Curation and Policy Issues in Collaborative Research Data Management Communities: Perspectives from Key Stakeholders
data curation, data policy, key stakeholders, repositories, research data management community
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The explosion of scientific data in recent years has resulted in the need to compile, store and globally share this research information with the multi-disciplinary communities of science. This has resulted in research data management communities that are responsible for curating data within institutional repositories. This panel is sponsored by the SIG Scientific and Technical Information to initiate a discussion addressing data curation issues as they pertain to collaborative research data management communities within the current institutional research environment from the perspective of key stakeholders. The panel objective encompasses an examination of contemporary curation practices and data management policy issues that impact the initiation and implementation of research data management plans for scientific researchers. In addition it will explore the role that institutional repositories play in the extraction, preservation, and storage of research data while providing access to data sharing in the global scientific research communities. The panel will be comprised of key institutional stakeholders, which include university administrators, information professionals, and research scientists.
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Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, v. 51, issue 1, art. 24
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Luesebrink, Michael; Huang, Hong; Bogdan, Kristin; Salo, Dorothea; Thomas, Charles; West, Jevin; and Wilson, Lizabeth, "Curation and Policy Issues in Collaborative Research Data Management Communities: Perspectives from Key Stakeholders" (2014). School of Information Faculty Publications. 349.