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Pan-European digital assets supporting research communities – Benefits & opportunities

5 - 6 December 2022

Cassandra Gould Van Praag

I work to generate opportunities for the research community to actively participate in and contribute to open science infrastructure at the Wellcome Centre for Integrative Neuroimaging (WIN), University of Oxford. I work between departments and alongside partners in other institutions to develop policies and recommendations for good governance around open science that work for individual facilities, across departmental boundaries within medical sciences, and beyond into the wider University, National and International networks.

I have a PhD in Informatics, MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience and BSc in Human Biology. I have 10 years of neuroimaging (fMRI) research experience. I was Co-Chair of the Open Science Room 2020, and have spoken about open science an inclusivity at a number of national and international meetings. I am a contributor to a number of open community tools, including Open Research Calendar, the COBIDAS Checklist and The Turing Way.

Evidencing your varied contributions using ORCID and DOIs via OpenAIRE

Researcher outputs are more varied than simple journal articles, and include data, code and documentation among other materials. An effective way to evidence the full breadth of your contributions is using your Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID) and a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) to identify an exact digital version of the material being made public. In this demonstration, I will show you how I use OpenAIRE to make sure all my DOI’d outputs are indexed on my ORICD profile, so they can be effectively collated when I need to produce evidence of my work.

E-mail address: cassandra.gouldvanpraag@psych.ox.ac.uk

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