Ditch authorship for contributorship! In this short piece, I give some reasons we should. Contributorship already has some traction, but we need to really push for it to make sure it happens. #SIPS2019
"Science is a team sport, and we need to credit those who are bringing us its advances." ⚽️🥉⚽️ on why authorship should acknowledge a greater range of roles: | #ResearchCulture
"Science is a team sport, and we need to credit those who are bringing us its advances." ⚽️🥉⚽️ on why authorship should acknowledge a greater range of roles: | #ResearchCulture
Science must embrace a system of academic credit that rewards a greater range of roles.
Science must embrace a system of academic credit that rewards a greater range of roles.
"Embrace a system of academic credit that rewards a greater range of roles." on why we need contributors, not authors 👉 | #ResearchCulture
This is excellent, thank you Will use CRediT from now on
"Embrace a system of academic credit that rewards a greater range of roles." on why we need contributors, not authors 👉 | #ResearchCulture
How to give statisticians their due when crediting journal articles
These #OpenScience changes in how we credit research allow a diversity of scientific roles to proliferate, taking pressure off the rat's race that academic careers can sometimes become. makes a strong argument: #AcademicChatter #ScienceTwitter
Ditching authorship for contributorship is a good move if one wants to promote diversity and inclusion, but that's maybe too obvious 😀. So, I argued from a less-appreciated point: we are but shouldn't be disincentivizing specialization.
refers to the CRediT initiative I wrote about here
Farewell authors, hello contributors More disciplines must embrace a system of academic credit that rewards a greater range of roles more specifically
And for understanding the patterns of what individual researchers do, I think CRediT is important. A lot of good can come of making it easier to know who does what. . #metascience2019
We’re teaching principles of authorship and contributorship at ! Farewell authors, hello contributors
Farewell authors, hello contributors. A new taxonomy of people listed on an article.
Farewell authors, hello contributors
Farewell authors, hello contributors. More disciplines must embrace a system of academic credit that rewards a greater range of roles more specifically, says Alex Holcombe.
Great for the many journals that use ScholarOne. A lot of good can come of making it easier to show who did what (explained here )
"More disciplines must embrace a system of academic credit that rewards a greater range of roles more specifically" - #academicpublishing
like CRediT () which indicates who did what in the research reported in scientific articles at journals and at many e.g. Elsevier journals, but for a much broader set of activities. #AIMOS2019 Both really important for meta-research!