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OSC
Office of Scholarly Communication
Building a collaborative RDM community:
tips and tricks
Dr Marta Teperek
Office of S...
OSCContent
This session will cover:
• How not to start with RDM services
• The (forgotten?) benefits of data sharing
• Dev...
OSC
How not to start with RDM
OSC
You must do it
You must share to comply with funders’ policies
EPSRC do random checks to make sure data are
shared in ...
OSC
Immediate reaction:
• This is not my priority
• Why would I do that?
• People will steal my results!
• Data management...
OSC
Let’s re-think the approach…
OSC
• Benefits of sharing
• Support available
• Empowering researchers
Alternative approach
Alternative approach
OSC
Why would you want to share your
research?
Talking about the benefits
OSCSharing your data is ‘A Good Thing’
OSC
Some other very important reasons to share
The forgotten benefits?
OSC
Research relies on the principle that we share
our findings
Ideas and results need to be shared to move
human knowledg...
OSC
From Dr Eric Turner:
https://figshare.com/articles/Peer_review_After_Results_are_Known_Are_we_PARKing
_the_Cart_Before...
OSC
p-value 0.05: who is going to publish their results?
Non-positive results need be shared not to waste
time and resourc...
OSCSelfish reason: share once and don’t be bothered
http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acsami.6b00661
Corresponding authors:
Or
OSCSelfish reason: share once and don’t be bothered
https://www.repository.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/248506
OSCGet access to shared data
Two questions asked when discussing data sharing
with researchers:
1. It would be useful if r...
OSC
Adequate provisions need to be in place for
researchers to do the right thing.
Simultaneously: development of RDM serv...
OSC
www.data.cam.ac.uk
Online information
OSCConsultancy on data management
www.data.cam.ac.uk/consultancy
OSCData management plan support service
www.data.cam.ac.uk/DMPsupport
+ guidance
+ example
plans
OSCTraining
www.data.cam.ac.uk/events
OSC
www.repository.cam.ac.uk
Repository
OSCAdvocacy and outreach
Huge engagement programme:
• We have spoken with over 1,800 academics
• 75 individual information...
OSCAdvocacy and outreach
Twitter: @CamOpenData
Over 900 followers
Newsletter: over 1,700 subscribers
Various communication...
OSCAdvocacy and outreach
www.lib.cam.ac.uk/librarians/oa/oa_promo.html
Various communication channels
OSC
DEMOCRATIC approach to RDM
Empowering researchers and staff members
OSCLet researchers shape RDM services
OSCNever dismiss questions – be open for discussion
Video:
https://upload.sms.cam.ac.uk/media/2113537
https://storify.com/...
OSCLet researchers shape the policy
https://unlockingresearch.blog.lib.cam.ac.uk/?p=817
OSCCreation of the RDM Project Group at Cambridge
OSC
Did it work?
Researchers’ feedback on our services
OSCBehavioural change in sharing
In a bit more than a year 10X more data
submissions than during a decade 2005 - 2015
2015...
OSCFeedback on training
Anonymous feedback:
“I thought this was the best workshop I've attended so far. Very
professional ...
OSCInformed discussions about barriers to sharing
• 20 case study abstracts from researchers
• 80 attendees: researchers a...
OSCFuture plans
http://bit.ly/RDMChampions
Call for RDM Champions
OSC
Collaboration and open communication:
key to succeed with RDM provisions
Reflections
OSC
Questions: mt446@cam.ac.uk
www.data.cam.ac.uk
@martateperek
@CamOpenData
Thank you
https://unlockingresearch.blog.lib....
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Building a collaborative RDM community, research data network

Research data network, September 2016, Marta Teperek, University of Cambridge

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Building a collaborative RDM community, research data network

