"If you’ve noticed your IRB getting a lot more social research–friendly recently, you probably should be thanking the flexibility movement." insidehighered.com/news/2020/0

This call for submissions about "Imagining Open Infrastructure" looks terrific. Someone should write about Mastodon! popjournal.ca/call

My chapter on hurricane research drones is out in this :OpenAccess: collection, along with 85 other entries!

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This piece pries open a space for something new, even if it can't quite get to where it's pointing: not all scholarship seeks to be "confirmatory" in the first place. elifesciences.org/articles/521

On authoring, administering, maintaining, archiving, and collaborating in data-intensive science. estsjournal.org/index.php/ests

"It is through data practices that the 🇪🇺 seeks to constitute its population as a knowable, governable entity and as a people where common personhood is more important than differences." journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/

A nice review of the literature on intercoder reliability, including the case for approaching it "not as a measure of objectivity but as a means of reflexively improving the analysis." journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/

@marcellaflamme More than that: one of the things humanists can teach psychologists and economists and social science is that NO data set is usable without first studying how it was compiled and how it defines its terms and performing some sanity checks

"In humanities data, the interpretive layers that accompany and contextualize the base data may be as important as the data itself." guide.dhcuration.org/contents/

Are there and/or advocates in these parts? I'm new to Mastodon and would love to connect.

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