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Appendix A: Agenda

Developing Data Attribution and Citation Practices and Standards
An International Symposium and Workshop

August 22-23, 2011

US CODATA and the Board on Research Data and Information
in collaboration with
CODATA-ICSTI Task Group on Data Citation Standards and Practices

AGENDA

Day One - Monday, August 22


9:00 am

I. Chair’s Welcoming Remarks and Keynote: Why are the attribution and citation of scientific data important?



       Christine Borgman, University of California at Los Angeles

9:20

II.a. What are the major technical issues that need to be considered in developing and implementing scientific data citation standards and practices?



       Moderator: John Wilbanks, Creative Commons



1. How attribution and citation relate or differ: Jean-Bernard Minster, University of California at San Diego, Scripps Institution of Oceanography



2. Attribution and Credit: Johan Bollen, Indiana University



3. Persistence, identification, and the actionability of data citations: Herbert van de Sompel, Los Alamos National Laboratory



4. Authenticity, provenance, and trust - maintaining the scholarly value chain: Paul Groth, VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands

- Discussion



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Appendix A: Agenda Developing Data Attribution and Citation Practices and Standards An International Symposium and Workshop August 22-23, 2011 US CODATA and the Board on Research Data and Information in collaboration with CODATA-ICSTI Task Group on Data Citation Standards and Practices AGENDA Day One Monday, August 22 9:00 am I. Chair's Welcoming Remarks and Keynote: Why are the attribution and citation of scientific data important? Christine Borgman, University of California at Los Angeles 9:20 II.a. What are the major technical issues that need to be considered in developing and implementing scientific data citation standards and practices? Moderator: John Wilbanks, Creative Commons 1. How attribution and citation relate or differ: Jean-Bernard Minster, University of California at San Diego, Scripps Institution of Oceanography 2. Attribution and Credit: Johan Bollen, Indiana University 3. Persistence, identification, and the actionability of data citations: Herbert van de Sompel, Los Alamos National Laboratory 4. Authenticity, provenance, and trust - maintaining the scholarly value chain: Paul Groth, VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands - Discussion 211

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212 DEVELOPING DATA ATTRIBUTION AND CITATION PRACTICES AND STANDARDS 10:50 Break 30 min 11:20 II.b. What are the major scientific issues that need to be considered in developing and implementing scientific data citation standards and practices? Which ones are universal for all types of research and which ones are field- or context- specific? Moderator: Herbert van de Sompel, LANL 1. Life Sciences: Philip Bourne, University of California at San Diego 2. Physical and earth sciences: Sarah Callaghan, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK 3. Social Sciences: Mary Vardigan, University of Michigan, Inter- university Consortium for Political and Social Research 4. Humanities: Michael Sperberg-McQueen, Black Mesa Technologies - Discussion 12:50 Lunch (70 min, on site) 2:00 III. What are the major institutional, financial, legal, and socio- cultural issues that need to be considered in developing and implementing scientific data citation standards and practices? Which ones are universal for all types of research and which ones are field- or context-specific? Moderator: Paul Uhlir, National Research Council 1. Legal issues: Sarah Hinchliff Pearson, Creative Commons 2. Institutional/financial: MacKenzie Smith, MIT 3. Socio-cultural: Diane Harley, University of California at Berkeley - Discussion 3:15 Coffee break 30 min 3:45 IV. What is the status of data attribution and citation practices in individual fields in the natural and social (economic and political) sciences in United States and internationally? Case Studies.

