Dataverse for Journals, at SSP Conference, Washington DC, Thursday, May 28, 2015:

Presentation in the SSP session on: Helping Journal Editors Establish Data Access and Research Transparency Practices

For several years, a group of scholars and editors in the social sciences have worked to establish data citation and research transparency standards. These were used to launch forward-looking and action-oriented conversations with a broader group of editors regarding how to facilitate and incentivize appropriate data access, and research and analytic transparency. The panel will discuss best practices: the use of...

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Collaboration in Science and Technology, at Harvard's Women In Technology, Lamont Library, Harvard Univeristy, Thursday, April 9, 2015:

Description: Until recently, the criteria used in assessing and engaging people for the advancement of science and technology have been focused on skills and contributions of single individuals in these fields, and not been carefully evaluated based on their success. As science and technology are increasingly becoming collaborative and social ventures, and it is now seldom the case that the impact of a single individual is crucial, the criteria for and stereotypes of the successful scientific or technical leader should change accordingly. Changing the...

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