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Makerere UniversityTwitter for Social Networking and Research dissemination: The two sides of the same coinAbila Derrick Bary1
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Biological and Chemical Oceanography Data Management OfficeTowards Capturing Data Curation Provenance using Frictionless Data Package PipelinesAdam I Shepherd2
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London School of Hygiene and Tropical MedicineCreative Commons outside of AcademiaAlice Gibson3
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Director of Community, ORCIDHarnessing the Power of PIDs to Map our Research WorldAlice Meadows4
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Rensselaer Polytechnic InstituteImproving research data inventory and discoverability with the Data LighthouseAndrew White5
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ElsevierKeeping Users Engaged through Streamlined Access to Content: RA21 (Resource Access in the 21st Century)Anita de Waard6
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NCBIRapid Contruction and Deployment of Educational Data Analysis PipelinesBen Busby7
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Utrecht UniversityIf you build it (open), do they come? Bianca Kramer and Jeroen Bosman8
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D.H.A. Suffa University (DSU), Karachi, PakistanINFLUENCE OF SCHOLARLY RESEARCH ARTEFACTSBilal Hayat Butt9
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Ubiquity PressShifting Service Providers to be Community Value AlignedChealsye Bowley10
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American Theological Library AssociationCreating a Publishing Culture for Theological LibrariansChristine Fruin11
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University of California Santa Cruz
Creating Evidence Based ETD Supplemental File Guidance
Christy Caldwell and Ann Hubble12
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University of Texas at AustinAccessibility of Repository Content - Successes and FailuresColleen Lyon13
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Data Science Institute, University of Virginia1-Minute madnessDaniel Mietchen14
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Data Science Institute, University of VirginiaIntegrating the ecosystem of open science tools and infrastructureDaniel Mietchen15
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Data Science Institute, University of VirginiaResearch performed over the last weekDaniel Mietchen16
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California Digital Library, DataCiteHow To Make Your Data CountDaniella Lowenberg, Trisha Cruse, Martin Fenner, John Chodacki17
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McGill University LibraryApplying user experience strategies to improve the adoption of research data management workflows.Ekatarina Grguric, Berenica Vejvoda18
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Boston University Libraries
Digital Preservation of Mandinka Ajami Materials of Casamance, Senegal
Eleni Castro19
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NYU Tandon School of Engineering
ReproServer: Making Reproducibility Easier and Less Intrusive
Fernando Chirigati20
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University of Reading“The Horror, The Horror”: Tales From Open Science’s Heart of DarknessFiona Murphy21
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University of ReadingWhat Should We Do Now? Tales from the Front Line of Data PublishingFiona Murphy22
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Emerald Publishing How can data help with research having real impact? Harriet Bell23
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University of Rhode IslandMeasuring the impact of open science softwareHarrison Dekker24
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DataCitePID Forum: A community framework for the integration and connection of PID systemsHelena Cousijn25
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McGill LibraryCommunity Heartbeat; ROAAr Collections and Community engagementJacquelyn Sundberg26
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University of the Philippines Open UniversityThe Use of the Ventriloquil Approach in Understanding How it is Possible to Build Research Capability OnlineJean Saludadez27
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McGill UniversityA marriage of convenience: Engaging your colleagues in scholarly communicationsJessica Lange28
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Lane Medical Library, Stanford University
Investigating Data-related Practices in Neuroscience, Psychology, and Beyond
John Borghi29
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University of Ibadan, NigeriaIssues in Scholarly Communication in the Digital Age: The Case of Nigeria's Scholarly EnvironmentJohn Oluwaseye Adebayo30
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Iowa State UniversityWalking the Walk: Discovering environment behavior relationships with rural communitiesJulia Badenhope31
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Harvard UniversitySpreading the Word on Going Digital in the LabJulie Goldman32
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National Bioscience Database Center (NBDC) / JAPAN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY AGENCY (JST)The steps of open data integration by National Bioscience Database Center (NBDC) in JapanJun-ichi Onami33
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Indepedent ScholarEngage the Community through Academic Library Outreach ActivitiesKamani Perera34
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University of Alabama at BirminghamAcademic Integrity: An Asynchronous Learning Module for StudentsKara Van Abel35
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Pillar Science
Bridging the gap: going from day-to-day research to data publication
Karim Bouayad-Gervais36
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WID at UW-Madison
Are VBIRs like FlyClockbase the New Genome Projects?
