Utilization of Public Documents and Data for the Open Science Paradigm: From One-way Communication and Monitoring to Interactive Collaboration.
presentationposted on 25.02.2022, 05:32 by Kazuhiro HayashiKazuhiro Hayashi
In this presentation, we will discuss the utilization of public document data, based on the contents of the round table "Thinking about Digital Public Documents: Making Public Documents and Organizational Documents Truly Public Goods" (held online on January 12, 2021) and the discussion afterwards. In this session, we will discuss the utilization of public document data from the viewpoint of knowledge production. Specifically, we discuss the digital transformation of social sciences, civic tech, and citizen science, and consider the future direction of digital archiving activities. In particular, citing the discussion of open science policy and the phenomenon of the transformation of citizen science, which is one of the themes of open science policy, and predict that the utilization of socially influential public data will change from a relationship of outreach and surveillance caused by information asymmetry to a two-way collaboration that maintains a certain level of tension.