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Towards an understanding of the relationship between disciplinary research cultures and open access repository behaviors

Jenny Fry, Valérie Spezi, Stephen Probets, Claire Creaser
2015 Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology  
Acknowledgements The authors would like to acknowledge funding from PEER for the PEER Behavioural Research conducted between 2009-2011, which enabled the collection of the data used in this article.  ...  Our thanks to Sonya White who worked on the initial analysis of the data and Charles Oppenheim who was involved in Phase 1 of the project.  ...  of their work on a digital Open Access Repository (OAR).  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.23621 fatcat:q6jgb6z56raa5c6txxz3olwhmm

Researcher attitudes toward data sharing in public data repositories: a meta-evaluation of studies on researcher data sharing

Jennifer L. Thoegersen, Pia Borlund
2021 Journal of Documentation  
PurposeThe purpose of this paper is to report a study of how research literature addresses researchers' attitudes toward data repository use.  ...  understand the phenomenon and allow for cross-study comparisons.  ...  The final aim of this study was to explore how this literature addresses the relationship between researchers' data sharing attitudes and their data sharing behavior.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jd-01-2021-0015 fatcat:wexqpyp6pffupow2tm2h6erq4a

Scientists' data reuse behaviors: A multilevel analysis

Youngseek Kim, Ayoung Yoon
2017 Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology  
This research employed an integrated theoretical framework combining institutional theory and the theory of planned behavior.  ...  This research showed that scientists' data reuse intentions are influenced by both disciplinary level factors (availability of data repositories) and individual level factors (perceived usefulness, perceived  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to acknowledge the CoS Pivot (ProQuest) for allowing us to use their scholar database in recruiting the survey participants. We also would like to acknowledge Ms.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.23892 fatcat:246zxvgcgzcwzmns4sjzwtdygu

The role of data reuse in the apprenticeship process

Adam Kriesberg, Rebecca D. Frank, Ixchel M. Faniel, Elizabeth Yakel
2013 Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
They also suggest how repositories can help foster a reuse culture by providing access to data and building trust in research communities.  ...  Abstract The availability of research data through digital repositories has made data reuse a possibility in a growing number of fields.  ...  We also thank other members of the DIPIR team who participated in data collection and analysis efforts, including Jessica Schaengold, Julianna Barrera-Gomez, Morgan Daniels, and Ayoung Yoon.  ... 
doi:10.1002/meet.14505001051 fatcat:u7rwdxhksvbzbme3jukgqy7xle

A Comparison of Subject and Institutional Repositories in Self-archiving Practices

Jingfeng Xia
2008 The journal of academic librarianship  
Hence, the understanding of user behaviors toward creating content for digital repositories and particularly, the influence of technologies on the behaviors, will benefit digital libraries for future development  ...  Such a correlation between disciplinary culture and the willingness of faculty to self-archive in IRs has been theorized extensively in the literature of digital repositories.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.acalib.2008.09.016 fatcat:xhvmmoz3hrdzzoo4vzrbwlxr7y

Landscapes of Research: Perceptions of Open Access (OA) Publishing in the Arts and Humanities

Julia Gross, John Ryan
2015 Publications  
However, the ongoing training of university researchers and personnel is required to bring into balance their understandings of OA publisher and the demands of the broader Australian and international  ...  Subsequently, researchers in the Faculty of Education and Arts were surveyed regarding their knowledge, understandings, and perceptions of OA publishing.  ...  Author Contributions The research and writing of this manuscript was shared equally between the authors. Conflicts of Interest The authors declare no conflicts of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/publications3020065 fatcat:lo7kwgazzvgmtj6gnyp2l6ic2y

Shifting Paradigms in Information Flow: An Open Science Framework (OSF) for Knowledge Sharing Teams

2018 Informing Science  
The authors explore the relationships between Open Science Theory, its contributions to team science, and the opportunities and challenges associated with adopting open science principles.  ...  Methodology: This concept paper provides a theoretical rationale for recommendations for exploring the connections between an open science paradigm and the dynamics of team communication.  ...  This intellectual and technological connection will allow future consumers to better understand the relationships between the think tanks without overall adoption of the tool happening simultaneously (  ... 
doi:10.28945/4031 fatcat:m6dp6enbkzfnbgobhnvvp33p7q

The Open Access Divide

Jingfeng Xia
2013 Publications  
This paper is an attempt to review various aspects of the open access divide regarding the difference between those academics who support free sharing of data and scholarly output and those academics who  ...  The definition of the open access divide is integrated into the discussion of scholarship on a larger scale.  ...  Similarly, many researchers examine other representations of an open access divide between scholars in developed and developing countries; between junior and senior faculty; between differences of raw  ... 
doi:10.3390/publications1030113 fatcat:haodci72bvhqhbakvkgp4wabca

