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Title: Managerial Cores in Open Science: Interpreting ‘Open’ With Library and Information Science
Authors: Roy, Aditi
Ghosh, Saptarshi
Keywords: Open Science
Library and Information Science(LIS)
Library Management
Technology Acceptance Model(TAM)
Maslow’s Need Theory
Schwartz’s Value Theory
Issue Date: Nov-2022
Publisher: INFLIBNET Centre, Gandhinagar
Series/Report no.: CALIBER-2022;40
Abstract: Open Science promotes scholarly communications through collaborations between societal agents by sharing information that is accessible and reusable for everyone. The benefit of science and society promotes transparent and reproducible open knowledge creation and engagement of societal actors to enhance scientific knowledge. This study focuses on the core concepts of Open Science and Library and Information Science discipline to delineate a relational association between the two. This study also tries identifying the motivational traits in Library Management and Open Science by interpreting Maslow’s Need Theory and Schwartz’s Value Theory. Lastly, this study traces technology acceptance by library professionals with the elaboration of the Technology Acceptance Model given by Davis. Libraries provide open access and sharing of resources, information storage and retrieval, data handling and research data management, and guide researchers on open access publishing, open licensing, and others. In the proposed Technology Acceptance model conceived by the authors, the external factors actively or passively influence the attitude and behaviors of library professionals to use technology and systems for promoting Open Science initiatives and practices.
Description: 13th International CALIBER-2022, BHU, Varanasi, UP, 17-19 November 2022
ISBN: 9789381232101
Appears in Collections:CALIBER 2022: Varanasi, UP

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