Augmented reality as a tool for open science platform by research collaboration in virtual teams

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Mariya P. Shyshkina
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5569-2700
Maiia V. Marienko
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8087-962X

Abstract

The provision of open science is defined as a general policy aimed at overcoming the barriers that hinder the implementation of the European Research Area (ERA). An open science foundation seeks to capture all the elements needed for the functioning of ERA: research data, scientific instruments, ICT services (connections, calculations, platforms, and specific studies such as portals). Managing shared resources for the community of scholars maximizes the benefits to society. In the field of digital infrastructure, this has already demonstrated great benefits. It is expected that applying this principle to an open science process will improve management by  funding organizations in collaboration with stakeholders through mechanisms such as public consultation. This will increase the perception of joint ownership of the infrastructure. It will also create clear and non-discriminatory access rules, along with a sense of joint ownership that stimulates a higher level of participation, collaboration and social reciprocity. The article deals with the concept of open science. The concept of the European cloud of open science and its structure are presented. According to the study, it has been shown that the structure of the cloud of open science includes an augmented reality as an open-science platform. An example of the practical application of this tool is the general description of MaxWhere, developed by Hungarian scientists, and is a platform of aggregates of individual 3D spaces. 

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Shyshkina, M., & Marienko, M. (2019). Augmented reality as a tool for open science platform by research collaboration in virtual teams. Educational Dimension, 53(1), 147-158. https://doi.org/10.31812/educdim.v53i1.3838
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