Towards a model for research data reuse behavior

Renata Gonçalves Curty, Jian Qin
2014 Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
The synthesis of findings led to the development of a model that draws upon the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT) to investigate scientists' intentions and behavior towards the  ...  It also serves as the foundation for a future larger scale research that expects to provide guidelines for policymakers, open data advocates, and data repository stakeholders to better attune policies  ...  Furthermore, the survey research will be able to produce more generalizable results about social scientists' intention and behavior towards the reuse of research data.  Enabling Factors (EF): conditions  ... 
doi:10.1002/meet.2014.14505101072 fatcat:g2a32ei37nbwvnoqsfflmuqole

The Critical Role of Institutional Services in Open Access Advocacy

Tomasz Neugebauer, Annie Murray
2013 International Journal of Digital Curation  
Researchers require strong institutional support to understand the copyright climate of open access self-archiving, user-friendly interfaces and useful metrics, such as repository usage statistics.  ...  In advocating for open access participation, we recommend focusing on its most universal and tangible purpose: increasing public open (gratis) access to the published results of publicly funded research  ...  The relationship between open access to research information and the quality of research information, and ultimately science itself, has emerged as an ongoing theme in discussions about the usefulness  ... 
doi:10.2218/ijdc.v8i1.238 fatcat:oobjn72iajaezfe6u3tkmjfkdq

Academics' behaviors and attitudes towards open access publishing in scholarly journals

Jennifer Rowley, Frances Johnson, Laura Sbaffi, Will Frass, Elaine Devine
2017 Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology  
Whilst there is significant progress with policy and a lively debate regarding the potential impact of open access publishing, few studies have examined academics' behaviour and attitudes to open access  ...  This article, then seeks to contribute to knowledge in relation to open access publishing by surveying an international and interdisciplinary sample of academics, with regard to issues such as: use of  ...  Publishers, researchers and policy makers need to take an omnichannel perspective to scholarly communication, and to develop further understanding of the models and contributions of green and gold open  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.23710 fatcat:kmlz3pk66bapdcxygvwkxo77hq

Social scientists' data reuse behaviors: Exploring the roles of attitudinal beliefs, attitudes, norms, and data repositories

Ayoung Yoon, Youngseek Kim
2017 Library & Information Science Research  
Using an integrated theoretical model developed from the theory of planned behavior (TPB) and the technology acceptance model (TAM), this study provides a broad explanation of the relationships among factors  ...  This study explores the data reuse behaviors of social scientists in order to better understand both the factors that influence those social scientists' intentions to reuse data and the extent to which  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to acknowledge the ProQuest Pivot for allowing the use of its Community of Scientists Scholar Database in recruiting the survey participants, and thank Darra Hofman  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.lisr.2017.07.008 fatcat:ujfgny6j4fdcpoaqxh42xxgtzm

Appraisal/Selection Requirements For New Forms Of Data

Hervé L'Hours
2018 Zenodo  
This third deliverable (D6.8) of Task 6.3 (Connected curation and quality) of the SERISS WP 6 (New forms of data: legal, ethical and quality issues) focusses on appraisal and selection requirements for  ...  new forms of data.  ...  Such a delay between the emergence of new data, new technology and deposit within disciplinary repositories is not unusual, but it does place an additional risk on data generated during these periods of  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1406926 fatcat:z33vqwtarjajxntllqlcuvwl5i

Institutional Repositories: Faculty Deposits, Marketing, and the Reform of Scholarly Communication

Ronald C. Jantz, Myoung C. Wilson
2008 The journal of academic librarianship  
The statistical relationship between the development of an IR and the presence of a website dedicated to the reform of traditional scholarly communication is also explored.  ...  Because of the possibility to enhance the current system of scholarly communication and advance open access scholarship, academic libraries have invested resources to build a technical infrastructure that  ...  In the quantitative part of our study (N=113), we wanted to understand if there is any significant relationship between the development of an institutional repository and the focus on scholarly communication  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.acalib.2008.03.014 fatcat:vsmdik66nvabxensfcwilavckm

Why Won't They Just Adopt Good Research Data Management Practices? An Exploration of Research Teams and Librarians' Role in Facilitating RDM Adoption

Clara Llebot, Hannah Gascho Rempel
2021 Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication  
We describe six moderating variables: size of the team, disciplinary culture, group culture and leadership, team heterogeneity, funder, and dataset decisions.  ...  A better understanding of the pressures and factors that affect research teams may help librarians serve these groups more effectively.  ...  We believe becoming more familiar with the many variables that influence research group behavior and team's willingness or ability to incorporate new behaviors can improve librarians' effectiveness.  ... 
doi:10.7710/2162-3309.2321 fatcat:irrmn4hs75cxpb3pzn5kgzlkjq
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