Building Capacity for Open Science


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building capacity for open science kaitlin thaney @kaythaney ; @mozillascience COASP / 15 sep 2015


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getting open practice building capacity for to science open stick kaitlin thaney @kaythaney ; @mozillascience COASP / 15 sep 2015


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doing good is part of our code


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we empower researchers to do more open, collaborative research on the web.


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http://bit.ly/1eZZC0f


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current state of science articles data patents


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some have a firehose articles data patents


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quality versus quantity measured systems


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Source: Michener, 2006 Ecoinformatics.


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a few fallacies of the research system


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the published record is the only useful record


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if it’s published, it’s usable.


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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 http://bit.ly/1MEcOmD


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... that this is good job advice: “ 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


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that there are other ways to job security


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1. examples of what’s possible. 2. making the case for open (and teaching it). 3. sustaining momentum.


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learning from (+ through) open source development examples of “science like the web” in practice


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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 http://bit.ly/1MEcOmD


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code as a research object what’s needed to reuse ? http://bit.ly/mozfiggit


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syndication and storage (via APIs) <code repos> <institutional archives> <national archives>


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http://softwarediscoveryindex.org/report/


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from campaigning to discovery


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open, iterative development the “work in progress” effect


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http://openresearchbadges.org/


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http://mozillascience.org/contributorship-badges-a-new-project/


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what does “web literacy” mean for research?


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the web as a platform communication access, reuse, scale distributed environment


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power, performance, scale


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“web-enabled research” - access to content, data, code, materials. - emergence of “web-native” tools. - rewards for openness, interoperability, collaboration, sharing. - push for ROI, reuse, recomputability, transparency.


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putting open ideals into practice (+ paying it forward) https://commonspace.wordpress.com/2015/07/15/web-literacy-and-leadership/


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service learning: n. handson, experiential learning where people develop skills by working on a project in service of a bigger goal. http://bit.ly/1JTMBSb


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how do we amplify within research? (... and beyond software development?)


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community-driven contributorship http://mozillascience.github.io/leadership-training/


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mozillascience.org/collaborate


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2 days, 30+ cities, 53+ hours http://bit.ly/1N331JV


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100+ pull requests (code, content, learning resources) http://bit.ly/1N331JV


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how do we build capacity? furthering adoption of open, web-enabled research


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rewards, incentives, reputation


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supports needed for “professional development”


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“Reliance on ad-hoc, selfeducation about what’s possible doesn’t scale.” - Selena Decklemann


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lowering barriers to entry (+ leveling the playing field)


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https://mozillascience.github.io/studyGroupHandbook/


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mozillascience.org/collaborate


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100+ pull requests (code, content, learning resources) http://bit.ly/1N331JV


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https://www.mozillascience.org/fellows


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resbaz.edu.au


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we need your help.


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rethink beyond just access to usability. don’t be afraid of open source collaborations. remember the non-technical challenges.


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we’re here to help. http://mozillascience.org [email protected]


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[email protected] @kaythaney ; @mozillascience special thanks:


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