The Library of Congress recently published a guest post on The Signal blog by Megan Potterbusch, ARL’s National Digital Stewardship resident: “Open Science Framework: Meeting Researchers Where They Are.” In the blog post, Potterbusch describes how the Open Science Framework, a free …continue reading.
It is with great excitement that we announce SHARE will now host quarterly calls that are open to the whole community. As SHARE continues to enhance the data set and move towards active integration into the scholarly infrastructure, an open …continue reading.
This month I would like to highlight exciting developments in the use of the Open Science Framework (OSF) in my work with a history research group at George Washington University (GW), the Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project (ERPP). This work is …continue reading.
As covered in a previous article, a little over a month ago I began my one-year National Digital Stewardship Residency with the Association of Research Libraries, George Washington University, and the Center for Open Science. My goal for this residency …continue reading.
The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) will serve as a second-time host to a National Digital Stewardship Resident (NDSR) in 2016–2017. ARL is one of five organizations in the Baltimore-Washington area that will host a recent master’s degree program graduate …continue reading.
A four-year study published in Science Magazine yesterday, August 27, 2015, successfully reproduced fewer than half of 100 published findings of three prominent psychology journals. The 270 researchers who collaborated on the Reproducibility Project: Psychology coordinated by SHARE partner Center …continue reading.