Data Sharing Seminar Series for Societies
You are invited to a new seminar series for societies and the communities they serve to develop a better understanding of the evolving data (and software) sharing research culture with invited speakers who are actively engaged with journals, funders, institutions, repositories, and other research communities on the practices available and challenges yet to be addressed.
Societies have a unique role in bringing awareness of developing practices and supporting the necessary discussions within disciplines to bring their voice to the larger community.
These seminars are monthly for 12 months on the first Friday of each month at 10am ET (15:00 UTC). There will be 2-3 speakers with ~30 minutes of Q&A and discussion specific to society engagement to help with data sharing, credit, transparency and more. Recordings will be made available following the session to help with busy schedules and time zone challenges.
The first seminar is titled “Data Sharing and Citation: How Societies Can Make a Difference”. It will be an overview of the current state with context on why we felt this series would be timely and relevant. See flyer for details.
Register Here for the 5 Feb 2021 Seminar (or all 12 in the series).
Upcoming planned topics include (not in any particular order):
Incentives for Data Sharing
Building Community around Data
Increasing Diversity and Democratizing Data
Changing Culture around Data Sharing
Credit for Preserving and Citing Datasets
Government Data Sharing Polices (e.g. NIH, European Commission, Research Data Canada)
Research Data Policy Framework for All Journals and Publishers
Importance of Linking Research Products using PIDS
Questions: Contact Shelley Stall, [email protected]
This series is supported and guided by these collaborating societies and federations:
American Astronomical Society
American Geophysical Union
American Meteorological Society, Board on Data Stewardship
Council of Scientific Society Presidents
Federation of American Societies For Experimental Biology
Federation of Associations in Behavioral and Brain Sciences
International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry
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