This event was the 2nd in our Open Research Symposium series. The first in 2019 looked at the implications of Plan S - please see here for more information. The 2nd event evolved from the questions asked in the first and although postponed and adapted due to the pandemic, we held this event virtually on the 7th July via Zoom to an internal and external audience with over 100 participants. Please see recordings of all the talks as well as some of the Questions and Answers raised by the chat during the event and during the Panel.
This event was co-hosted with our colleague Julie Reeves, who works as a Researcher Developer in the Centre for Higher Education Practice (CHEP) at the University.
This year’s event had a three-fold focus on:
Steven Vidovic, Head of Open Research and Publication Practice at the University of Southampton introduced the new Authorship, Contribution and Publishing Policy - which was written jointly by the Open Research and Publication Practice team in the library and the Research Integrity and Governance team. This has been developed as part of our Concordat to Support Research Integrity, as well as supporting our commitment to our technical staff and promoting an equitable and inclusive culture – to create a fair playing field - for all staff who could be involved in publishing process.
The event aimed to inform interested parties on the wider definition of Credit for academic work, especially early career researchers. We had representatives from F1000, Kudos, and the University of Kent
Dr Steven Vidovic – Head of Open Research and Publication Practice, Library, University of Southampton. Introduction to the publishing landscape and where credit is integral; also an overview of the new Authorship, Contribution and Publishing Policy developed at the University of Southampton.
Demitra Ellina – F1000 - Publishing Executive and UoS Alumni. Overview of pre-prints and publishing within F1000.
Charlie Rapple – Kudos - Chief Customer Office and Co-Founder. Overview of post publication with detailed communication plan to improve impact of your research
Simon Kerridge - Former Director of Research Policy and Support at the University of Kent. Overview of CRediT - a Contributor Roles Taxonomy.
The Panel Event was chaired by Steven Vidovic. The Panel comprised:
This was wordcloud created at the beginning of the Symposium when attendees where asked for words to describe what "Credit for Research" meant to them.
This was 2nd wordcloud at end of symposium when attendees asked what "Credit for Research" meant to them.
Kudos tool to prevent illegal sharing of copyright content: https://blog.growkudos.com/news/2017/11/15/kudos-solution-illegal-sharing-copyright-content
Communicating EU Research & Innovation: a guide for project participants: https://op.europa.eu/en/publication-detail/-/publication/25e20ad1-d2aa-4b4d-8a36-2a98ee258b05
CRediT taxonomy http://credit.niso.org/
The Authorship rows that sour scientific collaborations https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-021-01574-y
Investigating the division of scientific labour using the Contributor Roles Taxonomy (CRediT) https://direct.mit.edu/qss/article/2/1/111/97558/Investigating-the-division-of-scientific-labor
Internal support for communicating your research and planning for impact: ( for UoS only)
Find out more about trackable links from Rebrandly (other URL builders are available!): https://support.rebrandly.com/hc/en-us/articles/360007299393-What-is-a-Tracking-Link-
Plus these videos on LinkedIn Learning: https://www.linkedin.com/learning/search?keywords=tracking%20urls&spellcheck=false&u=35146660