Citations, citations, citations: As we’ve mentioned before, they are clearly one of the main benefits of open access to research. It’s hard to argue that researchers will not achieve better […]
Many of us have heard about the legendary 17th and 18th century writings from the British Journal; Daily Courant; Daily Gazetteer; Lloyd’s Evening Post; British Chronicle; and London Chronicle. Each […]
There’s been an awful lot of nonsense written in the media following Vint Cerf’s assertion that we are heading for the “digital dark ages… a forgotten century”. My question is […]
Do you ever think about how much data you lug around every day? Well, it’s probably more than you think – enough to have your own library filled from all […]
We all now know how open access to research data can provide the wide research community with greater visibility into each other’s work, but it’s worth considering the the health […]
Whilst funder policies attempt to accelerate data sharing, some individual researchers remain reluctant to share their own research data with other researchers. Do you fall into this ‘reluctant’ category?
Are you […]
Are you prepared (in some shape or form) for the May 1st implementation deadline for the EPSRC research data management guidelines? 51% aren’t.
How ready are you?
We held a webinar last week […]
At your higher education institution—whether you work in the research department, library or administration—can you think of any obscure texts that professors and students would be richer for having been […]
When it comes to all the different parties involved in the system of scholarly communications, can you think of one stakeholder who does not profit from better access to research data? […]
Well, for a start, you’ll be able to answer YES! to the following three questions:
Do you have large volumes of data?
Do you need to keep that data for quite a long […]