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      How can we ensure visibility and diversity in research contributions? How the Contributor Role Taxonomy (CRediT) is helping the shift from authorship to contributorship

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          Beyond authorship: attribution, contribution, collaboration, and credit

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            The Metric Tide: Independent Review of the Role of Metrics in Research Assessment and Management

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              Transparency in authors’ contributions and responsibilities to promote integrity in scientific publication

              In keeping with the growing movement in scientific publishing toward transparency in data and methods, we propose changes to journal authorship policies and procedures to provide insight into which author is responsible for which contributions, better assurance that the list is complete, and clearly articulated standards to justify earning authorship credit. To accomplish these goals, we recommend that journals adopt common and transparent standards for authorship, outline responsibilities for corresponding authors, adopt the Contributor Roles Taxonomy (CRediT) (docs.casrai.org/CRediT) methodology for attributing contributions, include this information in article metadata, and require authors to use the ORCID persistent digital identifier (https://orcid.org). Additionally, we recommend that universities and research institutions articulate expectations about author roles and responsibilities to provide a point of common understanding for discussion of authorship across research teams. Furthermore, we propose that funding agencies adopt the ORCID identifier and accept the CRediT taxonomy. We encourage scientific societies to further authorship transparency by signing on to these recommendations and promoting them through their meetings and publications programs.
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                Learned Publishing
                Learned Publishing
                Wiley
                09531513
                January 2019
                January 2019
                January 24 2019
                : 32
                : 1
                : 71-74
                Affiliations
                [1 ]Director of Strategic Initiatives; F1000; London UK
                [2 ]Community Manager; Collaborative Knowledge Foundation; San Francisco CA USA
                [3 ]Executive Editor; PLOS; San Francisco CA USA
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                10.1002/leap.1210
                858fc515-4037-4c23-9885-135da9dbd881
                © 2019

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