Our outcomes.
In a nutshell.

PathOS will deliver a range of diverse outputs.

  • Cost Benefit Analysis for Open Science
    Cost Benefit analysis report for indicative case studies and a framework (model) for impact pathways for Open Science to help policy and decision-making bodies to better understand the rationale of OS and how their impacts materialise.  
  • Recommendations for policy makers
    Recommendations for policy makers and implementors of Open Science on how and where to intervene: actions for efficient implementation and improvement based on set objectives. 
  • Portfolio of use cases/stories
    An online registry with a portfolio of use cases/stories that showcase different impacts of OS and the actions which led into them. 
  • Handbook of Open Science Impact Indicators
    A Handbook of Open Science Impact Indicators mapped to the three impact areas, accompanied by a set of methods and proposed data/data sources. 
  • Recommendations for metrics
    Recommendations on how to develop/improve the underlying metrics infrastructure. 
  • Tools & data
    A set of tools and data that measure Open Science impact indicators (code, data, toolkits). 
  • A training programme
    A training programme for policy makers, policy officers and research administrators. 
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe framework programme under grant agreement No. 101058728. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Research Executive Agency. Neither the European Union nor the European Research Executive Agency can be held responsible for them.