Show Me the Data: How to Help Researchers Share their Data, Software, and Code

Presented by: F1000 and Library Journal
Event Date: Thursday, September 28, 2023


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The open data movement is gaining momentum. Governments, academic publishers, and funding agencies worldwide are encouraging researchers to share the data, software, or code which underpins their research findings. In this growing open environment, how can librarians contribute valuable insights on good sharing practices and ways to maximize impact?

In this webinar, Jamie Hutchins (Director of Open Research, Taylor & Francis Group) and Natya Hans (Informatics and Reproducibility Librarian, University of Florida) discuss how librarians can help researchers share their data and software openly and how they can be prepared to answer FAQs.

Register now to join the session, where you’ll uncover:

  • How openness can boost visibility, reach, and reproducibility of research

  • Actionable guidance for making data and software open

  • Clarity on how researchers can share sensitive data

  • Success stories from F1000



Jamie Hutchins, Director of Open Research, Americas, Taylor & Francis Group

Natya Hans, Informatics and Reproducibility Librarian, Academic Research Consulting & Services, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida


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