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Thursday
Oct 20th, 2011
8:00 AM - 8:50 AM
Meeting Room 107A/B
Eastern Time
Data management is the foundation for scholarly research. Publishers and funding agencies are increasingly requiring researchers to share their data. Having a data management plan fulfills federal agency requirements and makes it easier to use, but what are the issues to be addressed by data management plans? Who are the stakeholders? What are the costs? The key is the development of policies and processes for access, sharing, and preservation, including provisions for the appropriate protection of privacy, confidentiality, security, and intellectual property. Join our panelists in discussing the development, funding, and operation of data management plans.
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#E11_SESS057 from afar US schools too independent - reinventing wheel. Look to uk and aus #iassist data

#E11_SESS057 "We need data specialists" look to icpsr and iassist who have been doing this for a long time #iassistdata

#E11_SESS057 data at educause #iassistdata

#E11_SESS057 nsf does not require archiving - which implies no preservation. speak up librarians. #iassistdata


Comments

#E11_SESS057 from afar US schools too independent - reinventing wheel. Look to uk and aus #iassist data

#E11_SESS057 "We need data specialists" look to icpsr and iassist who have been doing this for a long time #iassistdata

#E11_SESS057 data at educause #iassistdata

#E11_SESS057 nsf does not require archiving - which implies no preservation. speak up librarians. #iassistdata