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In a recent email to CDI, under "CDI Summer Reading" I listed our annual report and workshop report... and then learned that people might have wanted more stimulating reading.

Are you reading an article or link that you think other CDI members might be interested in?

Maybe you only finished reading the title and abstract, but want to share your find before it disappears into your browser history.

Feel free to share your own papers!

You can use this thread to post your links. Yet another CDI learning experiment!

5 Comments

  1. Ten simple rules for machine-actionable data management plans (preprint)

    Miksa, Tomasz, Simms, Stephanie, Mietchen, Daniel, & Jones, Sarah. (2018). Ten simple rules for machine-actionable data management plans (preprint) (Version preprint). http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1172673

  2. Enabling FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) Data reading

    Turning FAIR data into reality: Interim report from the European Commission Expert Group on FAIR data 

    Hodson, Simon, Jones, Sarah, Collins, Sandra, Genova, Françoise, Harrower, Natalie, Laaksonen, Leif, … Wittenburg, Peter. (2018). Turning FAIR data into reality: interim report from the European Commission Expert Group on FAIR data (Version Interim draft). http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1285272

    FAIR Data Action Plan: Interim recommendations and actions from the European Commission Expert Group on FAIR data

    Hodson, Simon, Jones, Sarah, Collins, Sandra, Genova, Françoise, Harrower, Natalie, Mietchen, Daniel, … Wittenburg, Peter. (2018). FAIR Data Action Plan: Interim recommendations and actions from the European Commission Expert Group on FAIR data (Version Interim draft). http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1285290


  3. Ten simple rules for measuring the impact of workshops

    Sufi S, Nenadic A, Silva R, Duckles B, Simera I, de Beyer JA, et al. (2018) Ten simple rules for measuring the impact of workshops. PLoS Comput Biol 14(8): e1006191. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pcbi.1006191

  4. An information ecology approach to science–policy integration in adaptive management of social-ecological systems.

    Eddy, B. G., B. Hearn, J. E. Luther, M. Van Zyll de Jong, W. Bowers, R. Parsons, D. Piercey, G. Strickland, and B. Wheeler. 2014. An information ecology approach to science–policy integration in adaptive management of social-ecological systems. Ecology and Society 19(3): 40.
    http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-06752-190340  

    Shared by Fran Lightsom!

  5. Science for a risky world—A U.S. Geological Survey plan for risk research and applications

    Ludwig, K.A., Ramsey, D.W., Wood, N.J., Pennaz, A.B., Godt, J.W., Plant, N.G., Luco, N., Koenig, T.A., Hudnut, K.W., Davis, D.K., and Bright, P.R., 2018, Science for a risky world—A U.S. Geological Survey plan for risk research and applications: U.S. Geological Survey Circular 1444, 57 p., https://doi.org/10.3133/cir1444.

    Summary:
    https://www.usgs.gov/news/science-a-risky-world-a-usgs-plan-risk-research-and-applications-usgs-publishes-strategic-plan