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Wednesday, January 24 • 4:00pm - 4:30pm

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“A Research particle can only travel through a space created by its research information citizens” (1st Law of Research Data Mechanics)

In a research world where the descriptions of research objects including people, publications, grants, organisations and protocols are increasing enabled by persistent identifiers, multiple systems and institutions will have custodianship of a research records as they move through the research system. Persistent identifiers are not just technical, they are social. Yet for the most part, expectations and of how we should behave, and what we should do to our data for the benefit of other research citizens remains implicit at best. In November 2017, Digital Science (and anybody else that wants to join) will launch a twitter campaign designed to draw out community expectations of what research information citizenship is. This presentation will report back on the results of this campaign, and hopefully move us towards bringing research information citizenship out into the open.

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Simon Porter

VP Academic Relationships and Knowledge Architecture, Digital Science
Simon Porter is the Director of Innovation at Digital Science. Three years ago, Simon came to Digital Science from the University of Melbourne, where he worked for 15 years in roles spanning the Library, Research Administration, and Information Technology. Beginning from a core strength... Read More →

Wednesday January 24, 2018 4:00pm - 4:30pm CET
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