
ASJC Scopus subject areas
Information Systems, Library and Information Sciences
Portal url
https://ucris.univie.ac.at/portal/en/publications/open-science-in-oesterreich(f7a0931c-eb5e-4bec-8822-1feb0007c230).html