1.4.1 References and Further Reading

Course subject(s) Module 1. Introduction to Open Science

Auer,  S., Bizer,  C., Kobilarov,  G., Lehmann,  J., Cyganiak,  R., & Ives,  Z. (2007).  Dbpedia:  A nucleus for a web of open data.  In  K. Aberer et al. (Eds.),  Lecture Notes in Computer Science: Vol. 4825. The semantic web (pp. 722–735). doi: 10.1007/978-3-540-76298-0_52

Bartling, S. & Friesike, S. (2014). Opening Science – The Evolving Guide on How the Internet is Changing Research, Collaboration and Scholarly Publishing.  Heidelberg, Germany: Springer.  Retrieved from

Dunning, A. (2016, May 4). Some articles on the benefits of open data for citation rated [Web log post]. Retrieved from  

FORCE11. (2016). The FAIR Data Principles. Retrieved from 

Journal open data policies. (2017). Retrieved from http://oad.simmons.edu/oadwiki/Journal_open-data_policies

McKiernan, E. C., Bourne, P. E., Brown, C. T., Buck, S., Kenall,  A., Lin, J., … Yarkoni, T. (2016). How open science helps researchers succeed. doi:

Nature.com. (2017).  Authors & referees: Availability of data & materials.  Retrieved from

Nielsen, M. (2012). Reinventing discovery: The new era of networked science. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University.

Open Access.nl. (n.d.). What is open access? Retrieved from

PLOS. (n.d.). Data availability. Retrieved from

Replicability Research Group. (2017). Replicability vs Reproducibility. Retrieved from

Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences. (2013). Responsible research data management
and the prevention of scientific misconduct
[PDF version]. Retrieved from

Science/AAAS. (2017). Data Replication & Reproducibility. Retrieved from

SPARC Europe. (2017). The Open Access Citation Advantage Service. Retrieved from

Suber, P. (2012). Open access [PDF version]. Retrieved from

TU Delft. (2016). TU Delft Policy on Open Access Publishing: Effective from 01-05-2016. Retrieved from

VandeWalle, P. (2012). Code sharing is associated with research impact in image processing.
Computing in Science & Engineering, 14(4), 42–47. 

Bent, M., Gannon-Leary, P., Webb, J. (2007). Information Literacy in a Researcher’s Learning Life: The Seven Ages of Research. New Review of Information Networking, 13(2), 81-99.

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