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Five things you need to know to support reproducible publication practices

Five things you need to know to support reproducible publication practices

04 November 2021

Knowledge Exchange published the report “The art of publishing reproducible research outputs - Supporting emerging practices through cultural and technological innovation.” The report is the culmination of a 12-month project investigating current practices and barriers related to publishing reproducible research outputs

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Open Science

Open Science

Our vision is to enable open science by supporting an information infrastructure on an international level

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Open Access

Open Access

We are working on solutions to support the growth of OA and ensure it is sustainable in the long term

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Other Projects

Other Projects

As well as our focus areas of Open Science & Open Access, we explore other developments and emerging topics

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Latest work

Risks and trust in pursuit of a well functioning Persistent Identifier infrastructure for research
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Risks and trust in pursuit of a well functioning Persistent Identifier infrastructure for research

Persistent Identifiers (PIDs) and their infrastructures are argued to be of significant strategic importance to the increasingly digital reality of modern-day research. We aim to better understand what is needed to build and exploit a well-functioning PID infrastructure.

Publishing Reproducible Research Output
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Publishing Reproducible Research Output

We investigated the need to make research outputs more reproducible and how infrastructures can support them

Knowledge Exchange Openness Profile
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Knowledge Exchange Openness Profile

We have explored the mechanisms and approaches required to improve and incentivize the recording, evaluation and recognition of contributions to Open Scholarship practice, through the development of an ‘Openness Profile’

Introducing the Open Scholarship Framework at FORCE2019
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Introducing the Open Scholarship Framework at FORCE2019

As part of FORCE2019, Knowledge Exchange (KE) held a pre-conference workshop to showcase and gain feedback on our Open Scholarship Framework

Our Collaboration

The Knowledge Exchange (KE) partners are six key national organisations within Europe tasked with developing infrastructure and services to enable the use of digital technologies to improve higher education and research: CSC in Finland, CNRS in France, DeiC in Denmark, DFG in Germany, Jisc in the UK and SURF in the Netherlands.

Our six partners share a clear vision that scholarship should be open. Through Knowledge Exchange we are working together to support the development of digital infrastructure to enable open scholarship. We are raising our collective voice to inform national and international policies and promote common approaches, so that it becomes easier for scholarship to cross national boundaries.

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