Knowledge Exchange news relating to Open Science
Are you interested in practices that support scaling of research reproducibility? Then Knowledge Exchange invites you to answer this survey conducted by Dr Michelle Barker and Prof. Neil Chue Hong. Your contribution is valuable in helping us understand what types of practices assist individual researchers and managers to scale up practices that improve research reproducibility.
We are delighted to announce that registration for the inaugural KE webinar is now open! Let us guide you through the complex PID landscape in this compact one hour webinar. Hear directly from experts and consultants on ways to ensure the effective implementation and management of PID systems. Find out more about the risks of an unreliable PID service and learn how to deal with any risk and trust related issues encountered. This is an opportunity to gain a further understanding of the PID infrastructure.
Knowledge Exchange in collaboration with scidecode science consulting has launched the main report as part of its’ work around Risks and Trust in pursuit of a well-functioning PID infrastructure for research. Building the plane as we Fly It: the promise of Persistent Identifiers explores the world of PIDs with an emphasis on its risks and trust-related issues.
Our final newsletter for this year which includes an update on PIDs: Risks and Trust, Small Publishers and the Transition to Open Access and much more!
We are excited to publish the latest Knowledge Exchange annual briefing. Here you can find out what we have been doing to facilitate open science and key achievements along the way.
Research funders play a vital role within the current PID landscape. This first case study is part of a soon to be published series within the study "Risks and Trust in pursuit of a well-functioning PID infrastructure for research" and explores what the role of the funder involves.
Our latest newsletter including updates on Alternative Publishing Platforms, FAIR Data and Software and much more!
As part of its work on open science, the Knowledge Exchange are inviting consultants to submit proposals to work with us to explore the practice of conducting research in a reproducible way.