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Co-authoring
Getting started
Connecting researchers to great opportunities
piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities
Defining authorship
piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities
Who is a co-author?
Defining who is a co-author largely depen...
piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities
Vancouver Protocol
Authorship credit should ideally be based ...
piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities
Other types of authorship
Gift – credit is given as a tribute...
piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities
Practicalities of

co-authoring
piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities
Finding a co-author
You might begin with finding a collaborat...
piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities
Finding a co-author
Where to find a co-author:
• institutiona...
piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities
Working together
• Be clear about everyone’s roles and the ex...
piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities
Collaboration tools
• Meeting - Google Hangouts, Skype
• Plan...
piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities
Writing together
Key questions:
• Who is contributing what?
•...
piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities
Publishing
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Author attribution
Key questions:
• who to attribute
• how to...
piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities
Author attribution
• Agree before writing begins
• Check if y...
piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities
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• Start discussions about attribution ear...
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An introduction to co-authoring academic content, covering issues that might arise, from types of authorship and standards across the disciplines, to finding collaboration partners and writing together. Also contains useful links!

Co-authoring: Getting started.

  1. 1. Co-authoring Getting started Connecting researchers to great opportunities
  2. 2. piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities Defining authorship
  3. 3. piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities Who is a co-author? Defining who is a co-author largely depends on the discipline: • medicine - in 1985 the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors devised the Vancouver Protocol to solve problems of misuse of authorship • humanities - authors must have contributed to writing the paper, other contributors are typically credited in the acknowledgements • social sciences - authorship based on substantive contributions, not just contributions to writing the paper • science, maths and technology - definitions of co-authors are largely defined by journal or publisher guidelines, or refer to the Vancouver Protocol
  4. 4. piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities Vancouver Protocol Authorship credit should ideally be based on all of the following criteria: • substantial contributions to conception and design, acquisition of data, or analysis of and interpretation of data • drafting the article or revising it critically for important intellectual content • final approval of the version to be published
  5. 5. piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities Other types of authorship Gift – credit is given as a tribute, or a ‘ploy for recognition’, often because it is expected, eg by the head of the lab or group Guest – inclusion of a name increases the likelihood of publication and/or citation Mutual support – sharing authorship to increase each others’ apparent productivity All of these could be seen as unjustified authorship and could lead to accusations of ethical misconduct.
  6. 6. piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities Practicalities of
 co-authoring
  7. 7. piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities Finding a co-author You might begin with finding a collaborator for your research, or consider whether: • your findings are significant enough for a whole paper • there is someone whose work relates to yours, where you have conducted research separately but could write up your findings together
  8. 8. piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities Finding a co-author Where to find a co-author: • institutional repositories • profile pages on department and institute websites • online networks like piirus.ac.uk • attend events and talk to people Also consider how you are going to respond to invitations from others
  9. 9. piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities Working together • Be clear about everyone’s roles and the expected input at the outset • Set deadlines and workflows • Agree actions; if you’re unsure what you should be doing check • Use tools to help plan workload • Regular meetings and check-ins (online or in person)
  10. 10. piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities Collaboration tools • Meeting - Google Hangouts, Skype • Planning - Asana, Google Drive, Trello, Wunderlist • Writing - Etherpad, FidusWriter, Google Drive
  11. 11. piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities Writing together Key questions: • Who is contributing what? • Who will edit, review and approve? • Who is the lead and ultimately responsible for getting the final output published?
  12. 12. piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities Publishing
  13. 13. piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities Author attribution Key questions: • who to attribute • how to attribute
  14. 14. piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities Author attribution • Agree before writing begins • Check if your institution has any policies or guidelines, eg Michigan State University Guidelines on Authorship • Follow journal or publisher guidelines • Use a system of weighting based on contributions, eg Authorder
  15. 15. piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities Preventing disputes • Start discussions about attribution early in proceedings - be clear about criteria for what constitutes authorship • Know the regulations of prospective journals • Sign a formal agreement
  16. 16. piirus.ac.uk – Connecting researchers to great opportunities This work by piirus.ac.uk is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. 
 piirus.ac.uk is a free networking website by jobs.ac.uk where researchers worldwide can connect, collaborate, find the best jobs and access independent consultancy opportunities. 
 piirus.ac.uk can help you expand your research horizons: • Connections - grow your international connections • Expertise - find others with specific knowledge • Visibility - get your research noticed • Careers - find jobs through jobs.ac.uk • Expand - contribute to consultancy projects
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