Wednesday, May 25, 2016 from 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Eastern Time
Join us for a discussion moderated by Scholarly Kitchen chefs on the emerging challenges related to registering, archiving, citing, and accessing research data. This webinar will have an open discussion between you, experts working in the trenches with research data, and the Chefs. Questions addressed will include: What are the best practices for citing datasets? What is preregistration and what does it have to do with journals? What policies and practices should journal publishers consider adopting regarding the accessibility of research data? Who is developing standards in this area that you should be monitoring? What is the role of the publisher in balancing data accessibility with researcher concerns about protecting the primacy of his or her work? This webinar will be helpful for researchers, authors, and publishers across all disciplines.
- Michael Clarke, Clarke & Company
- David Crotty, Oxford University Press
- Brooks Hanson, AGU
- Meghan Byrne, PLOS