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Тиражируемые услуги для воспроизводимых исследований: модель для научных библиотек

https://doi.org/10.20913/1815-3186-2019-4-33-45

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За последнее десятилетие исследования в различных дисциплинах, от биологии до экономики, показали, что многие научные результаты не удается воспроизвести. Это привело к заявлениям в научной прессе и СМИ о том, что наука переживает «кризис воспроизводимости» и что в результате этого кризиса студенты, преподаватели и общественность в целом задумались о степени доверия к исследованиям. Преподаватели университетов строят на этих результатах свои исследования, а студенты и общественность используют эти результаты для очень многих целей: от ухода за пациентами до государственной политики. Для построения модели поддержки университетскими библиотеками воспроизводимых исследований авторы провели обзор основных рекомендаций от финансирующих научные исследования организаций, издателей и профессиональных сообществ и сопоставили рекомендации с библиотечными услугами университетов и опытом библиотекарей. Обзор показывает, что многие рекомендации по повышению воспроизводимости результатов могут стать в университетах основными областями библиотечного дела, включая управление данными, научные коммуникации и методологическую поддержку систематических обзоров и исследований, основанных на обработке больших объемов данных (data-intensive research). Расширение представлений о перспективах библиотечного дела, журналов, финансирования и общественного восприятия вопросов воспроизводимости результатов исследований, а также переосмысление предоставляемых библиотеками знаний и услуг позволит университетским библиотекам стать лидерами в поддержке воспроизводимых исследований.

Об авторах

Ф. Сэйр
Университет Миннесоты
Соединённые Штаты Америки

Сэйр Франклин, библиотекарь по связи с пользователями (liaison librarian)

Твин Ситиз



Э. Ригельман
Университет Миннесоты
Соединённые Штаты Америки

Ригельман Эми, библиотекарь по социальным наукам

Твин Ситиз



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Для цитирования:


Сэйр Ф., Ригельман Э. Тиражируемые услуги для воспроизводимых исследований: модель для научных библиотек. Библиосфера. 2019;(4):33-45. https://doi.org/10.20913/1815-3186-2019-4-33-45

For citation:


Sayre F., Riegelman A. Replicable services for reproducible research: a model for academic libraries. Bibliosphere. 2019;(4):33-45. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.20913/1815-3186-2019-4-33-45

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