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Thursday, October 17 • 2:00pm - 2:30pm
2 x 15 minute talks - Open Infrastructure

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This half-hour session will include the following two short talks:

Next steps for CRediT implementation in universities
(Tanita Casci)
The talk presents a mini case study of implementing the CRediT taxonomy (https://www.casrai.org/credit.html), which is a controlled vocabulary to represent the roles that collaborators can have when contributing to research outputs. Examples include supervision, software programming or writing an original draft of a paper. It is one of many tools that help to facilitate open research. Few universities have embedded CRediT so far, but several more are now on the point of adoption. The talk will cover the what and how of the case study, as well as some lessons learned and suggestions for the future.

Checklists for software citation: what you need to know
(Neil Chue Hong)
The FORCE11 Software Citation Implementation working group has been developing practical guidance in the form of checklists, which are aimed at authors, reviewers, developers, editors and publishers. The checklists help these audiences to implement software citation principles in their workflows. This talk will give a quick introduction to these checklists and explain how they can be used to improve the practice of open research by giving credit for software.

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Tanita Casci

Head of Research Policy, University of Glasgow
I’m interested in finding ways of improving the culture in which we do research

Thursday October 17, 2019 2:00pm - 2:30pm BST
Plenary Room