Fondo futurista abstracto

To participate, you must develop a project to be executed that is focused on 1 of the following 4 categories

 
 

1. Citizen Science

ADDRESSED TO:​

  • Higher Education Institutions

  • Bodies and organizations of the Public, Private and Social Sector of Latin America

  • Disclosure magazines 

  • General public

REQUIREMENTS

Carry out a project that includes activities for scientific production based on active citizen participation, whose results provide knowledge for some of the areas of the ecosystem called Open Science.

EVALUATION CRITERIA

  • Scope

  • Innovation

  • Use and promotion of open tools

  • Project viability 

  • Social Relevance

  • Sustainability

  • Impact indicators

NUMBER OF WINNERS

  • 2 two).

BENEFIT TO GET

  • Possibility of exposing your project internationally within OS News.

  • Dissemination of the project in the communication channels of PKP and eScire.

The inclusion of citizens in scientific work is a form of appropriation and democratization of knowledge, since through the participation of people in scientific work, whether in collaboration or production under the direction of academic institutions, the fabric is transformed. in favor of the common good, that is why the generation of inter-institutional collaborative networks will provide an incubator for projects of social relevance in Latin America without precedent.

2. Editorial Practices 3.0

Given the opening of scientific production thanks to open access, the needs for digital transformation are increasingly pressing to adapt to the parameters of transparency, visibility and interoperability, which is why the policies that promote cooperative networks, strategic alliances and the exchange of good practices, should set the course for the future of publishing in Latin America.

ADDRESSED TO:​

  • Higher Education Institutions

  • Scientific magazines

  • Disclosure magazines

REQUIREMENTS

Submit a proposal that promotes the creation and consolidation of collaborative networks between inter-institutional publishers at the Latin American level, which trigger activities in favor of visibility, interoperability, accessibility and evaluation of good practices in open access journals.

EVALUATION CRITERIA

  • Scope.

  • Project viability.

  • Promotion and use of elements of Open Science (Open Access, Open Infrastructures, Open Educational Resources, Open Data, Open Laboratories, Crowdfunding, Open Notebooks, Open Innovation, Citizen Science, Open Evaluation, Open Teams and Open Source).

  • Promotion and use of Preprints.

  • dPyx diagnostic indicators.

  • Collaborative Products

NUMBER OF WINNERS

  • 2 two).

BENEFIT TO GET

  • Implementation or update of Open Journal Systems (OJS) 3.3.x.

  • 1 year of web hosting.

  • Diagnosis of the journal with dPyx and proposal for improvements.

 

3. Editorial professionalization

Given the current contingency, the increase in the demand for scientific production and dissemination in digital media has caused great changes in the publishing world, which requires continuous updating in its practices and management to position itself as a benchmark within scientific communication in the world. understanding of contemporary issues.

ADDRESSED TO:​

  • Higher Education Institutions

  • Scientific magazines

  • Disclosure magazines

REQUIREMENTS

Develop an editorial and/or institutional program for the adoption of Open Science and Open Education, through the professionalization of open access editorial practices and policies.

EVALUATION CRITERIA

  • Scope.

  • Project viability.

  • Promotion and use of elements of Open Science (Open Access, Open Infrastructures, Open Educational Resources, Open Data, Open Laboratories, Crowdfunding, Open Notebooks, Open Innovation, Citizen Science, Open Evaluation, Open Teams and Open Source).

  • Impact indicators.

NUMBER OF WINNERS

  • 2 two).

BENEFIT TO GET

  • Open Journal Systems (OJS) 3.3.x update.

  • 1 year of web hosting.

  • Certification course at PKP School for Editorial Process in OJS 3.3.

  • Diagnosis of the journal with dPyx and proposal for improvements.

 
 

4. Professional Internships

One of the objectives of the link between PKP and the academic community is to promote the exchange of experiences through the active participation of students in projects linked to Open Science through stays and collaborations in projects of the PKP and eScire activities.

ADDRESSED TO:​

  • Higher Education Institutions

REQUIREMENTS

Establish an institutional call that allows a selection filter to be made for the best ideas and/or proposals of its students to develop, manage, implement or evaluate any action in favor of the open science ecosystem: (Open Access, Open Infrastructures, Educational Resources Open, Open Data, Open Labs, Crowdfunding, Open Notebooks, Open Innovation, Citizen Science, Open Assessment, Open Teams, and Open Source)

EVALUATION CRITERIA

  • Innovation.

  • Creativity. 

  • Promotion and use of elements of Open Science (Open Access, Open Infrastructures, Open Educational Resources, Open Data, Open Laboratories, Crowdfunding, Open Notebooks, Open Innovation, Citizen Science, Open Evaluation, Open Teams and Open Source).

  • Impact indicators.

  • Evaluation instruments and policies.

NUMBER OF WINNERS

  • 2 two).

BENEFIT TO GET

  • Open Journal Systems (OJS) 3.3.x update.

  • 1 year of web hosting.

  • Certification course at PKP School for Editorial Process in OJS 3.3.

  • Diagnosis of the journal with dPyx and proposal for improvements.