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  • image/svg+xml art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina, Beao, JakobVoss, and AnonMoos Open Access logo, converted into svg, designed by PLoS. This version with transparent background. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Open_Access_logo_PLoS_white.svg art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina, Beao, JakobVoss, and AnonMoos http://www.plos.org/
    Authors: De Gompel, Maarten; De Valk, Reinier; Noordzij, Jauco; Scharnhorst, A.M.;

    CLARIAH aims to deliver a digital research infrastructure made explicitly accessible for re- searchers from the social sciences and humanities (SSH). This makes the development of advanced ICT tools a core activity within CLARIAH. To be able to assess the quality of the research infrastructure as a whole, we need to be able to assess the quality of its individual software parts, and their function inside of the research infrastructure including data compo- nents. If we can establish a common set of software guidelines, we may more readily identify weaker components of the software infrastructure and work on their improvement. We may also be able to better direct software production processes towards issues of interoperability and sustainability. A digital research infrastructure operates at the intersection of supporting ICT and research practices. For the SSH those are far from being homogeneous. The practices served by the infrastructure differ concerning the object of analysis, the processes of analysis, and the required usability level. The need for increased attention to software quality and sustainability in an academic context is stressed by Doorn et al. [2016]. They recognize the fundamental role software plays in modern research and observe that good development practice is less followed in academia than in the commercial sector, which leads to problems in maintenance and adoption. They thus set out to promote good software development practice, good models of sustainability and dissemination of the best software across application areas/disciplines. We fully agree with these goals, and the guidelines presented here are intended to respond, on a practical level, to these with specific software quality criteria, explicitly encompassing sustainability as well.

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  • Authors: Tasovac, Toma; Romary, Laurent; Tóth-Czifra, Erzsébet; Ackermann, Rahel C.; +14 Authors

    Research assessment reform is crucial for the social sustainability of research infrastructures (RIs): RIs can only thrive in the long term if the researchers who contribute to their development and growth receive academic credit for the kind of work they do in and around research infrastructures. To put it bluntly, research infrastructures have a vested interest in supporting the reform of research assessment. But, conversely, ongoing attempts to reform research assessment can also benefit from the work of research infrastructures because RIs have a great deal of experience creating and maintaining public services for producing, curating and harvesting both traditional and non-traditional academic outputs. The goal of this paper is to outline DARIAH’s position on the importance of research assessment reform for thematic RIs and the importance of thematic RIs for research assessment reform at the European level.

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    CLARIAH aims to deliver a digital research infrastructure made explicitly accessible for re- searchers from the social sciences and humanities (SSH). This makes the development of advanced ICT tools a core activity within CLARIAH. To be able to assess the quality of the research infrastructure as a whole, we need to be able to assess the quality of its individual software parts, and their function inside of the research infrastructure including data compo- nents. If we can establish a common set of software guidelines, we may more readily identify weaker components of the software infrastructure and work on their improvement. We may also be able to better direct software production processes towards issues of interoperability and sustainability. A digital research infrastructure operates at the intersection of supporting ICT and research practices. For the SSH those are far from being homogeneous. The practices served by the infrastructure differ concerning the object of analysis, the processes of analysis, and the required usability level. The need for increased attention to software quality and sustainability in an academic context is stressed by Doorn et al. [2016]. They recognize the fundamental role software plays in modern research and observe that good development practice is less followed in academia than in the commercial sector, which leads to problems in maintenance and adoption. They thus set out to promote good software development practice, good models of sustainability and dissemination of the best software across application areas/disciplines. We fully agree with these goals, and the guidelines presented here are intended to respond, on a practical level, to these with specific software quality criteria, explicitly encompassing sustainability as well.

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  • image/svg+xml Jakob Voss, based on art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina and Beao Closed Access logo, derived from PLoS Open Access logo. This version with transparent background. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Closed_Access_logo_transparent.svg Jakob Voss, based on art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina and Beao

    Research assessment reform is crucial for the social sustainability of research infrastructures (RIs): RIs can only thrive in the long term if the researchers who contribute to their development and growth receive academic credit for the kind of work they do in and around research infrastructures. To put it bluntly, research infrastructures have a vested interest in supporting the reform of research assessment. But, conversely, ongoing attempts to reform research assessment can also benefit from the work of research infrastructures because RIs have a great deal of experience creating and maintaining public services for producing, curating and harvesting both traditional and non-traditional academic outputs. The goal of this paper is to outline DARIAH’s position on the importance of research assessment reform for thematic RIs and the importance of thematic RIs for research assessment reform at the European level.

