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Towards implementable recommendations: taking advantage of the SHARC open science survey.

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    Laurence Mabile

    Collaborative session notes:

    Short introduction to the RDA-SHARC group

    Presentation of some survey results potentially relevant for paving the way to academic recognition of open science activities

    Focus on the reported existing rewarding processes or initiatives/tools: and how to leverage them (E.g., how to develop and maintain a global registry/information sharing platform of existing initiatives rewarding open science?)

    Collective discussion with the audience (using brainstorming techniques) on mechanisms to enable some of the recommended open science rewarding paths, on how to overcome obstacles, and on the best ways to shape recommendations towards various actors of the Research ecosystem.

    The session will be hybrid. Presentations and chairing of the session (on site audience discussion; online chat / verbal Q&A / collaborative  meeting notes / meeting minutes) will be shared by several members of the RDA-SHARC survey’s group.

    Additional links to informative material

    Sharc group page:

    Zenodo RDA-SHARC ig community:

    Brief introduction describing the activities and scope of the group
    The RDA-SHARC interest group is an interdisciplinary group set up to unpack and improve crediting and rewarding mechanisms in the data/resource sharing process. The main goals are to foster the implementation of rewarding paths and encourage the adoption of data sharing activities-related criteria in the research evaluation process at the institutional, national and European/international levels.

    Group chair serving as contact person
    Laurence Mabile

    If “Other,” Please specify:
    Open science activities

    Meeting presenters
    Hanna Shmagun, KISTI, South Korea; Florencia Grattarola, Biodiversidata, Uruguay; Christopher Erdmann, M.J. Fox Foundation, USA; Anne Cambon-Thomsen , Mogens Thomsen, Laurence Mabile, University of Toulouse III, FR

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