Results of the 2019 Wiley Open Research Survey
Wiley has published the results of its Open Research Survey 2019. Earlier this year, over 2,600 researchers worldwide shared their thoughts and experiences of open research practices including: open access publication, data sharing, open peer review and open collaboration. For each of these areas we’ll present what motivates researchers to adopt these practices and the ways in which they do so, looking at how this varies by geography, subject area and career level. We’ll also look at the reasons why researchers might not be adopting these practices.
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