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  • image/svg+xml art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina, Beao, JakobVoss, and AnonMoos Open Access logo, converted into svg, designed by PLoS. This version with transparent background. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Open_Access_logo_PLoS_white.svg art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina, Beao, JakobVoss, and AnonMoos http://www.plos.org/
    Authors: De Gompel, Maarten; De Valk, Reinier; Noordzij, Jauco; Scharnhorst, A.M.;

    CLARIAH aims to deliver a digital research infrastructure made explicitly accessible for re- searchers from the social sciences and humanities (SSH). This makes the development of advanced ICT tools a core activity within CLARIAH. To be able to assess the quality of the research infrastructure as a whole, we need to be able to assess the quality of its individual software parts, and their function inside of the research infrastructure including data compo- nents. If we can establish a common set of software guidelines, we may more readily identify weaker components of the software infrastructure and work on their improvement. We may also be able to better direct software production processes towards issues of interoperability and sustainability. A digital research infrastructure operates at the intersection of supporting ICT and research practices. For the SSH those are far from being homogeneous. The practices served by the infrastructure differ concerning the object of analysis, the processes of analysis, and the required usability level. The need for increased attention to software quality and sustainability in an academic context is stressed by Doorn et al. [2016]. They recognize the fundamental role software plays in modern research and observe that good development practice is less followed in academia than in the commercial sector, which leads to problems in maintenance and adoption. They thus set out to promote good software development practice, good models of sustainability and dissemination of the best software across application areas/disciplines. We fully agree with these goals, and the guidelines presented here are intended to respond, on a practical level, to these with specific software quality criteria, explicitly encompassing sustainability as well.

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  • Authors: Tasovac, Toma; Romary, Laurent; Tóth-Czifra, Erzsébet; Ackermann, Rahel C.; +14 Authors

    Research assessment reform is crucial for the social sustainability of research infrastructures (RIs): RIs can only thrive in the long term if the researchers who contribute to their development and growth receive academic credit for the kind of work they do in and around research infrastructures. To put it bluntly, research infrastructures have a vested interest in supporting the reform of research assessment. But, conversely, ongoing attempts to reform research assessment can also benefit from the work of research infrastructures because RIs have a great deal of experience creating and maintaining public services for producing, curating and harvesting both traditional and non-traditional academic outputs. The goal of this paper is to outline DARIAH’s position on the importance of research assessment reform for thematic RIs and the importance of thematic RIs for research assessment reform at the European level.

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    CLARIAH aims to deliver a digital research infrastructure made explicitly accessible for re- searchers from the social sciences and humanities (SSH). This makes the development of advanced ICT tools a core activity within CLARIAH. To be able to assess the quality of the research infrastructure as a whole, we need to be able to assess the quality of its individual software parts, and their function inside of the research infrastructure including data compo- nents. If we can establish a common set of software guidelines, we may more readily identify weaker components of the software infrastructure and work on their improvement. We may also be able to better direct software production processes towards issues of interoperability and sustainability. A digital research infrastructure operates at the intersection of supporting ICT and research practices. For the SSH those are far from being homogeneous. The practices served by the infrastructure differ concerning the object of analysis, the processes of analysis, and the required usability level. The need for increased attention to software quality and sustainability in an academic context is stressed by Doorn et al. [2016]. They recognize the fundamental role software plays in modern research and observe that good development practice is less followed in academia than in the commercial sector, which leads to problems in maintenance and adoption. They thus set out to promote good software development practice, good models of sustainability and dissemination of the best software across application areas/disciplines. We fully agree with these goals, and the guidelines presented here are intended to respond, on a practical level, to these with specific software quality criteria, explicitly encompassing sustainability as well.

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    Research assessment reform is crucial for the social sustainability of research infrastructures (RIs): RIs can only thrive in the long term if the researchers who contribute to their development and growth receive academic credit for the kind of work they do in and around research infrastructures. To put it bluntly, research infrastructures have a vested interest in supporting the reform of research assessment. But, conversely, ongoing attempts to reform research assessment can also benefit from the work of research infrastructures because RIs have a great deal of experience creating and maintaining public services for producing, curating and harvesting both traditional and non-traditional academic outputs. The goal of this paper is to outline DARIAH’s position on the importance of research assessment reform for thematic RIs and the importance of thematic RIs for research assessment reform at the European level.

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