Approaching Trust: Case Studies for Developing Global Research Infrastructures.
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Research is a global endeavor of iteration and collaboration. Research requires trust-building: shared understanding of process, access to source data, and points of validation. A number of trust structures are used by researchers: disciplinary societies cohere practices among researchers, educational degrees and institutional affiliation are proxies of trust, as is publication of research findings in status journals (Haak and Wagner, 2021). These trust structures require interactions among many stakeholder groups, operating within and across disciplines, institutions, and countries. This is where research infrastructures come into play. These infrastructures support knowledge sharing across stakeholder borders, and at the best of times create a foundation for collaboration (Edwards et al., 2013; Haak et al., 2020). Examples of globalscale research infrastructures include article indexing platforms, researcher profile systems, federated identity systems, data repositories, an.....
JournalFrontiers in Research Metrics and Analytics
CitationFlanagan,,H., Haak, L.L. and Paglione, L.D. (2021) Approaching Trust: Case Studies for Developing Global Research Infrastructures. Frontiers in Research Metrics and Analytics, 6:746514, 12pp. DOI: 10.3389/frma.2021.746514
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