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OASPA Endorses Make Data Count Initiative and Will Hold Data Citation Webinar

Bernie Folan writes for OASPA, “As leaders in the evolving open access publishing space, OASPA believes that developing and supporting best practices and broadly achievable standards for all aspects of open content is essential, including for research data. Because of this, OASPA endorses the Make Data Count initiative, and its goals of building for, and supporting, the inclusion of research data in responsible research assessment.”

On July 13, 2021, at 10:30 a.m. EDT, Make Data Count and OASPA will be hosting an interactive webinar on best practices for data citation. Folan shares, “We’ll be introducing Make Data Count, sharing a publisher case study on data publishing and citation, and covering the how, why and when for data citation. We will also look at the importance of supporting data citations from the OASPA perspective. We’ll also collect feedback from participants on data citation in their communities in preparation for a further piece of work with OASPA members—we want to understand and help remove barriers to data citation, and support those already doing this valuable work.” 

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