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  • The slides on requirements of funding agencies were developed in cooperation of the TU9 libraries in Germany in the field of research data management (RDM) and have the following topics: Good Scientific Practice of a university DFG Guidelines on the Handling of Research Data Guidelines of EU, Horizon 2020 BMBF-Calls Recommendations for RDM statements in funding applications
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  • Keynote presentation slides from the International Digital Curation Conference 2020 in Croke Park, Dublin.
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  • Conference Poster
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  • Replicability is at the core of the scientific enterprise. In the past 30 years, recurring concerns about the extent of replicability (or lack thereof) of the research in various disciplines have surfaced, including in economics. In this talk, I describe the context in which the current discussion in the social science is occurring: what are the definitions of replicability and reproducibility, what is failing, and to what extent. I discuss progess over the past 15 years. Finally, I discuss the concrete measures that have been implemented under my guidance at the American Economic Association, and the first preliminary outcomes from those measures. I conclude with some observations on how to integrate reproducibility into the scientific workflow in the social and statistical sciences. The solutions to these problems will change the way research will be taught and conducted, in economics in particular, and in the social sciences more broadly. The implications affect undergraduate and graduate teaching, research infrastructure, and habits.
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  • Replicability is at the core of the scientific enterprise. In the past 30 years, recurring concerns about the extent of replicability (or lack thereof) of the research in various disciplines have surfaced, including in economics. In this talk, I describe the context in which the current discussion in the social science is occurring: what are the definitions of replicability and reproducibility, what is failing, and to what extent. I discuss progess over the past 15 years. Finally, I discuss the concrete measures that have been implemented under my guidance at the American Economic Association, and the first preliminary outcomes from those measures. I conclude with some observations on how to integrate reproducibility into the scientific workflow in the social and statistical sciences. The solutions to these problems will change the way research will be taught and conducted, in economics in particular, and in the social sciences more broadly. The implications affect undergraduate and graduate teaching, research infrastructure, and habits.
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  • Presentation and discussion on pidforum.org - the global discussion platform for all things PID-related held at PIDapalooza 2020.
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  • How can we turn an invaded space into a free space? Our project focused on investigating the areas of Loiu (the town where our school is located) where the invasive species of Pampas Grass, Cortadería Selloana, grow. Following the initial investigation we indicated on a paper map where these species can be found. In order to do this, we learned how to use maps, scales, locate our position, and locate the species in the mountains. Later, we investigated how to eradicate them. For this purpose, we studied the previous studies carried out by the University of the Basque Country and the work carried out by the Provincial Council of Bizkaia, eradicating the species in some specific areas of the province. Finally, we presented a dossier in the town hall. Then, the consistory informed the neighbours about how they should deal with this species, and a treatment in public areas has been undertaken. The work of our students promoted a campaign that will benefit our village.
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  • Folien zu einem vertiefenden FDM-Workshop zum Thema Datenorganisation an der TU Ilmenau.
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  • This PowerPoint 365 file is one example of how to implement the 3 Act Talks approach to presenting research during talks.
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  • Public version of slides for a talk given to the Egenis Centre at Exeter University on 13 January 2020. From the inside it feels as though universities are under threat. Trust in expertise and support from governments seems to be ebbing, at the same time as massive tech giants pose an apparent threat to our core business of disseminating curated knowledge to students and sites of innovation. Yet universities are amongst the oldest surviving institutions in western society, predating the nation state, the corporation, and modern government. They have weathered massive societal change in the past. Are they well placed to do so through the crises of today? And are the tools available to university leaders fit for purpose, or even actively dangerous to the future of our institutions? What could a university be in the 21st century? The Curtin Open Knowledge Initiative (COKI) draws on tools and concepts from social knowledge theory, communication studies, political economy, network theory, data science, and business strategy with the goal of providing universities with a credible answers to these questions. Our goal is to change the stories that universities tell about themselves, placing open knowledge practices at the heart of those narratives. We re-imagine the university as an “Open Knowledge Institution” – a set of platforms that support the negotiation of knowledge claims amongst diverse communities – and then work to provide a set of pragmatic tools and systems that are useful for university communities and leadership in navigating towards that ideal.
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