Confessions of an Open Access Advocate – Leslie Chan

Interview conducted by Becky Hillyer; Introduction by Angela Okune As one of the original signatories of the Budapest Open Access Initiative, a historical and defining event of the global open access movement, OCSDNet PI, Leslie Chan has been active in the experimentation and implementation of scholarly communication initiatives of varying scales around the world for the […]

Launch of “Ubatuba Open Science” Video / Lançamento do video “Ciência Aberta Ubatuba”

We are very happy to announce the launch of a video from our sub-project (Open Science and Community Development in Brazil) project on “Ciência Aberta Ubatuba” (Ubatuba Open Science), together with additional 17 short videos and interviews. These videos were produced as part of the OCSDNet-supported Open Science and Community Development in Brazil project and highlights a rich diversity of contexts, […]

Open and Collaborative Science: Using Knowledge as a Pathway to Sustainable Development

Following the release of OCSDNet’s Open and Collaborative Science Manifesto, this blog post is part of a series which seeks to provide a more nuanced context for each of seven principles associated with the Manifesto. The series aims to highlight practical examples, network case studies and relevant literature to demonstrate the relevance of this principle […]

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): A Call for Action Research at the Nature Conservation Center at AUB (AUB-NCC)

This project is a case study that exemplifies the principle of “Sustainable Development” in the recently launched Open and Collaborative Science Manifesto. By: Najat A. Saliba of the Local Conservation and Development with OCS project Eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) were set and ratified by the 189 Member States of the United Nations in 2000 […]

A Manifesto to Reclaim Open Science | Un Manifiesto que Reimagina a la Ciencia Abierta

English | Español This is the first of a new blog series about the Open and Collaborative Science Manifesto recently launched by the Open and Collaborative Science in Development Network. Over the next several weeks, we will be highlighting the principles of the Manifesto in more depth, using case studies from our sub-projects, and providing examples […]

Learnings and Reflections from the OCSDNet 2017 Workshop in Cyprus

Workshop Overview From June 2-5, 2017, the Open and Collaborative Science in Development Network (OCSDNet) held its final network meeting in Limassol, Cyprus. Workshop participants included representatives from ten of the twelve network projects, external network advisors, two representatives from DECI-2, IDRC Program Officer Raed Sharif, and the OCSDNet coordination team. As all research projects […]