  1. 1. OSC Office of Scholarly Communication Building a collaborative RDM community: tips and tricks Dr Marta Teperek Office of Scholarly Communication, University of Cambridge mt446@cam.ac.uk @martateperek 6 September, RDN meeting http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.61514
  2. 2. OSCContent This session will cover: • How not to start with RDM services • The (forgotten?) benefits of data sharing • Development of RDM services at Cambridge • Democratic approach to RDM • Researchers’ reactions • Reflections http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.61514
  3. 3. OSC How not to start with RDM
  4. 4. OSC You must do it You must share to comply with funders’ policies EPSRC do random checks to make sure data are shared in publications that acknowledge their funding https://www.epsrc.ac.uk/files/aboutus/standards/clarificationsofexpectationsresearchd atamanagement/
  5. 5. OSC Immediate reaction: • This is not my priority • Why would I do that? • People will steal my results! • Data management is a waste of time • Nobody will understand my data • It would take me 5 years to find all my data! Bad start
  6. 6. OSC Let’s re-think the approach…
  7. 7. OSC • Benefits of sharing • Support available • Empowering researchers Alternative approach Alternative approach
  8. 8. OSC Why would you want to share your research? Talking about the benefits
  9. 9. OSCSharing your data is ‘A Good Thing’
  10. 10. OSC Some other very important reasons to share The forgotten benefits?
  11. 11. OSC Research relies on the principle that we share our findings Ideas and results need to be shared to move human knowledge forward Open Research is fundamental to being an academic
  12. 12. OSC From Dr Eric Turner: https://figshare.com/articles/Peer_review_After_Results_are_Known_Are_we_PARKing _the_Cart_Before_the_Horse_/3381379 FDA record of clinical trials with 12 antidepressants: Only positive results published Science relies on the principle that findings are shared
  13. 13. OSC p-value 0.05: who is going to publish their results? Non-positive results need be shared not to waste time and resources
  14. 14. OSCSelfish reason: share once and don’t be bothered http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acsami.6b00661 Corresponding authors: Or
  15. 15. OSCSelfish reason: share once and don’t be bothered https://www.repository.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/248506
  16. 16. OSCGet access to shared data Two questions asked when discussing data sharing with researchers: 1. It would be useful if research data underpinning publications was available 2. I (/my group) regularly share research data underpinning publications
  17. 17. OSC Adequate provisions need to be in place for researchers to do the right thing. Simultaneously: development of RDM services
  18. 18. OSC www.data.cam.ac.uk Online information
  19. 19. OSCConsultancy on data management www.data.cam.ac.uk/consultancy
  20. 20. OSCData management plan support service www.data.cam.ac.uk/DMPsupport + guidance + example plans
  21. 21. OSCTraining www.data.cam.ac.uk/events
  22. 22. OSC www.repository.cam.ac.uk Repository
  23. 23. OSCAdvocacy and outreach Huge engagement programme: • We have spoken with over 1,800 academics • 75 individual information sessions about data sharing • 37 different training events and workshops Since January 2015 2015)
  24. 24. OSCAdvocacy and outreach Twitter: @CamOpenData Over 900 followers Newsletter: over 1,700 subscribers Various communication channels http://www.data.cam.ac.uk/datanews
  25. 25. OSCAdvocacy and outreach www.lib.cam.ac.uk/librarians/oa/oa_promo.html Various communication channels
  26. 26. OSC DEMOCRATIC approach to RDM Empowering researchers and staff members
  27. 27. OSCLet researchers shape RDM services
  28. 28. OSCNever dismiss questions – be open for discussion Video: https://upload.sms.cam.ac.uk/media/2113537 https://storify.com/CamOpenData/odpd15 https://unlockingresearch.blog.lib.cam.ac.uk/?p=392 “Open Data – moving science forward or a waste of money & time?”
  29. 29. OSCLet researchers shape the policy https://unlockingresearch.blog.lib.cam.ac.uk/?p=817
  30. 30. OSCCreation of the RDM Project Group at Cambridge
  31. 31. OSC Did it work? Researchers’ feedback on our services
  32. 32. OSCBehavioural change in sharing In a bit more than a year 10X more data submissions than during a decade 2005 - 2015 2015 2016 • Researchers used to panic and share their data at the last minute (compliance requirements) • More and more frequently: • Data shared before publication – access for peer- reviewers • Placeholder requests for data in preparation • Richer metadata (new fields needed!) • Data sharing seems to be more and more embedded in the publication process
  33. 33. OSCFeedback on training Anonymous feedback: “I thought this was the best workshop I've attended so far. Very professional delivery, good balance of participant interaction.” “Course should be mandatory and done at the beginning of the year. It was excellent - thank you. I wish I did it at the beginning.”
  34. 34. OSCInformed discussions about barriers to sharing • 20 case study abstracts from researchers • 80 attendees: researchers and data managers http://www.ses.ac.uk/2016/08/31/guest-post-power-open-data/
  35. 35. OSCFuture plans http://bit.ly/RDMChampions Call for RDM Champions
  36. 36. OSC Collaboration and open communication: key to succeed with RDM provisions Reflections
  37. 37. OSC Questions: mt446@cam.ac.uk www.data.cam.ac.uk @martateperek @CamOpenData Thank you https://unlockingresearch.blog.lib.cam.ac.uk/ Slides: http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.61514

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