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Presentation at the VIVO 2015 Conference, August 14, 2015, Cambridge, MA

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Presentation
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scholarly communication
VIVO Conference (2015 : Cambridge, Mass.)
Attribution
Contribution
research outputs
credit
Rights
Attribution 3.0 United States

Creator
Gutzman, Karen E
Holmes, Kristi
Haendel, Melissa
Konkiel, Stacy
Abstract
Measuring success through improved attribution As data science and informatics transform scholarly activities, the structure and composition of the typical scientific team is changing. Professionals from diverse backgrounds are now contributing fundamentally to discoveries and creative scholarly outputs, often in ways that cannot be quantified through traditional metrics of scholarly impact. To credit and evaluate the work of these important collaborators, we need mechanisms to capture such contributions. VIVO is well positioned to assist in the development of a standard mechanism for attribution and subsequent citation of these individuals creative contributions. With the goal of leading the way toward a computational model for collecting and disseminating contributor attribution data, this panel aims to identify stakeholders (researchers, developers, publishers, agencies), assess attribution requirements, and provide an interactive community forum to define innovative approaches to scientific attribution. Follow the conversation in this interactive session at #VIVOcredit.
Digital Publisher
Galter Health Sciences Library
Date Created
2015
Language
English
Subject: MESH
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Evaluation Studies as Topic
Authorship
Subject: LCSH
Scholarly communication
Research
Location
Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
DOI
10.18131/G3ZW27
ARK
ark:/c8131/g3zw27

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