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Thursday, January 28 • 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Credit for Research Artifacts

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ESIP has published guidelines for citing data and for citing software and services. These have been important and influential ESIP products. Now, the Research Artifact Citation Cluster is working to address the issues of “research artifact” citation writ large. The cluster has been working to identify additional types of research artifacts that could or should be cited such as samples, taxonomies, annotations, and other artifacts. We have also been examining the various concerns that may be addressed in citing the objects such as access, credit or attribution, and scientific reproducibility.

Currently, we are focusing on the credit aspect of citation for five different artifact types: data, software, samples, semantic resources, and learning resources. At the previous ESIP meeting, we began to explore whether and how the Contribution Roles Taxonomy (CRediT) might apply to different artifacts. In this session we will explore what roles are missing and whether we can begin to generalize credit mechanisms for multiple artifacts or classes of artifacts.

We will present the current work of the cluster on defining the roles and their importance for the different artifacts and then facilitate a group brainstorming exercise on relevant roles and their importance in different use cases.

How to prepare for this session: Participants should be familiar with ESIP Data Citation Guidelines and the ESIP Software & Services Citation Guidelines and ideally the cluster's last session at the 2020 ESIP Summer Meeting.

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Ruth Duerr

Research Scholar, Ronin Institute for Independent Scholarship
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Daniel Katz

N/A, University of Illinois
Dan is Chief Scientist at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) and Research Associate Professor in Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and the School of Information Sciences (iSchool), at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. In past... Read More →
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Nancy Hoebelheinrich

Principal/Information Analyst, Knowledge Motifs LLC
See my LinkedIn profile at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nancy-hoebelheinrich-0576ba3
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Madison Langseth

Science Data Manager, U.S. Geological Survey
Madison develops tools and workflows to make the USGS data release process more efficient for researchers and data managers. She also promotes data management best practices through the USGS’s Community for Data Integration Data Management Working Group and the USGS Data Management... Read More →

Sarah Ramdeen

Data Curator, Columbia University
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Mark Parsons

Research Scientist, University of Alabama in Huntsville

Thursday January 28, 2021 6:00pm - 7:30pm EST
Room 9