Results of the survey “CALL within the Digital Humanities: considering CALL journals, research data and the sharing of research results”
Taking the opportunity of this communication to Eurocall 2013 (Chanier 2013a), colleagues who were subscribers to the EUROCALL and CALICO mailing lists were invited to participate in an online survey. Here are the results of this survey.
It collected attitudes and opinions of CALL researchers related to issues on multilingual aspects of CALL literature, open access to publication, scientific process linking publications and data, access and reuse of data on learning situations where the researcher/teacher did not participated in the first instance, acknowledgement of research related to work on data.
Some questions set in this survey:
- Would you be willing to publish in a CALL journal in a language other than English?
- If the journal does not publish predominantly in English, but has a standard rate of selection, an international board of reviewers and authors from different countries, would you consider this journal as being international?
- Suppose you submit a paper to a journal which is based on research data, would you be willing to deposit your data for the review process?
- If research data from learning situations was available in open-access formats, would you be interested in doing research on this data that you did not personally collect?
- What proportion of your publications do you deposit as open access?
- Occasionally, would you be ready to waive your intellectual property rights when you deposit data (data, not publications), provided that your data can be clearly cited / referred to?
- The document displaying and commenting the survey results,
- The survey form,
- The spreadsheet containing the raw data on survey responses.
Chanier, T. (2013a). “A viewpoint on the place of CALL within the Digital Humanities: considering CALL journals, research data and the sharing of research results”. EUROCALL 2013 conference, 11-14 September, Evora Portugal [slide presentation]. [ http://edutice.archives-ouvertes.fr/edutice-00862024 ; http://mulce-doc.univ-bpclermont.fr/spip.php?article93 ]
Chanier, T. (2013b). Results of the survey “CALL within the Digital Humanities: considering CALL journals, research data and the sharing of research results” [document with associated data ]. http://edutice.archives-ouvertes.fr/edutice-00876430