Digital Scholarship

Join the Upcoming Digital Scholar Webinar Series

Join the Upcoming Digital Scholar Webinar Series

The training series introduces health researchers to digital approaches and tools relevant to their research.

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The “Living Figure Concept”: A Tool to Boost Reproducibility in Science?

The “Living Figure Concept”: A Tool to Boost Reproducibility in Science?

Don’t miss this interesting example how scientists collaborate to continually update data charts in an article, mind you a published article in F1000Research (F1000).

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Making Science Open: A Neuroimaging Research Perspective

Making Science Open: A Neuroimaging Research Perspective

In their article “Four aspects to make science open “by design” and not as an after-thought”, Yaroslav Halchenko and Michael Hanke share some interesting thoughts on both data and software projects in light of open science practices, reproducibility, and data access.

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Digital Tools For Improving Science

Digital Tools For Improving Science

Great overview of a number of digital tools that can help with different aspects of scholarly communications.

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Great Example: Digital Campaign Creates Major Support for Research Project

Great Example: Digital Campaign Creates Major Support for Research Project

This soil sampling research project tailored to citizen scientists provides heartening evidence that researchers can achieve major success on digital platforms.

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Launching New Digital Scholar Training Initiative

Launching New Digital Scholar Training Initiative

Let me begin by saying that this is an experiment: Together with colleagues at the University of Southern California and our external partners at Experiment and at Symplur, we are inaugurating a Digital Scholar Training Initiative to help researchers better utilize the Web in support of their research.

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Digital Science: Revolutionizing the Way Research is Conducted

Digital Science: Revolutionizing the Way Research is Conducted

Thomas Crouzier published an interesting article on cloud-based services to connect researchers, bring mobility to research, and open new possibilities through sharing resources.

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