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Open Science 2.0: How Research and Education Can Benefit from Open Innovation and Web 2.0

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Both, Open Innovation and Web 2.0, are concepts used in commerce in order to support the collaboration of different people and the emergence of new ideas. The approaches can be adapted to science, thus offering new opportunities for research and education. If necessary requirements are satisfied, Open Science 2.0 facilitates e.g. the public development of scientific papers and the conduct of public seminars, both harnessing collective intelligence. This way, it is not only possible to improve the individual outcomes, but also to encourage the exchange between theory and practice.

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  • Open Innovation
  • Collaboration Network
  • Collective Intelligence
  • Open Educational Resource
  • Public Seminar

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Tacke, O. (2010). Open Science 2.0: How Research and Education Can Benefit from Open Innovation and Web 2.0. In: Bastiaens, T.J., Baumöl, U., Krämer, B.J. (eds) On Collective Intelligence. Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing, vol 76. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-14481-3_4

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