Zenodo Community „Open Access & Open Science Research“

Zenodo Community "Open Access & Open Science Research"Some time ago I set up the community „Open Access & Open Science Research“ on Zenodo, but failed to promote it. This collection should only contain documents, data or other objects that deal with Open Access and Open Science as a research topic, e. g. scientometric studies, monitoring studies or studies on the acceptance of Open Access and Open Science. It should not contain any text or data on research topics other than Open Access or Open Science even if the text, data or software was published Open Access. If this criterion should be fulfilled, I as a curator add the submissions to the community.

Like all other Zenodo communities, this community has its own OAI PMH interface, https://zenodo.org/oai2d?verb=ListRecords&set=user-osr&metadataPrefix=oai_dc.

Please feel free to submit items to the community as long as they meet the criterion mentioned above. You are very welcome to spread the information about the existence of the community or make suggestions for its improvement.

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„A Landscape Survey of #ActiveDMPs / Machine-actionable or ‘active’ Data Management Plans“ published

"A Landscape Survey of #ActiveDMPs / Machine-actionable or ‘active’ Data Management Plans" publishedA team of authors consisting of Sarah Jones, Tomasz Miksa, Daniel Mietchen, Stephanie Natasha Simons & Kathryn Unsworth published on Zenodo a preprint to be published in the conference proceedings of the 13th International Digital Curation Conference (IDCC) that takes place on 19–22 February 2018 in Barcelona. The paper focuses on machine-actionable or active Data Management Plans .

Jones, Sarah, Miksa, Tomasz, Mietchen, Daniel, Simms, Stephanie, Simons, Natasha, & Unsworth, Kathryn. (2018). A Landscape Survey of #ActiveDMPs (preprint). International Journal of Digital Curation (IJDC). DOI:10.5281/zenodo.1174283

Here’s also the abstract of the paper that is published under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license:

„Machine-actionable or ‘active’ Data Management Plans have gathered a great deal of interest over recent years with many groups worldwide discussing a vision of how DMPs can enable researchers to manage their data and connect them up with service providers for support. Discussions are focused on converting DMPs from a stick to a carrot. Researchers and other stakeholders must come to regard them as a benefit, something useful for doing their research, a manifest of their methods and outputs that can be used for reporting, evaluation and implementation rather than an annoying administrative burden.

This paper reviews the work underway by different groups to gather user requirements and trial solutions. It notes several international fora where discussions are taking place and lists DMP platforms in active development. We offer a summary of where things are going, who needs to be involved and how we can include them. We conclude with next steps for machine-actionable DMPs that focus on continuing efforts to connect interested parties, share ideas, experiment in multiple directions to test these concepts and turn machine-actionable DMPs into reality.“

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„Data from: Open access levels: a quantitative exploration using Web of Science and oaDOI data“ published

"Data from: Open access levels: a quantitative exploration using Web of Science and oaDOI data" publishedBianca Kramer and Jeroen Bosman shared accompanying data to their article „Open access levels: a quantitative exploration using Web of Science and oaDOI data“ on Zenodo:

Kramer, Bianca, & Bosman, Jeroen. (2018). Data from: Open access levels: a quantitative exploration using Web of Science and oaDOI data [Data set]. Zenodo. DOI:10.5281/zenodo.1143707

The data is provided under a Creative Commons Zero – CC0 1.0 License.

The article itself is available as:

Bosman J, Kramer B. (2018) Open access levels: a quantitative exploration using Web of Science and oaDOI data. PeerJ Preprints 6:e3520v1 DOI:10.7287/peerj.preprints.3520v1

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Questionnaires and data from Christian Heise’s doctoral thesis „Von Open Access zu Open Science: Zum Wandel digitaler Kulturen der wissenschaftlichen Kommunikation“ are published

Questionnaires and data from Christian Heise's doctoral thesis "Von Open Access zu Open Science: Zum Wandel digitaler Kulturen der wissenschaftlichen Kommunikation" are publishedChristian Heise published questionnaires and data from his doctoral thesis „Von Open Access zu Open Science: Zum Wandel digitaler Kulturen der wissenschaftlichen Kommunikation“ on Zendo. Christian can certainly be regarded as a pioneer as he wrote this thesis live on the internet and offered a maximum of insights and verifiability, among other things he documented changes via github and shared all information (just like the thesis itself) under open licenses.

This also applies to questionnaires and data provided under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license:

Heise, Christian. (2017, December 6). Fragebogen und Daten zum Dissertationsvorhaben „Von Open Access zu Open Science: Zum Wandel digitaler Kulturen der wissenschaftlichen Kommunikation“ (Version 1.0). Zenodo. DOI:10.5281/zenodo.1095129

Please note that the thesis can also be ordered as a printed book from meson press or be downloaded as a Open Access publication from the meson website as a PDF.

Alternatively, an export of the live thesis can also be downloaded from Zenodo:
Heise, Christian. (2016). offene-doktorarbeit: Release – Submitted Version (1.0) [Data set]. Zenodo. DOI:10.5281/zenodo.263075

 

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