Posts Results for tag: Cameron Neylon

4. Cameron Neylon on Open Science, and understanding people’s needs in terms of research

Why are you interested in participating and supporting the OCSDNet? For me the point of open science, open access, open data -all of those things- is to provide opportunities for people to engage, interact and contribute to research and scholarship more generally. There has been no bigger gap in engagement and in particular, contribution to […]

Introducing the OCSDNet Advisors: A Five-Part Blog Series

What is open and collaborative science, and what opportunities and challenges does it present for development in the Global South? OCSDNet will serve as a platform for researchers and practitioners to explore this overarching question. In this five-part blog series, we are pleased to present interviews with each of our network advisors: Mat Todd, Hebe […]