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Panel: Authorship challenges in big team science - Shared screen with speaker view
Nicholas Coles
22:51
Robert, can you jump in here?
Nicholas Coles
22:57
I know you have thoughts about this ;)
Heidi Baumgartner
34:50
sorry skipped the inclusion criteria, will come back to it
Amélie Gourdon-Kanhukamwe
50:57
I think what Lisa is touching on, and the value of authorship question is the misled cultural belied that a researcher is this super-human who can do everything well, and that's another thing to shift to get cultural change. Once we recognise science relies on coordinating the different skills of people, a Credit system makes sense.
Lisa DeBruine
51:26
+1 Amélie
Lauren Wool
55:29
I would worry that time metrics would entrench existing access inequalities (e.g., person A can work on weekends but person B cannot because of home responsibilities, etc.)
Simon Kerridge
57:16
totally agree
Lisa DeBruine
57:48
How does this all intersect with publication reform like Octopus or ResearchEquals that promote more diverse and modular research outputs?
Simon Kerridge
57:58
has been brought a lot more to the fore with Working From Home... much easier for some than others
Simon Kerridge
01:03:34
Ah .. credit for "negative" results.. that is ANOTHER big issue!
Flavio Azevedo
01:05:09
https://www.psychologicalscience.org/observer/the-toothbrush-problem
Julia Espinosa
01:08:25
preach, Lisa!
Lauren Wool
01:08:35
FYI, CODE, edited by Rishab Aiyer, is a really nice, broad collection of essays about collective ownership with a digital/software perspective
Nadia Sarai Corral-Frias
01:08:54
Yes! How do we help those in underrepresented groups!
Nadia Sarai Corral-Frias
01:09:28
It goes also back to what Lisa was saying about how we characterize our contributions.
Nicholas Coles
01:10:14
I'll check out CODE. Thanks, Lauren!
Nadia Sarai Corral-Frias
01:11:14
Exactly Flavio!
Simon Kerridge
01:16:24
https://recognitionrewards.nl/2021/01/21/national-website-for-recognition-rewards-programme/ for those interested
Antonio Schettino
01:16:41
Just to point out that conversations aound better research evaluation are very hot in the field of bibliometrics. One of the best people out there is Dr. Elizabeth Gadd (https://lizziegadd.wordpress.com). I recommending checking out her work!
Simon Kerridge
01:17:36
yes Lizzie does lots on that - esp re Rankings... check out the SCOPE framework
Lisa DeBruine
01:17:46
+1 for Liz Gadd
Lisa DeBruine
01:27:19
Get (and use) an ORCiD https://orcid.org/register
Simon Kerridge
01:27:54
+1000
Simon Kerridge
01:28:33
https://credit.niso.org/ incase you can't find it
Lisa DeBruine
01:28:38
Use tending to create author statements about CRediT https://marton-balazs-kovacs.github.io/tenzing/
Lisa DeBruine
01:28:46
tenzig
Lisa DeBruine
01:29:02
tenzing (autocorrect keeps changing this!)
Flavio Azevedo
01:29:23
We love tensing <3
Flavio Azevedo
01:29:30
(with CRediT)
Simon Kerridge
01:29:39
;-)
Flavio Azevedo
01:29:50
tenzing
Simon Kerridge
01:31:48
are we blazing new trails.. by sitting on blazing saddles... ;-)
Dana Basnight-Brown
01:31:58
Thank you all so much for this discussion!
Lisa DeBruine
01:32:14
Thank you everyone!
Amélie Gourdon-Kanhukamwe
01:32:16
Thanks everyone for a great discussion!
Antonio Schettino
01:32:19
thanks!
Simon Kerridge
01:32:20
Hi Dana!!!
Susana Ruiz-Fernandez
01:32:22
Thank you for the interesting discussion!