Exploring the Connected Culture of Collaboration - a new #OverleafReport
I'm delighted to announce that today, Overleaf has released a new report which takes an in-depth look at active collaborative research patterns. Rather than examining post-published collaboration patterns, “The Connected Culture of Collaboration” explores how real-time information on collaboration can provide insights in collaboration patterns on national, state and institution-level scales.
Supported and contributed to by Digital Science, the report features a number of thought leadership pieces and includes a foreword from Laurel Haak, Executive Director, ORCID. The report focuses on the varying aspects of collaboration: how collaboration is valued in science, the role of university libraries in research communication, and how the growth of open access facilitates collaboration.
Contributed articles include:
- Understanding the existing and emerging trends in global research collaboration – as it happens. John Hammersley, CEO, Overleaf, London, UK
- What value collaboration? Recognising, understanding and incentivising collaboration. Liz Allen, F1000, London, UK
- A new cartography of collaboration. Ian Calvert, CTO, Prose and Code, Manchester and Senior Data Scientist, Digital Science & Daniel Hook, CEO, Digital Science, London, UK
- In support of collaboration. Helen Josephine, Stanford University, California, USA
- Making the most of OA: A focus on collaboration. Sam Burridge, Consultant and Advisor, London, UK
Plus... if you're in London tonight, the report is being launched at #FuturePub 10, where Daniel will be giving a short overview of the report and his contribution. Hope to see you there, and don't forget to download your own copy of the report!