Survey for Academic Assessment Systems for Open Science & Research Data


Introduction 

 

This survey aims to understand how current academic assessment systems and infrastructures support evaluating open science practices, particularly those related to research data. 

 

Our target audience for the survey are individuals at institutions in Europe who are: 

 

1. Technicians - those responsible for developing and maintaining the technical systems used in assessments. Examples of these systems include current research information systems (CRIS), researcher profile systems, personnel management systems, etc. 

 

AND/OR who are 

 

2. Data collectors - those responsible for creating or collecting data used in assessments. Such individuals may work in libraries, human resource departments or in research support offices, for example. 

 

The survey should take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete and is divided into the following main sections:

 

1. Academic assessment systems (general questions)

2. Open science in academic assessment systems

3. Research data in academic assessment systems

4. Persistent identifiers in academic assessment systems 

 

Questions related to demographics are also included to help contextualize your responses.

 

This survey is part of a project funded by the European Open Science Cloud Co-Creation program and operated by the Federation of Finnish Learned Societies (TSV) to work towards fostering responsible evaluation of research and researchers throughout Europe.