OBA, Amsterdam Public Library ” August 16, 2018
GreyWorks 2018 focuses on data papers, an open access tool for citizen science. Data fuels research and informs decision making in every field of study or area of interest. This holds for big data as well as long tail data, which is typically small in size. This seminar on Data Papers discusses the development and application of an innovative tool that allows one the ability to quickly review data or a dataset, determine its relevance, openly access it, and further cite and reuse it for one’s purpose. The seminar is geared to librarians, researchers, and students involved in the compilation, use, and/or management of data. Emphasis lies in raising awareness to data access and its potential reuse for science and society. http://www.greynet.org/traininglab/greyworks.html
Five examples of Data Papers:
Data from “Linking full-text grey literature to underlying research and post-publication data: An Enhanced Publications Project 2011-2012”.
Data from “Grey communities: An empirical study on databases and repositories”.
Data from “Looking for Information that is not Easy to Find: An Inventory of LibGuides in Canadian Post-Secondary Institutions Devoted to Grey Literature”.
Data from “The GreyLit Report: Understanding the Challenges of Finding Grey Literature”.
Data from “Grey Literature citations in the age of Digital Repositories and Open Access”.
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