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Open Research 2017

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Mary Pickstone, Research Support Librarian

PowerPoint accompaniment to the Researchers Development Programme, PAHC, MMU session on 1st November 2017.

Open Research is the process of sharing your research findings with others, for example through Open Access publications, Open Data or blogging. It increases the visibility and accessibility of your work. This session covers the key areas related to open research, such as how to create a simple data management plan; obtaining informed consent for data sharing from research participants; the anonymisation and storage of sensitive data.

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Open Research 2017

  1. 1. PLANNING YOUR RESEARCH Data Management and Open Access E: data-space@mmu.ac.uk
  2. 2. PLANNING YOUR RESEARCH Mary Pickstone Research Support Librarian [With thanks to Sarah May, formerly Research Data Coordinator, MMU Library] E: data-space@mmu.ac.uk
  3. 3. PLANNING YOUR RESEARCH Q: What is Research Data? A: Anything that underpins your research question or validates your findings E: data-space@mmu.ac.uk
  4. 4. PLANNING YOUR RESEARCH Today’s agenda: • Research Data Management • Data Management Planning • Open Access Publications • Open Data • Resources E: data-space@mmu.ac.uk
  5. 5. PLANNING YOUR RESEARCH Today’s agenda: • Research Data Management • Data Management Planning • Open Access Publications • Open Data • Resources E: data-space@mmu.ac.uk
  6. 6. © NYU Health Sciences Library
  7. 7. PLANNING YOUR RESEARCH Consider: • Referencing • File naming/versioning • Abbreviations • Storage/Backups • Metadata E: data-space@mmu.ac.uk
  8. 8. PLANNING YOUR RESEARCH Today’s agenda: • Research Data Management • Data Management Planning • Open Access Publications • Open Data • Resources E: data-space@mmu.ac.uk
  9. 9. PLANNING YOUR RESEARCH E: data-space@mmu.ac.uk You have completed your postgraduate study with flying colours and published a couple of papers to disseminate your research results. Your papers have been cited widely in the research literature by others who have built upon your findings. However, three years later a researcher has accused you of having falsified the data. Scenario:
  10. 10. PLANNING YOUR RESEARCH CREATION PROCESSING CREATING ANALYZING PRESERVING GIVING ACCESS RE-USING E: data-space@mmu.ac.uk
  11. 11. PLANNING YOUR RESEARCH E: data-space@mmu.ac.uk Data Management Planning • Save time and money • Avoid disasters • Simple • Free online tool DMPonline
  12. 12. PLANNING YOUR RESEARCH Today’s agenda: • Research Data Management • Data Management Planning • Open Access Publications • Open Data • Resources E: data-space@mmu.ac.uk
  13. 13. PLANNING YOUR RESEARCH E: data-space@mmu.ac.uk “Open-access (OA) literature is digital, online, free of charge, and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions” (from Peter Suber's Open Access Overview, 2004)
  14. 14. PLANNING YOUR RESEARCH E: data-space@mmu.ac.uk • wider audience and readership • increased citation • earlier impact –articles cited earlier and more often Benefits of Open Access:
  15. 15. PLANNING YOUR RESEARCH E: data-space@mmu.ac.uk Green • Accepted manuscript deposited into an institutional repository • No charge to publish • May not be OA immediately because of publisher embargoes
  16. 16. PLANNING YOUR RESEARCH E: data-space@mmu.ac.uk Gold • Final published version can be deposited into an institutional repository • Journals usually charge an Article Processing Charge (APC) for gold OA • Usually no embargo
  17. 17. PLANNING YOUR RESEARCH Today’s agenda: • Research Data Management • Data Management Planning • Open Access Publications • Open Data • Resources E: data-space@mmu.ac.uk
  18. 18. PLANNING YOUR RESEARCH E: data-space@mmu.ac.uk Benefits of Open Data: • Research is verifiable • Citation advantage (10-30%) • Removes unnecessary replications of experiments • Can access other researchers’ data
  19. 19. PLANNING YOUR RESEARCH E: data-space@mmu.ac.uk If you can’t share your data… • Contact the library • Outline why in DMP • Consider sharing metadata
  20. 20. PLANNING YOUR RESEARCH E: data-space@mmu.ac.uk Choosing a repository • Store like with like • Digital Object Identifiers • Use Re3data.org to identify suitable home
  21. 21. PLANNING YOUR RESEARCH E: data-space@mmu.ac.uk 1.Plan 2.Back your stuff up 3.Ask for help Remember!
  22. 22. PLANNING YOUR RESEARCH Today’s agenda: • Research Data Management • Data Management Planning • Open Access Publications • Open Data • Resources E: data-space@mmu.ac.uk
  23. 23. For more information… •Consult: http://libguides.mmu.ac.uk/rdm http://libguides.mmu.ac.uk/openaccess •Email: data-space@mmu.ac.uk e-space@mmu.ac.uk
  24. 24. PLANNING YOUR RESEARCH E: data-space@mmu.ac.uk • Piwowar HA and Vision TJ (2013), Data reuse and the open data citation advantage, PeerJ 1:e175 DOI: 10.7717/peerj.175. • Piwowar HA, Day, Fridsma DB (2007), Sharing detailed research data is associated with increased citation rate, PLoS ONE 2(3):e308 DOI: 10.137/journal.pone.0000308. • Research Councils UK (2016), Concordat on open research data, http://www.rcuk.ac.uk/documents/documents/concordatonopenresearchdata-pdf/ • Rung J, Brazma A (2013), Reuse of public genome-wide gene expression data, Nature Reviews Genetics 14(2):88-99 DOI: 10.1038/nrg3394. References

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