Laurence Loewe37
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WID at UW-Madison
StabVS: A stabilizing versioning system for reproducible open science
Laurence Loewe38
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University of Colorado, Health Sciences Library
Should Libraries Support an Open Access Fund?
Lilian Hoffecker39
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UNIL, DaSCHKnora and SalsahLoïc Jaouen40
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Thunken, Inc.Free-Range Spiderbots!Luc Boruta41
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UsefulScience.orgEngaging contributors and the general public with Useful ScienceMaryse Thomas, Yue Dong, Jackie C.K. Cheung42
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Atypon / Manuscripts / AuthoreaManuscripts.io and Authorea join forces to build the open word processor for research documents of tomorrowMatias Piipari, Alberto Pepe43
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FigshareHow to engage researchers in open data: four case studiesMegan Hardeman44
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University of Colorado Boulder, University of PittsburghMeaning and Meandering in the Language of Open AccessMelissa Cantrell, Lauren Collister45
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University of Michigan Law LibraryStudent-Run Journals and Experiential Learning: Introducing Emerging Library & Information PerspectivesMelissa Seelye, Marni Harrington, and Madison Edgar46
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Harvard-Smithsonian Center for AstrophysicsChanging Horses in Midstream: The New ADSMichael Kurtz47
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Dublin City University
Gender disparity in research output
Mohammad Hosseini48
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Canadian Open Neuroscience PlatformManaging Sustained Engagement in Open ScienceAnnabel Seyller and Naser Muja49
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Kennesaw State UniversityPower of community in scholarshipOlga Koz50
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DataCite
Supporting Research Communications: a guide
Patricia Cruse51
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Information Science PhD StudentChallenges of scientific communication and dilemmas of an information-communicational consumer society: regimes of visibility in the communication domain, technical objects and control devicesPatricia Pui Yue Lee, Ricardo Medeiros Pimenta 52
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Charité BerlinEngaging an institution - the QUEST approachPeter Grabitz53
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Codeocean.comInterconnected Code and Data Pierre Montagano54
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Structural Genomics Consortium, University of TorontoOpenLabNotebooks.org - A growing team of groundbreaking scientists around the world, sharing their lab notes onlineRachel Harding55
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University of ConnecticutRebooting the Research Data Management Program: The First Year and Looking AheadRenee Walsh56
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Mount Royal UniversityFaculty Development for Scholarly Communications: Frameworks for EngagementRichard Hayman and Erika E. Smith57
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Algiers University Open access in the Global South: The Maghreb Experience Samir Hachani58
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University of Texas at Arlington Libraries
Magic Sauce: Growing a Publishing Program with Administrative Support and a focus on Diverse Voices
Kelly Visnak59
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All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New DelhiScholarly Publications Productivity from Indian Medical Colleges during 2013-2017Sangeeta Narang60
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Qualitative Data Repository, Syracuse University and Syracuse University Libraries, Syracuse University
Building Collaboration on Infrastructure Research Support across Campus
Sebastian Karcher, Amanda Page, Paul Bern61
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Metadata Game ChangersBeta-Test the Metadata GameTed Habermann62
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Indian Institute of Technology PatnaExploring AI Assistance for Academic Peer ReviewTirthankar Ghosal63
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Mandy Tasha AbdouOpen Access in Arab World: Exploring History and PresentMandy Taha Abdou64
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School of Information Studies, McGill UniversityStaying current together: Engagement in a collaborative research trend monitoring systemVera Granikov, France Bouthillier, David Li Tang, Pierre Pluye65
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The University of Neuchâtel
Open data: nice people can't share!
Dominique Roche66
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Center for Open ScienceMaking Science Transparent by DefaultDavid Mellor67
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JMIR Publications, PubChainPubChain and R-Coins: Peer-review & Publishing in the BlockchainGunther Eysenbach68
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California Digital Library
10 Principles for Machine-Actionable Data Management Plans
Stephanie Simms, Tomasz Miksa, Daniel Mietchen, Sarah Jones69
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ROR Implementation Team Research Organization Registry DataCite, Crossref, California Digital, and Digital Science70
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Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Challenges of scientific communication: the scientific memory of the Brazilian National Institute of Technology (INT/Brazil) public library under the perspectives of control devices and information policy regime
Patricia Pui Yue Lee, Ricardo Medeiros Pimenta
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