Our vision is an open environment where researchers and research professionals are recognized for a wide range of behaviors and contributions that benefit the Open Research ecosystem.
Scholarly Societies use Rescognito to Recognize Membership Contributions:
Scholarly societies such as Earth Sciences Information Partners (ESIP) use Rescognito to acknowledge their membership for a wide range of contributions including: Committee work, Conference posters, Conference session organization, Conference presentations and Webinar contributions. Explore and visualize ESIP recognition here: https://rescognito.com/03q5xa910 and https://rescognito.com/institutionReasonsVisualization.php?iav=03q5xa910
Researchers use Rescognito to Claim Publication CRediT:
Using the CRediT taxonomy, Rescognito enables researchers to be formally recognized for their individual contributions to publications (including datasets, software, protocols and preprints). Just add the publication's DOI (Digital Object Identifier) to the end of the Rescognito URL e.g. https://rescognito.com/...yourDOI... Here is a live example of a publication with awarded CRediT recognition: https://www.rescognito.com/v/10.1111/1365-2656.13053 - For more information see the video explainer: https://youtu.be/C4uMFz5wRZc
Researchers use Rescognito to Complete Publication-Linked Checklists:
Research funders increasingly expect researchers to record a wide range of publication-related information. This is usually captured using Checklists. Rescognito offers a highly cost-effective, rapid and flexible way to collect this information from authors. For example, a Data Availablity Checklist (DAC) can be easily accessed and completed by adding the publication DOI to the Rescognito base URL: e.g. https://rescognito.com/DAC/...yourDOI.. Completed checklists can be accessed in the same way - here is a live example: https://rescognito.com/dac/10.1101/2020.01.17.910216 - For more information see the video explainer: https://youtu.be/B1U4dk0lqmc
Create Your Own DOI-Linked Rescognito Checklist:
Researchers use Rescognito to create and customize their own Checklists related to a DOI. Give it a try at: https://rescognito.com/createchecklist
Our mission is to expand researcher recognition, to add transparency, increase effectiveness, and to improve research investment outcomes for individuals and institutions by providing a fair, open and granular platform for the recognition of a broad range research activity and good citizenship. Rescognito allows researchers to openly acknowledge colleagues (and to be acknowledged by colleagues) for meaningful contributions to the research process, such as:
- Data sharing
- Reproducibility practices
- Sharing negative results
- Participation in discussion groups
- Software development
- Clinical trials management
- Community outreach
- Public engagement
- Completion of research-related checklists
The Rescognito Open Ledger draws on public information contained in researchers' ORCID® records. ORCID iDs provide a definitive way to uniquely identify individual researchers. DOIs, grant IDs and other persistent identifiers (PIDs) are also used where available as links to appropriate contributions.
Rescognito was founded by Richard Wynne and is implemented by a team based in Boston, MA and Montreal Canada.
January 2021 - Richard Wynne, the founder of Rescognito, makes a presentation at PIDapalooza 2021 explaining how Rescognito can reduce scholarly publishing costs: video on Youtube .
January 2021 Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) awards more than 38,000 COGs (units of recognition) to acknowledge their membership for a wide range of contributions including: Committee work, Conference posters, Conference session organization, Conference presentation and Webinar contributions. Explore and visualize ESIP recognition here: https://rescognito.com/03q5xa910 and https://rescognito.com/institutionReasonsVisualization.php?iav=03q5xa910
October 2020 - Rescognito launches customized checklists for Open Research (Beta). Go to https://rescognito.com/createchecklist to create your own free checklist.
October 2020 - DataCite Blog: "How would you recognize the contributions made by a dataset"? https://doi.org/10.5438/c3m8-4v17
August 2020 - Richard Wynne, founder of Rescognito makes presentation at ESIP (Earth Science Information Partners) summer conference. Starting at about 23 minutes: https://youtu.be/S8YYu3Irxdo
July 2020 - DataCite DOI support added to Rescognito. This means DatCite DOIs can be appended to the Rescognito URL to display recognition and assertion checklists. See an example for a Dryad dataset:
April 2020 - Rescognito adds "Institutional Views" for selected organizations. See examples: : PLOS: https://rescognito.com/03bdvdc06 F1000: https://rescognito.com/019tc7185 and ESIP: https://rescognito.com/03q5xa910
March 2020 - ESIP (Earth Science Information Partners) begins deploying Rescognito for recognition of committee contributions. See representative examples: https://rescognito.com/0000-0002-1157-2798 and https://rescognito.com/0000-0002-6797-7903
January 2020 - Richard Wynne, founder of Rescognito gives presentation at Pidapalooza 2020 (Jan 28-30, 2020 – Lisbon, Portugal - https://www.pidapalooza.org/schedule
December 2019 -Rescognito adds Checklist recognition functionality (https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/new-tools-research-quality-gatekeepers-adding-checklists-wynne/")
October 2019 - Richard Wynne, founder of Rescognito, online presentation: "Structured Recognition via Rescognito and ORCID". See the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RGf2g8DmDY
September 2019 - Richard Wynne, founder of Rescognito, presenting at Transforming Research Conference. See video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4j7vTrwq3YU&t=4431s (starting at approximately 1hour 13 mins). – September 2019
July 2019 ORCID blog posting about Rescognito
June 2019 - White Paper about measuring research impact
June 2019 - Rescognito Beta Launched