10.09.2015 - Berlin
Quadriga Debatte im Rahmen der Themenwoche "The Digital Turn"
Digitization is constantly transforming the way we conduct research. The term Science 2.0 stands for entirely new forms of research and publication processes, research collaborations, widened participation and the interaction of science with society. New information technologies gradually alter how we communicate, do research, collaborate and publish. Critical voices argue that traditional assessment systems for scientific excellence lag behind these developments and demand that they should open up to the potentials and dynamics offered by Science 2.0.
The Quadriga debate focused on this tension between new opportunities and traditional standards and raises the following questions:
The debate was hosted by Jan-Martin Wiarda and was held in English.
The panelists were:
This event was organizied in cooperation with Elsevier.
This Quadriga Debate was part of the week "The Digital Turn" organized by the German National Forum on Digital Education. With a number of events taking place from 8th to 11th September 2015, the week "The Digital Turn" offered a unique opportunity for debate and exchange on the digital future of science and education.