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Date

2016-04-06

Description

In this session Leah will discuss her experiences working on an NIH Supplement for Informationist Services grant, what was accomplished, and what she learned along the way. Within the psychiatric neuroimaging research community, data and resource sharing have become accepted as standard, but issues related to attribution and citing data in novel research are still hindering meaningful reuse. This project aimed to illustrate a system of data identification that would not only allow for proper citation of whole datasets, but maintain the chain of attribution in derived and remixed datasets, allowing for a more complete picture of research impact and author contribution.

Leah Honor is Library Fellow and Informationist Liaison to the Child and Adolescent Neurodevelopment Initiative, University of Massachusetts Medical School.

Keywords

informationist, libraries, neuroimaging, data citation

DOI

10.13028/1h8h-tn58

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Informationist: Informationist Breakout Session

In this session Leah will discuss her experiences working on an NIH Supplement for Informationist Services grant, what was accomplished, and what she learned along the way. Within the psychiatric neuroimaging research community, data and resource sharing have become accepted as standard, but issues related to attribution and citing data in novel research are still hindering meaningful reuse. This project aimed to illustrate a system of data identification that would not only allow for proper citation of whole datasets, but maintain the chain of attribution in derived and remixed datasets, allowing for a more complete picture of research impact and author contribution.

Leah Honor is Library Fellow and Informationist Liaison to the Child and Adolescent Neurodevelopment Initiative, University of Massachusetts Medical School.