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A Hatenathon Approach Report on Promoting SciTS in Japan

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Wang G, Ken-ichi Sato, Kyoto Sangyo University. A Hatenathon Approach Report on Promoting SciTS in Japan. Oral presentation at Science of Team Science 2018 Conference. Galveston, Texas. May 23, 2018. Thematic paper presentation at SciTS 2018 conference..

In the past year, we have taken different approaches to promote Science of Team Science (SciTS) in Japan. For example, (1)we conducted literature reviews and interviewsabout SciTSand Transdisciplinary Research as well as disseminated those findings promptly; (2)we made proposals for both funding agency and R&D institution or individual researchers to help them to formulate R&D projects on SciTS; (3) we held a question driven consensus study based on the workshop series called “Hatenathonon promoting Science of Team Science in Japan” to identify the questions, challenges and possible solutions to incubate SciTSin Japan. By working through above approaches, we aim to introduce SciTSinto Japan and stimulate discussions, potential stakeholders, knowledge and investment on SciTSactively in Japan. In this presentation, we give an overview on the progress of promoting SciTSin Japan first, and then a focus report on Hatenathonwhich includes how and what kind of questions or challenges being raised from this question driven consensus workshop series. The purpose of this paper is twofold. First, to share and develop new understandings about SciTS. Second, to obtain ideas on how to initiate SciTSin an international context

Online at: https://sts.memberclicks.net/assets/2018_SciTS_docs/Presentations/Wang_SciTS2018.pdf

Language(s):

English

Type of Publication:

Oral presentation

Keywords:

SciTS 2018, Japan, administration, science, technology

Addresses these goal(s):

  • Learn about the field of team science: history, theory and concepts
  • Establish or maintain effective team science endeavors
  • Enhance team performance, interactions, and attitudes
  • Provide institutional support for team science
  • Provide training for team science to team members or students
  • Conduct research on/evaluate team science

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Resource created by Katie Dolan on 6/26/2018 3:15:02 PM.

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