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Wednesday, January 23 • 2:00pm - 2:25pm
Openness Profile: mobilizing PIDs to increase visibility of open scholarship

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Implementation of open scholarship is increasingly confronted by a misalignment between contemporary research evaluation protocols and the expectations of new research policies that privilege broad opening of all stages of research. In this presentation we introduce the openness profile[1], a bottom-up approach that draws on PID infrastructure to make visible a diverse range of contributions to openness. More concretely, the openness profile is conceived as a collection of documented contributions to open scholarship with a DOI (or a collection of DOI’s with a RAiD[2]), which is linked to the contributor’s ORCID iD[3]. By intervening at the level of infrastructure, the openness profile is situated to provide resources that are useful to those presently contributing to open scholarship while also being available for, and adaptable to, future changes enacted by top-down research policy initiatives. The main content of this presentation is concerned with sketching out the details of a pilot program.

[1] the Openness Profile concept is presently being developed by the Knowledge Exchange working group on Open Scholarship and Research Evaluation
[2] Research Activity identifier (RAiD): https://www.raid.org.au
[3] Open Researcher and Creator Identifier (ORCID): https://orcid.org
 

Speakers
avatar for Josh Brown

Josh Brown

Director, Partnerships, ORCID
 Josh works with stakeholders, with a focus on research funders and our partners, to support understanding and engagement, and promote adoption of ORCID.  He directs the operations of ORCID EU, leading the ORCID contribution to the THOR Project.  He was previously the ORCID Regional... Read More →
avatar for Siobhann McCafferty

Siobhann McCafferty

ARDC
Made in Aotearoa/New Zealand, matured in Scotland and currently Brisbane based in Australia.Project Manager for the Australian Research Data Commons, wrangler of RAiD and all round  PID enthusiast.
avatar for Clifford Tatum

Clifford Tatum

SURF / CWTS, Leiden University
Consultant, Persistent Identifiers (innovation group) at SURF, in the Netherlands. And researcher at CWTS, Leiden University, focusing on infrastructures of openness in relation to emerging evaluation practices.


Wednesday January 23, 2019 2:00pm - 2:25pm GMT
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