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Building capacity for open science - COASP Meeting

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  1. 1. kaitlin thaney @kaythaney ; @mozillascience COASP / 15 sep 2015 building capacity for open science
  2. 2. kaitlin thaney @kaythaney ; @mozillascience COASP / 15 sep 2015 building capacity for open science getting open practice to stick
  3. 3. doing good is part of our code
  4. 4. we empower researchers to do more open, collaborative research on the web.
  5. 5. (0)
  6. 6. http://bit.ly/1eZZC0f
  7. 7. current state of science articles data patents
  8. 8. some have a firehose articles data patents
  9. 9. quality versus quantity measured systems
  10. 10. Source: Michener, 2006 Ecoinformatics.
  11. 11. a few fallacies of the research system
  12. 12. the published record is the only useful record
  13. 13. if it’s published, it’s usable.
  14. 14. http://bit.ly/1MEcOmD An example of a false-positive in the field of Solar—Terrestrial research: A Purported relationship between Neutron monitor changes and extremes of the Indian Monsoon Dr. Benjamin A. Laken, Department of Geosciences, University of Oslo, Norway
  15. 15. What Des-Cartes did was a good step. You have added much several ways, & especially in taking ye colours of thin plates into philosophical consideration. If I have seen further it is by standing on ye shoulders of Giants. - Isaac Newton, 1676 “ “ ... that this is good job advice:
  16. 16. that there are other ways to job security
  17. 17. 1. examples of what’s possible. 2. making the case for open (and teaching it). 3. sustaining momentum.
  18. 18. (1)
  19. 19. learning from (+ through) open source development examples of “science like the web” in practice
  20. 20. http://bit.ly/1MEcOmD An example of a false-positive in the field of Solar—Terrestrial research: A Purported relationship between Neutron monitor changes and extremes of the Indian Monsoon Dr. Benjamin A. Laken, Department of Geosciences, University of Oslo, Norway
  21. 21. code as a research object what’s needed to reuse ? http://bit.ly/mozfiggit
  22. 22. <institutional archives> <national archives> <code repos> syndication and storage (via APIs)
  23. 23. http://softwarediscoveryindex.org/report/
  24. 24. from campaigning to discovery
  25. 25. open, iterative development the “work in progress” effect
  26. 26. http://openresearchbadges.org/
  27. 27. http://mozillascience.org/contributorship-badges-a-new-project/
  28. 28. (2)
  29. 29. what does “web literacy” mean for research?
  30. 30. communication access, reuse, scale distributed environment the web as a platform
  31. 31. power, performance, scale
  32. 32. - access to content, data, code, materials. - emergence of “web-native” tools. - rewards for openness, interoperability, collaboration, sharing. - push for ROI, reuse, recomputability, transparency. “web-enabled research”
  33. 33. putting open ideals into practice (+ paying it forward) https://commonspace.wordpress.com/2015/07/15/web-literacy-and-leadership/
  34. 34. service learning: n. hands- on, experiential learning where people develop skills by working on a project in service of a bigger goal. http://bit.ly/1JTMBSb
  35. 35. how do we amplify within research? (... and beyond software development?)
  36. 36. community-driven contributorship http://mozillascience.github.io/leadership-training/
  37. 37. mozillascience.org/collaborate
  38. 38. 2 days, 30+ cities, 53+ hours http://bit.ly/1N331JV
  39. 39. 100+ pull requests (code, content, learning resources) http://bit.ly/1N331JV
  40. 40. (3)
  41. 41. how do we build capacity? furthering adoption of open, web-enabled research
  42. 42. rewards, incentives, reputation
  43. 43. supports needed for “professional development”
  44. 44. “Reliance on ad-hoc, self- education about what’s possible doesn’t scale.” - Selena Decklemann
  45. 45. lowering barriers to entry (+ leveling the playing field)
  46. 46. https://mozillascience.github.io/studyGroupHandbook/
  47. 47. mozillascience.org/collaborate
  48. 48. 100+ pull requests (code, content, learning resources) http://bit.ly/1N331JV
  49. 49. https://www.mozillascience.org/fellows
  50. 50. resbaz.edu.au
  51. 51. (4)
  52. 52. we need your help.
  53. 53. rethink beyond just access to usability. don’t be afraid of open source collaborations. remember the non-technical challenges.
  54. 54. we’re here to help. http://mozillascience.org sciencelab@mozillafoundation.org
  55. 55. kaitlin@mozillafoundation.org @kaythaney ; @mozillascience special thanks:

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