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This collection shares pre-prints of videos with tips, how-to, lessons, and other content to help researchers make their results more reproducible. Authors create a new Hydroshare resource that includes meta data and the video file. Authors request the Collection Owners add their resource to this collection. Then authors submit a short brief in the Editorial Manager system of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management (https://ascelibrary.org/journal/jwrmd5) for publication. The brief includes a one-sentence citation to the Hydroshare resource containing the video content. The video undergoes a peer-review process. On acceptance, ASCE Publishing will attach branding to the video. The content will receive a digital object identifier (DOI) and be published in the Journal -- same as regular articles, case studies, etc. ASCE will also push videos out on their video and social media feeds.
The intent of collection of videos and the review process is to make peer-reviewed videos findable, accessible, interoperable, and repeatable (FAIR). This process also provides authors of reproducibility content an incentive to create and share new videos and content -- a peer-reviewed publication in the Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management.
|JWRPM Reproducibility Video 1 - Why Make Research Reproducible||Resource||Jim Stagge||Public & Shareable|
|JWRPM Reproducibility Video 2 - How to Submit my Reproducible Research||Resource||Jim Stagge||Public & Shareable|
|JWRPM Reproducibility Video 3 - What are the Benefits of Submitting my Reproducible Research to JWRPM||Resource||Jim Stagge||Public & Shareable|
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