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On behalf of SSA NSW branch, we would like to invite you to join the virtual event we are holding on Wednesday September 21st at 6.30 pm.
Tom Honeyman from Australian Research Data Commons will speak about recognition of Research Software as a first-class output of research.
Date: Wednesday, 21st September
Time: 6.30 pm
Location: This is a virtual event. You will need to register in advance here to obtain the Zoom link.
Speaker: Tom Honeyman
Title: Recognising the value of research software
The ARDC has a program of activities to work towards recognition of Research Software as a first-class output of research. We want to change the prevailing culture around the invisible status of what we consider to be a valuable and uniquely actionable form of knowledge representation. In this talk, I'll cover the actions we're undertaking to make software a more visible and recognised undertaking in Research, and I'll cover what might be ways for you to make your own software more visible to the wider research sector. We'll cover different ways of publishing software, the effort around software citation, and the role of data provenance and code availability in unearthing the use of software methods and other related tools in research.
Tom Honeyman manages a program of activities at the ARDC to work towards recognition of research software as a first-class output of research, and was the primary author of the ARDC's "National Agenda for Research Software". Prior to that Tom completed his PhD in descriptive linguistics, working on just one of the over 800 languages spoken in Papua New Guinea. While Tom spends more time these days talking about software than developing it, he has also worked as a research software engineer in the past, and also in the data archives or repositories space.
This is a virtual meeting, and the Zoom registration link is https://uni-sydney.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAuc-ytrzwtGtc2zftmJKVxGywSPuwBG5Ea. Please note for security reasons, you will need to register in advance for this meeting. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
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