CHORUS Forum: Are We Ready for Data Citation Metrics?

October 28, 2021 – Free online meeting
28 October @ 11 AM – 1 PM EDT
#CHORUSForum

Scholarly data has become one of the most important components of Open Science. Governments and funders are mandating that researchers deposit their data in repositories and supply supporting metadata. This extra work will only get done if researchers are given proper credit for their data outputs. But, how prepared is the scholarly ecosystem for data citation metrics? 

The first half of this CHORUS Forum will explore the issues from the perspectives of the various stakeholders including researchers, research officers, librarians, and funders. The second hour will focus on the infrastructure efforts, community advocacy and adoption, and the next steps needed to move toward a solution.

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Registration open until October 25, 2021

Presented by

 

AGENDA

Welcome 
Shelley Stall, Senior Director for Data Leadership, AGU


How do we value shared research data?
In treating data as a first-class research product, we need clear measures that describe the quality and impact of a shared data product.  Speakers will explore this question from the lens of researchers who share data, academic culture and policies, academic research data services, and funders who need to evaluate their investments.

Moderator: Sarah Nusser, Professor emerita of statistics, Iowa State University, and Research professor, Biocomplexity Institute, University of Virginia (bio)

Speakers (confirmed)

  • Rick Gilmore, Professor of Psychology, Pennsylvania State University (bio)
  • Dan Reed, Senior VP of Academic Affairs, University of Utah (bio)
  • Amy Nurnberger, Program Head, Data Management Services, MIT Libraries (bio)
  • Madison Langseth, Science Data Manager, USGS (bio)

A path forward: scaling-up infrastructure to support increased community adoption of data citation assessment
Expert panelists will share insight into infrastructure efforts, the community advocacy and adoption, and the next steps as a collective initiative.

Moderator: Matt Buys, Executive Director, DataCite (bio)

Panel (confirmed)

  • Stefanie Haustein, Assistant Professor, University of Ottawa (bio)
  • Howard Ratner, Executive Director, CHORUS (bio)
  • Anna Hatch, Program Director, DORA (bio)
  • Daniella Lowenberg, Product Manager, Make Data Count, Dryad (bio)

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