[Commons-research] Culture and Science
vcs at stanford.edu
Tue May 20 12:00:12 EDT 2008
I think a discussion of open access to data and research tools would be very
productive, and I want to add that open access to the research itself is a
key part of the equation. I expect people on this list to agree on the
importance of open research, but what that really means for research more
broadly, and how to engage the larger community, are questions that would
benefit for further discussion.
On 5/19/08 12:29 PM, "Giorgos Cheliotis" <giorgos at smu.edu.sg> wrote:
> I must confess I have no contact with science commons. My understanding of
> the respective roles of science commons vs. commons research is the same as
> Mike noted. We are thinking of having a discussion on open access to data
> and tools for research, which is relevant to both science commons and
> commons research, so that's where I see some synergy.
> On 5/19/08 11:17 PM, "Mike Linksvayer" <ml at creativecommons.org> wrote:
>> FWIW, nobody from Science Commons is planning to attend the iSummit.
>> However, my understanding is that this track and list concern
>> researching the commons, while SC concerns building a commons for
>> research. I suspect that some combination of Diane Peters (CC GC),
>> some CCi leads who have collaborated with SC, and I can address
>> whatever issues concerning the latter come up in the course of the
>> On Mon, May 19, 2008 at 2:28 AM, Jessica Coates <j2.coates at qut.edu.au> wrote:
>>> Presumably the first thing to do is to talk to John Wilbanks?
>>> Or we could post something to their mailing list.
>>> Jessica Coates
>>> Project Manager
>>> Creative Commons Clinic
>>> Queensland University of Technology
>>> ph: 07 3138 8301
>>> fax: 07 3138 9598
>>> email: j2.coates at qut.edu.au
>>> Date: Wed, 14 May 2008 10:39:01 +0800
>>> From: Giorgos Cheliotis <giorgos at smu.edu.sg>
>>> Subject: Re: [Commons-research] Culture and Science
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>>> It would be great if we can somehow make sure that the science commons
>>> people are involved in the research track of the isummit, at least on a
>>> session regarding open tools and open data. Any advice on how we can make
>>> this happen?
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