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OpenVIVO: Transparency in Scholarship

Violeta Ilik, Michael Conlon, Graham Triggs, Marijane White, Muhammad Javed, Matthew Brush, Karen Gutzman, Shahim Essaid, Paul Friedman, Simon Porter, Martin Szomszor, Melissa Anne Haendel (+2 others)
2018 Frontiers in Research Metrics and Analytics  
The openVIVo SySTeM OpenVIVO is a hosted VIVO platform that anyone can join. It is provided freely to anyone who would like to have an OpenVIVO profile.  ...  FIguRe 1 | OpenVIVO Person Model showing relationships to contact information, profile photograph, positions, academic works, events, and research areas.  ...  FunDIng Research reported in this publication was supported, in part, by the National Institutes of Health's National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, Grant Number UL1TR001422 and Grant Number  ... 
doi:10.3389/frma.2017.00012 fatcat:t4mmdxw7jvh5dbtz6i7qoi466i

OpenVIVO: Transparency in Scholarship

Violeta Ilik, Michael Conlon, Graham Triggs, Melissa Haendel, Kristi Holmes
OpenVIVO is a free and open hosted semantic web platform anyone can join that gathers and shares open data about scholarship in the world.  ...  OpenVIVO, based on the VIVO open source platform, provides transparent access to data about the scholarly work of its participants.  ...  Transparency in Scholarship Scholarship requires knowledge of previous work.  ... 
doi:10.17605/ fatcat:6sitny5jmbdlbmiqwzotcltu4q

Credit: Discussing Next Steps (Workshop)

Cory Craig, Alison McGonagle-O'Connell, Mohammad Hosseini
2018 Zenodo  
CRediT is a linked data initiative that allows author contribution(s) to scientific papers to be specified, transparent, and present in the article XML (  ...  Topics to be determined by participants, and might include: implementation and barriers, ethical issues, usefulness, and application in non-science disciplines Share results from breakout groups (both  ...  JATS XML 10/10/18 Comments: @cttcraig Slide 13 Related Efforts: OpenVIVOOpenVIVO • free, open-hosted semantic web platform • shares open data about scholarship • anyone can create a profile  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1461084 fatcat:xgiitck5jzewdlr346tc7iic6y

Is authorship sufficient for today's collaborative research? A call for contributor roles

Nicole A. Vasilevsky, Mohammad Hosseini, Samantha Teplitzky, Violeta Ilik, Ehsan Mohammadi, Juliane Schneider, Barbara Kern, Julien Colomb, Scott C. Edmunds, Karen Gutzman, Daniel S. Himmelstein, Marijane White (+4 others)
2020 Accountability in Research  
Recent efforts to enable better recognition of contributions to scholarship include the development of the Contributor Role Ontology (CRO), which extends the CRediT taxonomy and can be used in information  ...  Recent work in the field of authorship shows that shifting to a more inclusive contributorship approach may address these challenges.  ...  progress of credit in scholarship.  ... 
doi:10.1080/08989621.2020.1779591 pmid:32602379 pmcid:PMC7736357 fatcat:27ssflfvi5eotberc6qaf3vs3i

"People are reading your work," scholarly identity and social networking sites

Marie L. Radford, Vanessa Kitzie, Stephanie Mikitish, Diana Floegel, Gary P. Radford, Lynn Silipigni Connaway
2020 Journal of Documentation  
their scholarly identity practices.Social implicationsResults highlight benefits and risks of scholarly identity work and the potential for adopting practices that consider ethical dilemmas inherent in  ...  A concurrent rise in social media use and push to engage in self-promotion of one's scholarship among academics has led to a new landscape from which to examine how academics disseminate research.  ...  As reflected in scholarship by Huws (2014) and Newson and Menzies (2005) , academics are performing work for for-profit platforms that benefit from their data.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jd-04-2019-0074 fatcat:efsfbl52cbaobg3gc6yfroowba