The actual and potential benefits of open science include strengthened rigor and reliability, the ability to address new questions,faster and more inclusive dissemination of knowledge, broader participation in research, effective use of resources, improved performance of research tasks, and open publication for public benefit. As one effort to increase the contributions of open science among many, the Board on Research Data and Information of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering,and Medicine established the Roundtable on Aligning Incentives for Open Science. On September 20, 2019, the Roundtable organized a public symposium in Washington, DC to consider some of the barriers and challenges to open science, as well as ways to overcome them. Key external stakeholders - including researchers, librarians, learned societies, publishers and infrastructure developers - shared their insights on the current state of the research ecosystem, as well as their visions for how open science can function at scale. This publication highlights the presentations of the event.
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