Raising the Profile of Research Software

« Research software is fundamental to contemporary research, yet it does not receive the recognition it rightfully deserves. This needs to … Continuer la lecture de « Raising the Profile of Research Software »

Source > zenodo.org, Akhmerov, Anton, Cruz, Maria, Drost, Niels, Hof, Cees, Knapen, Tomas, Kuzak, Mateusz, … van Werkhoven, Ben. (2019, August 27), (Version 1.0.0). Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3378572

Lost or found? Discovering data needed for research

« Finding or discovering data is a necessary precursor to being able to reuse data, although relatively little large-scale empirical evidence … Continuer la lecture de « Lost or found? Discovering data needed for research »

Source > arxiv.org, Kathleen Gregory, Paul Groth, Andrea Scharnhorst, Sally Wyatt, [v1] Sun, 1 Sep 2019 19:56:00 UTC (5,646 KB)

OPERAS’s Answers to the Expert Group for Open Science of the European Commission

« The OSPP (Open Science Policy Platform) asked their stakeholders some questions on the future of Scholarly Publishing and Scholarly Communication. … Continuer la lecture de « OPERAS’s Answers to the Expert Group for Open Science of the European Commission »

Source > operas.hypotheses.org, Judith Schulte, 17 septembre 2019

Myth-busting: all open access journals can be listed in DOAJ

« (…) The Directory of Everything open access would be a wonderful thing but of how much use would it be? … Continuer la lecture de « Myth-busting: all open access journals can be listed in DOAJ »

Source > blog.doaj.org, 17 septembre 2019