· Greg Tananbaum, Open Research Funders Group (bio)
· Chris Bourg, Director of Libraries at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (bio)
Greg Tananbaum will introduce the work of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, Roundtable on Aligning Incentives for Open Science and the toolkit that has been developed to help societies and organizations move toward relevant incentives for researchers to openly share their research, data, and other outputs in support of open science.
Chris Bourg, Director of Libraries at MIT and Co-Chair of the Open Access Task Force at MIT, will share the current progress, opportunities and challenges in revising the Institute’s policies and practices around open publications, data, educational materials, and software.
To register for the series or just this seminar: Registration Here
If you have previously registered for the series, you will receive both an email and outlook invite with the zoom link on or near 18 February. A reminder will be sent out on 4 March as well.
Information on the Seminar Series
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 through January 2022 held 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.
Previously held seminars are archived on zenodo (slides, recording, chat, and resources):
5 February: Data Sharing and Citation: How Societies Can Make a Difference with speakers Helena Cousijn and Shelley Stall.
Upcoming planned topics include (not in any particular order):
Building Community around Data
Increasing Diversity and Democratizing Data
Changing Culture around Data Sharing
Credit for Preserving and Citing Datasets
NIH Data Sharing Plan (and other US and non-US gov agency plans/policies)
Research Data Policy Framework for All Journals and Publishers
Importance of Linking Research Products using PIDS