In our new whitepaper on #DataSharing we find that researchers value #ResearchData discoverability differently across subject areas and geographical regions. We’re also discussing how this can potentially be improved http://go.nature.com/ResearchDataWhitepaper … #RDAPlenary #RDAP18 pic.twitter.com/InbIGUraei
Register now: How to Increase the Discoverability of Open Access Books for Researchers? Panel discussion at @ScholarlyPub Regional event Berlin 9 Mar for #librarians #publishers #authors #funders #marketing #scholcomm #research. Full programme: https://goo.gl/vqQfoa #SSPBerlin pic.twitter.com/oUq8tB3tdh
Learn how @SpringerNature pilot requirement for ORCID iDs worked out in this post by Alison Mitchell & Elisa De Ranieri (hint, they’re planning to expand trial 🙂 https://orcid.org/blog/2018/02/21/orcid-mandate-trial-springer-nature …
Short video about November 2017 @SpringerNature hackday “Advancing discovery with published research data”
Welcome to Things we read this week, a weekly post featuring articles from around the internet recommended by BMJ’s Digital Group members. These are articles we’ve read and liked, things that made us think and things we couldn’t stop talking about. Check back every Friday for a new post.
- Reviewing repository discoverability: approaches to improving repository visibility and web impact
How Strathprints, the University of Strathclyde institutional repository improved web visibility and user engagement, thereby improving usage.
- Extending Research Data Support to the whole community
SpringerNature are editing and enhancing metadata about submitted data and files (such as titles, authors, keywords and descriptions), check file integrity, check for potentially sensitive information, and for consistency with associated manuscripts where applicable.
- Three Decades of Peer Review Congresses
Good round up from the Peer Review Congress that JAMA and The BMJ co-hosted in September
- Why Rupert Murdoch’s quest to get Facebook to pay media companies is wrong in every way
“You’ve got entities profiting from publishers’ content, so from an intellectual and philosophical standpoint it’s a fair argument,” Shah told Business Insider. “But history suggests that none of these guys will pay. And history suggests publishers aren’t willing to remove themselves from these traffic sources.”
- Understanding the implications of Open Citations – how far along are we?
Aaron Tay takes us on a useful tour of the open citations space.
- 2017 – That was the year that was
Round up from @CamOpenAccess
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After a successful pilot with @SpringerNature authors, Research Data Support is now available for all published research. The service can now help any published researcher to organise and share their data faster. Find out more about this great service: http://go.nature.com/RDSIntroblog pic.twitter.com/Hw8Dqofe6b