[eIFLoa] Fwd: [SPARC-OpenData] new guidance web pages on research data management & sharing
iryna.kuchma at eifl.net
Mon Sep 14 12:28:13 EEST 2009
Amount of scientific data is growing every year. Access, use and curation of
large data sets are becoming increasingly important. Ensuring open access to
the data behind the research literature will help to build a scholarly
communication system that supports the needs of researchers. As Open Data
moves to the forefront of scholarly communication, librarians,
administrators, and researchers have to considere new access policies for
data and data curation issues. Raising awareness and understanding of data
issues amongst researchers, providing archiving and preservation services
for datasets, and developing a new professional strand of practice - data
librarianship are key challenges for the library and information science
with apologies for cross-posting
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From: Robin Rice <rice at staffmail.ed.ac.uk>
Date: 12 вер. 2009 18:58
Subject: [SPARC-OpenData] new guidance web pages on research data management
To: SPARC-OpenData <SPARC-OpenData at arl.org>
I thought list members might be interested in a new set of web pages written
as guidance for university researchers on research data management &
sharing, published as part of a re-launched University of Edinburgh
Information Services website.
If you have any specific comments or suggestions you can send them to me.
EDINA and Data Library
University of Edinburgh
R.Rice at ed.ac.uk
0131 651 1317 (M, W, F)
0131 651 1431 (T, Th)
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