bibliotheek Datum 02-10-2012 | 2program› Intro - Sharing results of publicly funded research- open access - data mining - re-use - Research integrity - transparency› How does that affect you? - dissemination paragraph of a research proposal› Why is the library involved? - Support for visibility of research - Repository for dissertations - Awareness on copyright-issues & OA-policy› Planning - general introduction on policy, - OA for publications, than break - discussion sharing research data
bibliotheek Datum 02-10-2012 | 3Definition Open AccessOpen access (OA) literature is digital, online,free of charge, and free of most copyright andlicensing restrictions.Peter Suber
bibliotheek Datum 02-10-2012 | 7Open Access at Springer
bibliotheek Datum 02-10-2012 | 8Aim Horizon 2020:› It’s partly about making access to scientific information more affordable.› But improving access can also help science and innovation itself. Sharing research results helps the scientific community to examine, compare, learn, and spread knowledge — faster and better. http://blogs.ec.europa.eu/neelie-kroes/open-science/
bibliotheek Datum 02-10-2012 | 9Leadership EU: Horizon 2020› plan to make available under open access all publications stemming from EU-funded research. EC also commits to progressively open access to research data› EC is also formally recommending to EU Member States that they join us on this road to open access, for research funded at national level.
bibliotheek Datum 02-10-2012 |Data is hot!Article on “trends for2012”: “Keeping yourresearch data secret untilthey are finally printed ina scientific journal is so2011”Neelie Kroes (Vice-President of the EuropeanCommission responsiblefor the Digital Agenda):“Data is the new gold”
bibliotheek Datum 02-10-2012 | 11Netherlands Code of Conduct forScientific Practice 2004, updated 2012III. VerifiabilityPrinciplePresented information is verifiable.Whenever research results are publicized, itis made clear what the data and theconclusions are based on, where they werederived from and how they can be verified.
bibliotheekBest Practice Datum 02-10-2012 | 12› III.1 Research must be replicable in order to verify its accuracy. The choice of research question, the research set-up, the choice of method and the reference to sources studied is accurately documented.› III.2 The quality of data collection, data input, data storage and data processing is guarded closely. All steps taken must be properly reported and their execution must be properly monitored (lab journals, progress reports, documentation of arrangements and decisions, etc.).› III.3 Raw research data are stored for at least five years. These data are made available to other scientific practitioners at request.› III.4 Raw research data are archived in such a way that they can be consulted at a minimum expense of time and effort.› III.5 The source of all educational material, including oral information transfer, is stated.
bibliotheek Datum 02-10-2012 | Data Management Plans 1. Preparation of the data collection project 2. Implementation of the data collection project 3. Archiving data and making data available http://www.dans.knaw.nl/cont ent/categorieen/diensten/data -management-plan
bibliotheek Datum 02-10-2012 | 14McCullough/McGeary/Harrison:“Lessons from the JMCB Archive”, 2006http://openeconomics.net/2012/12/07/research-data-management-in-economic-journals/“Results published in economic journals areaccepted at face value and rarely subjected tothe independent verification that is thecornerstone of the scientific method. Mostresults published in economics journals cannotbe subjected to verification, even in principle,because authors typically are not requiredto make their data and code available forverification.”
bibliotheek Datum 02-10-2012 | 15Final report cie Levelt (Stapel)“Although mutual trust remains at the basis ofscientific collaboration, this cannot be taken forgranted. Of course, the shortcomings identifiedmust not result in organized distrust oroverblown bureaucracy that unnecessarilyimpedes scientific work, but rather in thecreation of a research environment in whichresearchers are encouraged, throughcoaching, training and effective controls, to takeaccount of the rules for careful and honestacademic research.”
bibliotheek Datum 02-10-2012 | 16New initiatives on sharing data
bibliotheek Datum 02-10-2012 | 17New initiatives in marketing science› Marketing Science announces its new replication and disclosure policies that will take effect beginning April 15, 2013.› International Journal of Research in Marketing: We launched a new section in the journal: the Replication Corner. The idea is to publish conceptual replications, and in some cases also failed replications, of important findings in the field. We ask you…to encourage research students, perhaps as part of their training, to send to IJRM their replication works.
bibliotheek Datum 02-10-2012 | 22Request:Dear Esther,It is great to hear from you and also to knowthat this information has been useful for you.Your workshop sounds really interesting, wouldyou like to share some information about theworkshop on the open economicsblog: openeconomics.net/blog ?Velichka
bibliotheek Datum 02-10-2012 | 23 Discussion onOpen Access & data sharing
bibliotheek Datum 02-10-2012 | 24 1Are you aware of funder’s mandates that require and fundOpen Access in your field of research? See for instanceNWOs website.“Although OA journals began a little later in China, they haveundergone rapid development. Many universities andcolleges, academic associations, and research institutions inChina currently practice an OA model…Economics 30 journals with OA 4.4 % of all journals(Medicine 30%)”http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.serrev.2012.03.001
bibliotheek Datum 02-10-2012 | 25 2› Name two journals in which you would like to publish articles during your (Phd.) research.› Check the impact factor of these journals in the Journal Citation Reports For a short tutorial on the JCR: Short Journal Citation Report video tutorial› For innovative approaches to metrics see Altmetrics, Altmetric and the PLOS page on article level metrics.
bibliotheek Datum 02-10-2012 | 26 3› Do the publishers of these two journals allow you to retain your copyrights and to publish Open Access? Here is a short Dutch Youtube film on retaining your copyright.› If not, do they allow to make the final version before publication available in Open Access. Check on the website for publishers copyright and self-archiving SHERPA-Romeo.
bibliotheek Datum 02-10-2012 | 28 4› Are there interesting Open Access journals or similar initiatives in your field?› See for a database with Open Access journals the directory of Open Access journals.
bibliotheek Datum 02-10-2012 | 29 5Select one issue related to the topic “Researchdata & integrity” you consider relevant for yourline of research, and explain why it is relevant.
bibliotheek Datum 02-10-2012 | 30Issues: data policies› attitude/role as researcher› What data authors have to provide - descriptions of the data - instructions on how to use - submission of (self-written) programs used e.g. for simulation - programs used for these simulations When? - prior to publication - Proprietary data How? - Open formats - Version of software
bibliotheek Datum 02-10-2012 | 31 6Look at this blogpost on research datamanagement in economic journals on the openeconomics website. Are there relevant policiesfor adding data to journals articles for thejournals you selected under question 2?