Scholarly schol·ar·ly | \ ˈskä-lər-lē \ (adjective)
of, characteristic of, or suitable to learned persons
Dissemination dis·sem·i·na·tion | \ di-ˌse-mə-ˈnā-shən \ (noun)
the act or process of disseminating or spreading something; the state of being disseminated*
There are many ways in which scientists communicate the results of their work. In addition to peer-reviewed publications and presentations at symposia or in the classroom, there are pre-prints, and publicly shared datasets and software code, among others. The breadth and depth of recognized scholarly product continues to grow. Explore the topic areas listed below for more information and resources you may find relevant to your work.
Publications & Presentations
- Citation and Management Tools at Harvard
- CONSORT 2010 - Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials
- Enhancing the QUAlity and Transparency Of Health Research
- EQUATOR Guidelines
- NIH Principles and Guidelines for Reporting Preclinical Research
- NIH Rigor and Reproducibility Training Module 1: Lack of Transparency
- PRISMA – Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses
- STARD 2015 Checklist
- STROBE – Strengthening the Reporting of Observational studies in Epidemiology
Sharing (Materials, Data, Code, Methods)
- Best Practices for Computational Science: Software Infrastructure and Environments for Reproducible and Extensible Research (Stodden and Miguez, Journal of Open Research Software 2014)
- Core Trust Seal - Trustworthy Data Repositories Requirements
- Credit data generators for data reuse (Pierce et al., Nature Comment 2019) "To promote effective sharing, we must create an enduring link between the people who generate data and its future uses."
- Sharing Clinical Trial Data: Maximizing Benefits, Minimizing Risks
- Why Share Your Data?