Research data management and collaboration - New features from figshare
Des nouvelles fonctionnalités qui nous éloignent de l'Open Science ...
"This means that now using figshare, any academic, for free can: - Store their research outputs privately. - Share their research outputs privately, with a selected number of other researchers. - Make their outputs openly available under the most liberal CC licenses."
Since the National Science Foundation joined the National Institutes of Health in requiring that grant proposals include a data management plan, academic librarians have been inundated with related requests from faculty and campus-based grant...
"Effectively connecting research data with the resulting articles is necessary to fully realize the benefits of open access articles and open data. A panel of experts will examine emerging practices for libraries, potential new collaborations, considerations of how to fund the storage and preservation of data, and options for making the connections between articles and data to fully realize the potential to expand open access to research."
"The SEEK platform is a web-based resource for sharing heterogeneous scientific research datasets,models or simulations, processes and research outcomes. It preserves associations between them, along with information about the people and organisations involved"
"The DMPTool (Data Management Planning Tool) aids researchers in creating data management plans to meet requirements of the National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, and other funding agencies. DMPTool is a freely‐available web application which guides users through the process of creating a DMP for a range of funders and connect users with data management planning resources. The DMPTool allows users to edit, save, share, print, and download their data management plans. Institutions can customize the tool and configure Shibboleth login. A group of major research institutions has partnered to create a flexible online tool including, Univeristy of Virginia Library, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, Smithsonian Institution, DataONE, UC Curation Center at the California Digital Library. In early January we will be pushing out a new version of the tool that will allow institutions to create their own DMP requirements for their community of users"
Earlier this year, I ran across a news article that got me really excited in the science-nerdy kind of way. The article talked about how we could measure how happy the people in each U.S. state are...
- intéressant ... des articles publiés dans un journal OA (dont la politique en matière de disponibilité des données est clairement indiquée "PLoS ONE will not consider a study if the conclusions depend solely on the analysis of proprietary data" dont les données sources sont propriétaires (Twitter). Dilemme.
- "Does this mean researchers using Twitter data can’t publish in open access journals?"
- "Does this render Twitter an inviable platform to study social networks, if the ultimate goal is to publish the study open access?"
- "I don’t really have any answers, and the folks at PLoS ONE have been pondering it since June"
This report examines how research institutions are responding to data management requirements of the National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, and other federal agencies. It also considers what role, if any, academic libraries and the library and information science profession should have in supporting researchers’ data management needs
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