Pilot Project provides findings and advice on data sharing in development research

  • 24/10/2017
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    Launched just ahead of last year’s FORCE11 conference devoted to the utilisation of technological and open science advancements to communication of scholarship, the data sharing pilot project of Prof. Cameron Neylon, Centre for Culture and Technology, Curtin University, Australia, and his collaborators has published its final outcomes days before FORCE2017. The project made use of the innovative open science RIO Journal, which […]

    Guidelines for scholarly publishing of biodiversity data from Pensoft and EU BON

  • 01/03/2017
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    While development and implementation of data publishing and sharing practices and tools have long been among the core activities of the academic publisher Pensoft, it is well-understood that as part of scholarly publishing, open data practices are also currently in transition, and hence, require a lot of collaborative and consistent efforts to establish. Based on […]

    Data sharing pilot to report and reflect on data policy challenges via 8 case studies

  • 19/04/2016
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    This week, FORCE2016 is taking place in Portland, USA. The FORCE11 yearly conference is devoted to the utilisation of technological and open science advancements towards a new-age scholarship founded on easily accessible, organised and reproducible research data. As a practical contribution to the scholarly discourse on new modes of communicating knowledge, Prof. Cameron Neylon, Centre […]