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Aug

03

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New National Academy of Science Study Launch “Toward an Open Science Enterprise”

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The NAS recently launched a study on how to move “toward an open science enterprise.” This is to support the acceleration of scientific progress through the creation of important tools to give wide access to scientific research results and supporting data. The NAS Board on Research Data and Information (BRDI) ad hoc committee will lead… Read More »

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Jul

28

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Connect with NIH Data Science Community – Join Data Science SIG

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The NIH is inviting researchers, clinicians, educators (including librarians), patients, and the public to join the NIH Data Sciences Special Interest Group. The main goals of the group are to aid in disseminating new information, resources and activities; provide a place where the community can discuss and facilitate collaboration; and a place to share data… Read More »

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Jul

20

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ERuDIte – Educational Resource Discovery Index/BD2K Training Coordinating Center

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ERuDIte is the educational resource discovery index that supports biomedical researchers, a service of the BD2K Training Coordinating Center (TCC) Web Portal. ERuDIte functions to: Identify, store and synthesize large volumes of relevant educational resources in a scalable fashion Maintain a schema that aligns with other resource collection initiatives to promote data sharing Serve high-quality,… Read More »

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Jul

14

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Crowdsourcing and Citizen Science – key to data quality and utility?

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The NIH Citizen Science Working Group, made up of several dozen NIH staff, investigates and shares best practices related to citizen science and crowdsourcing, and engages with other agencies and groups promoting citizen science in other fields. One of the primary purposes of the group is to explore how to incorporate citizen science into biomedical… Read More »

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Jul

11

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Interesting Read: The Power of Provenance and importance of FAIR

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Dina Mikdadi’s, Data Scientist at Booz Allen Hamilton, has written a nice article on “The Power of Provenance” on the DataScience@NIH blog. Mikdadi makes  comparisons with the Federal Depository Library’s early efforts using “open framework” concepts making US federal publications freely accessible to US libraries (and the public) to the FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and… Read More »

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