LIBER Webinar: A Data Citation Roadmap for Scholarly Data Repositories
Join us on 15 May at 1500 CET for a LIBER Webinar looking at a practical roadmap to help scholarly data repositories implement data citation in accordance with the Joint Declaration of Data Citation Principles.
The roadmap makes 11 specific recommendations, grouped into three phases of implementation:
- Required steps needed to support the Joint Declaration of Data Citation Principles (a synopsis and harmonisation of the recommendations of major science policy bodies);
- Recommended steps that facilitate article/data publication workflows;
- Optional steps that further improve data citation support provided by data repositories.
It was developed by the Repositories Early Adopters Expert Group, part of the Data Citation Implementation Pilot project which, in turn, was an initiative of FORCE11.org and the NIH BioCADDIE (2016) program.
More About This Webinar
This LIBER webinar will feature two speakers:
- Mercè Crosas – Chief Data Science and Technology Officer at the Institute for Quantitative Social Science (IQSS) at Harvard University. She has more than 10 years of experience leading the Dataverse project and more than 15 years of experience building data management and analysis systems in biotechnology companies and academia. She is part of numerous committees and working groups focused on research data management, data citation, and data standards. Crosas is co-PI of the Dataverse Project, with IQSS director Gary King, and supervises the Zelig project for statistical analysis, the Consilience project for text analysis, and the Data Science Services and Data Curation teams at IQSS. She collaborates with a wide range of data related projects, including the Harvard Privacy Tools, DataTags, Data Provenance, the Structural Biology Grid Data , Cloud Dataverse with the Massachusetts Open Cloud, and the Boston Area Research Initiative, among others.
- Martin Fenner – Technical Director at DataCite. He envisions, develops, implements and manages a robust technical architecture for DataCite as well as DataCite’s technical contributions for the EU-funded THOR project. Until 2015 he was technical lead for the PLOS Article-Level Metrics project. He served on the Board of the Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID) initiative from 2010-2012, and worked for ORCID EU in the EU-funded ODIN project from 2012 to 2013. Martin has a medical degree from the Free University of Berlin and is a Board-certified medical oncologist.
The webinar is organised by LIBER’s Working Group on Scientific Information Infrastructures.
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