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Presentations and Publications

CDS staff cooperate with colleagues from Leiden and other universities and libraries in giving training sessions, workshops and presentations. They (co)authored a diverse set of publications dealing with Digital Scholarship.

Publications

2019, Saskia Woutersen-Windhouwer, Damiaan van Eeten & Arjan de Rooy, Het Harvard Open Access-licentiemodel in het Nederlands recht, in Nederlands Juristenblad (NJB)

2019, Joanne Yeomans et al., Engaging Researchers with Data Management: The Cookbook

2019, Krista Murchison & Ben Companjen, Manuscripts, Metadata, and Medieval Multilingualism: Using a Manuscript Dataset to Analyze Language Use and Distribution in Medieval England, in DH Benelux journal

2019, Kristina Hettne et al., The FAIR Funder pilot programme to make it easy for funders to require and for grantees to produce FAIR Data 

2019, Laurents Sesink, Duurzame toegang tot research data. Beleid, protocollen, voorzieningen, standaarden en het ontwikkelen van vaardigheden en competenties, in  Preserveren. Stappen zetten in een nieuw vakgebied. Casus Universiteit Leiden, 113-122.

2018, Ben Companjen, 'Software & data skills trainen met Library Carpentry', in IP: Vakblad voor Informatieprofessionals 2018(1): 20-21.

2018, Fieke Schoots, Laurents Sesink, Peter Verhaar, Floor Frederiks, 'Implementing a Research Data Policy at Leiden University'

2017, Wilms L., Cock M.P. & Ben Companjen,  'Digital Humanities Clinics - Leading Dutch Librarians into DH'

2017, Peter Verhaar, Fieke Schoots, Laurents Sesink, Floor Frederiks, 'Fostering Effective Data Management Practices at Leiden University'

2017, Peter Verhaar and Laurents Sesink, 'Wereldwijde toegang tot afbeeldingen via IIIF'

2016, Peter Verhaar, Affordances and limitations of algorithmic criticism (PhD dissertation).

 

Reports

Several reports on, among other topics, Open Science and the digital future of scientific libraries have been drafted in cooperation with the CDS.

2019, Accelerating scholarly communication: The transformative role of preprints

2019, National Coordination Point for Research Data Management (LCRDM): Positioning paper for 2019 and beyond

2019, Insights into the Economy of Open Scholarship: A Collection of Interviews

2019, Top 10 FAIR Data & Software Things

2018, Digitaal Erfgoed Referentie Architectuur (DERA2.0) Netwerk Digitaal Erfgoed

2018, FAIR Data Advanced Use Cases: from principles to practice in the Netherlands

2018, Moving from ambition to reality: An account of the Knowledge Exchange workshop on Open Scholarship, Paris 2017 and a menu for possible actions for 2018 and beyond.

2017, Knowledge Exchange approach towards Open Scholarship.

2017, NMC Horizon Report, 2017 Library Edition.

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