Emerging trends in open research – data use and reuse

What the event covers

Academic publishers and funding agencies increasingly encourage researchers to share the data which underlies their research findings. There is evidence that when openly available datasets are reused by other researchers, further research can be supported, and a greater impact across disciplines can be achieved.

This webinar shares data reuse success stories and reveal how you can replicate this success with your data. 

    This webinar is perfect for researchers across all subject areas who are interested in learning more about open data and data reuse.

    About the speaker

    Diksha Awasthi’s role is focused on nurturing partnerships and providing author support within India region. Prior to joining Taylor & Francis, Diksha worked as a Fulbright Scholar and teaching assistant at University of Utah. She has over 4 years of experience working in the education sector.

    Ashish Dev Gandhi’s role at F1000 primarily involves data analysis & research and provide support to current and prospective partners in the region. He is a post-graduate in economics and a UGC- NET scholar. Prior to joining Taylor and Francis, he has worked with S&P Capital IQ as a Data Researcher.

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    Online

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    open research

    The speakers

    Diksha Awasthi

    Business Liaison at F1000

    Ashish Dev Gandhi

    Business Liaison at F1000

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