Director of Open Scholarship Strategy at the Center for Open and Reproducible Science at Stanford University, and Executive Director of OpenSource@Stanford. In collaboration with faculty and research teams, advances open science practices at Stanford and beyond. Data sharing, methods sharing, rigor & reproducibility, open access, open source software, persistent identifiers, &c. Represents Stanford at the HELIOS initiative and other fora. Identifies emerging centers of excellence, and helps good ideas achieve escape velocity. Curiosity, humility, and a thorough understanding of Joy’s Law will be part of our success.
30 January 2024 | 40 mins 29 secs
In this episode, host Matt Germonprez is joined by panelists Sayeed Choudhury from Carnegie Mellon University, Clare Dillon from the University of Galway and Lero, Allison Kittinger from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Data Science Institute, and Zach Chandler from Stanford University. They discuss the intricate relationship between open source software and university missions, the role of libraries in supporting OSS, and the collaborative culture fostering community and innovation. The overlapping terrains of open science, open scholarship, and open source in the academic world are explored, along with the challenges and promises of developing universities OSPOs. Join us as we highlight the dynamic growth and potential of OSS in enhancing educational experiences and research output.