A review on the implementation of open science in Indonesia

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Description: Scholarly works have been placed as the starting point for many academia (scientists, researchers, lecturers) and lecturers to establish their research focus and academic reputation, as well as academic career. However, scholarly documents have been developed in a conventional way, the same way in centuries, in form of research reports, peer-reviewed journal articles, conference abstracts and/or patents. This paper aims to open a new horizon in scholarly works in the mind of Indonesia academia, to a more open, accessible, and inclusive manner. By introducing the open science concept, we aim for more scientific impacts, as have been developed as a movement now in the world. This concept shifts how we see scholarly works from individually-owned, closed, and centralized documents into a community-owned, opened, and distributed ones. To get a better idea of open science and how it can fit in to Indonesia’s research workflow, we reviewed papers, conference abstracts, blogs, and institutional websites under key terms “open science” and “open access”. We used free access databases: Google Scholar, ScienceOpen, Pubmed Central (PMC) and also individual journal repositories: PLOS, e-life, and F1000Research. This article is already submitted to Publications Journal (ISSN 2304-6775)

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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