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Wednesday, March 14 • 10:30am - 11:30am
The Wild and Unwieldy World of Retractions

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Scholarly publications are retracted for a plethora of reasons (e.g., irreproducible research, data fraud, fake peer review, honest error), and have been trending upward in recent years. The Committee on Publication Ethics and other associations have guidelines for how retractions should be identified, and studies have found the notifications to be inconsistent across platforms. Come to this session to learn about the various complexities of retractions and gain an awareness of tools that help users discover status changes. The presenters will demonstrate CrossMark, Retraction Watch Database and more!


Caitlin Bakker

Research Services Librarian, University of Minnesota
Caitlin Bakker is a health sciences librarian specializing in research support services, including systematic reviews, data management and reproducibility, scholarly publishing, and research impact assessment. She received her Masters in Library and Information Studies from McGill... Read More →
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Amy Riegelman

Social Sciences & Evidence Synthesis Librarian, University of Minnesota
systematic reviews, meta-analyses, preprints, grey literature, open scholarship, reproducibility, replicability, retractions

Wednesday March 14, 2018 10:30am - 11:30am CDT
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