CSCCE is increasingly featured in articles and publications about scientific community management, and our CC BY scaffolding resources are regularly adapted. If you’ve mentioned us or have seen something we’ve missed, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The FAIR4RS team: Working together to make research software FAIR – The authors describe how they are using CSCCE’s Community Participation Model to guide their community programming and inform their community strategy.
- CSCCE is mentioned in this Nature Reviews Microbiology commentary about the National Microbiome Data Collaborative, which we’re supporting to train data ambassadors.
- NESTA report on innovation brokerage – Using technology based on feedback given at an all-day invited workshop in which Center Director Lou Woodley participated.
- eLife innovation labs – This program, run by eLife, supports early career researchers in developing open science projects. Center Director Lou Woodley consulted on it.
- Science inreach – why building connections as scientists matters – An interview with Center Director, Lou Woodley for ASBMB careers.
- Netweaving dialogue study by University of Colorado, Boulder – This research study looked at the role of academic thought leaders in STEM education systems change.
- Building community as a career – Article in Science Magazine discussing the emerging field of scientific community engagement.
- Six tips for building communities of practice – Software Sustainability Institute
- Building Research Software Communities: How to increase engagement in your community – Software Sustainability Institute
- Introducing the Community Facilitators Program – The Carpentries
- EarthCube Projects: On Building Community – EarthCube
- Building for online & offline communities – Responsible Data
- Multimessenger Diversity Network welcomes new members, discusses future efforts in July meeting – IceCube
- What is community engagement within science – and why does it matter? – Except from an interview with Lou Woodley in 2015 by Matt Shipman
- DataONE webinar – An introduction to community engagement within science – November 2019
- WildLabs.net community call – Tools and spaces for collaboration – May 2019
These are examples of ways that communities have used our CC BY scaffolding templates (with public links when available). You can download the originals from our community programming resource page.
- The Carpentries welcome tip sheet and Slack quick start guide.
- ASBMB Slack quick start guide
- NSF Earthcube Slack quick start guide
- EDSIN Slack quick start guide
- NMDC Slack quick start guide
- Brain Hack School Slack quick start guide
- KBase Educators Slack quick start guide
- Vu Amsterdam RDM support group Slack quick start guide
All of our published resources contain licensing and citation information, but if you are at all unsure, please reach out to email@example.com.