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APPENDIX A 213 Moderator: David Kochalko, ThomsonReuters 1. DataCite: Jan Brase, National Library of Science and Technology, Germany 2. Dataverse: Micah Altman, Harvard University 3. Microsoft Academic Search: Lee Dirks, Microsoft Research 4. International Oceanographic Data Exchange and the Scientific Committee for Oceanographic Research: Roy Lowry et al. (presentation given by Sarah Callaghan) 5. Global Biodiversity Information Facility: Vishwas Chavan, GBIF 6. Federation of Earth Science Information Partners: Mark Parsons, National Snow and Ice Data Center 7. Scripps Institution of Oceanography: John Helly, Scripps 8. SageCite: Monica Duke, University of Bath, UKOLN - Discussion 5:30 Adjourn -- reception

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214 DEVELOPING DATA ATTRIBUTION AND CITATION PRACTICES AND STANDARDS Day Two Tuesday, August 23 Hotel Shattuck Plaza Whitecotton Room, Sixth Floor 2086 Allston Way Berkeley, CA 8:45 V. Institutional Roles and Perspectives: What are the respective roles and approaches of the main actors in the research enterprise and what are the similarities and differences in disciplines and countries? The roles of research funders, universities, data centers, libraries, scientific societies, and publishers will be explored. Moderator: Bonnie Carroll, Information International Associates 1. Universities: Deborah Crawford, Drexel University 2. Data centers Bruce Wilson, Oak Ridge National Laboratory 3. Libraries: Michael Witt, Purdue/IASSIST 4. Commercial scientific publisher: Anita de Waard, Elsevier Labs 5. Scientific society publisher: Michael Kurtz, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Astrophysics Data System - Discussion 10:30 Break (30 minutes) 11:00 Session V. (continued) Moderator: Christine Borgman, UCLA 6. Standards: Todd Carpenter, National Information Standards Organization 7. Public research funder: Sylvia Spengler, National Science Foundation - Discussion and wrap up

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APPENDIX A 215 12:15 Lunch (I hour) Workshop Options on where do we go from here? Whitecotton Room, Sixth Floor Moderator: Allen Renear, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 1:15-1:25 Introduction and charge to breakout groups, Allen Renear, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 1:30 -3:30 Breakout Groups - 6 groups @ 7-9 persons each, with moderator and rapporteur (meeting rooms to be assigned) Breakout 1: Why is the attribution and citation of scientific data important and for what types of data? Is there substantial variation among disciplines? Chair: Jan Brase, TBI and DataCite, Germany Rapporteur: Cheryl Levey, NRC Board on Research Data and Information Room: Boiler Room, Section A Breakout 2: What are the major technical issues that need to be considered in developing and implementing scientific data citation standards and practices? Chair: Martie van Deventer, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, South Africa Rapporteur: Franciel Linares, Information International Associates Room: Boiler Room, Section B Breakout 3: What are the major scientific issues that need to be considered in developing and implementing scientific data citation standards and practices? Which ones are universal for all types of research and which ones are field- or context- specific? Chair: Sarah Callaghan, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK Rapporteur: Matthew Mayernik, National Center for Atmospheric Research Room: Boiler Room, Section C Breakout 4: What are the major institutional, financial, legal, and socio-cultural issues that need to be considered in developing and implementing scientific data citation standards and practices? Which ones are universal for all types of research and

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216 DEVELOPING DATA ATTRIBUTION AND CITATION PRACTICES AND STANDARDS which ones are field- or context-specific? Chair: Vishwas Chavan, Global Biodiversity Information Facility, Denmark Rapporteur: Laura Wynholds, UCLA Room: Crystal Ballroom, Section 1 Breakout 5: What are some of the options for the successful development and implementation of scientific data citation practices and standards, both across the natural and social sciences and in major contexts of research? How can the different stakeholder groups be engaged in such a process? Chair: Bonnie Carroll, Information International Associates, US Rapporteur: Jillian Wallis, UCLA Main Room, Side 1 Breakout 6: What issues would be useful to get additional feedback on from the scientific community in order to identify best practices for data citation practices and standards? Who should be asked? What is the best way to get this information? Chair: Todd Carpenter, National Information Standards Organization, USRapporteur: Daniel Cohen, Library of Congress/NRC Board on Research Data and Information Main Room, Side 2 3:30 Break 4:00 Plenary discussion of best practices and options, and wrap-up Chair: Allen Renear, UIUC 5:00 End of meeting