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In the next dev session at the INCF/OCNS Software Working Group, Daniel
S Katz and Neil Chue Hong will discuss principles of citing research
Where: Zoom: https://ucl.zoom.us/j/94578141033?pwd=SlZBcEluT2svUWhseGFHMUVLWFB0UT09
When: November 22, 2021, 1600 UTC
The abstract for the talk is below:
Today, software is a key part of almost all research, and the
development and maintenance of this software is done by human beings,
often in academia. It's essential that these activities be seen as a
valued element of scholarly work so that the people who do it have
career paths that encourage them to continue to do it. One means of
accomplishing this is to use the existing scholarly citation system.
The FORCE11 Software Citation working group developed a set of
Software Citation Principles in 2016, and since then, the FORCE11
Software Citation Implementation working group has been working with
many types of stakeholders, including publishers, repositories, and
standards, to implement the principles. We'll talk about this work, the
changes we've seen, what still needs to be done, and how the INCF
community can participate.
The session is open to all, but requires you to login to Zoom to limit
Please do forward this to your colleagues.
On behalf of the INCF/OCNS Software working group,
Ankur Sinha (He / Him / His)
Research Fellow at the Silver Lab | http://silverlab.org/
Department of Neuroscience, Physiology, & Pharmacology
University College London, London, UK
Time zone: Europe/London