The debate over the meaning, and value, of open movements has intensified.
As a researcher concerned to develop better RDM practice, I need support to meet me where I am, so ultimately I can support you in making the case that it matters.
In this final post about the IDRC data sharing pilot project I want to close the story that started with an epic rant a few months ago
IDRC funds development research done in developing countries.
IDRC Data Sharing Pilot Project that we’ve just published was to try and demonstrate some best practice.
How the necessity for documentation changes as different aspects of accountability rather than reproducibility are taken into account.
Theories of citation
The inequity of traditional tenders
Social models of knowledge.
I don’t think I would like to meet myself as a twenty year old. I was arrogant, sure of myself, concerned with where I was going. Of course all of this was built on a lack of confidence
The patients and their families the specific condition is what they live. Many of these people actually become far more expert on the condition and the day to day issues that one particular patient experiences, but that expertise is rarely captured in the case studies and metastudies and reviews.
The core of Lave and Wenger’s argument is that to understand learning we have to see the learner as a whole person in a web of relationships.
“Before thermometers: philosophers mocked the idea of temperature ever being measurable, with all its nuance, complexity and subjectivity.” Tweet by @SilverVVupes
One of the things I find frustrating about discussions of economics in scholarly publishing is the way that discussions that are built around critique of capital models or neoliberalism are dismissed as impractical.
The only thing that links all varying strands of open science (and open scholarship more generally) is inclusion and diversity as a first principle.