1st Day: 3rd Open Science Conference: Accelerating the Sustainable Development Goals, Democratizing the Record of Science
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The record of science is not yet as open to researchers and the public as it ought to be. In the era of new digital and data infrastructures, scientific and scholarly publishing remains aligned with the Gutenbergian model of the scholarly communications cycle rather than with the new, liquid frontier of digital sciences.
From 8 to 10 February 2023, the 3rd United Nations Open Science Conference, "Accelerating the Sustainable Development Goals, Democratizing the Record of Science", will bring together policy makers, IGO representatives, researchers, scholars, librarians, publishers and civil society. They will convene at the UN Headquarters in New York and online to illustrate open science in action and to engage into a dialogue about the opportunities and challenges of practicing open science. Building on the outcomes of our previous United Nations Open Science Conference, this 3rd global endeavor will explore initiatives, themes and perspectives into the open scientific method and the digital scholarly communications cycle. It will evolve around three streams which will cut across all panels and keynotes: Equity in open scholarshipReforming scientific publishingStrengthening the science-policy-society interface