Research Data Curation Bibliography / Version 9

Charles W. Bailey, Jr., 4/18/2018

Publié le 26 avril 2018, par Thérèse Hameau

« The Research Data Curation Bibliography includes over 750 selected English-language articles, books, and technical reports that are useful in understanding the curation of digital research data in academic and other research institutions.

The "digital curation" concept is still evolving. In "Digital Curation and Trusted Repositories : Steps toward Success," Christopher A. Lee and Helen R. Tibbo define digital curation as follows :

Digital curation involves selection and appraisal by creators and archivists ; evolving provision of intellectual access ; redundant storage ; data transformations ; and, for some materials, a commitment to long-term preservation. Digital curation is stewardship that provides for the reproducibility and re-use of authentic digital data and other digital assets. Development of trustworthy and durable digital repositories ; principles of sound metadata creation and capture ; use of open standards for file formats and data encoding ; and the promotion of information management literacy are all essential to the longevity of digital resources and the success of curation efforts.

The Research Data Curation Bibliography covers topics such as research data creation, acquisition, metadata, provenance, repositories, management, policies, support services, funding agency requirements, open access, peer review, publication, citation, sharing, reuse, and preservation.

This bibliography does not cover digital media works (such as MP3 files), editorials, e-mail messages, interviews, letters to the editor, presentation slides or transcripts, unpublished e-prints, or weblog postings. Coverage of conference papers and technical reports is very selective.

Most sources have been published from January 2009 through December 2017 ; however, a limited number of earlier key sources are also included. The bibliography has links to included works. Such links, even to publisher versions and versions in disciplinary archives and institutional repositories, are subject to change. URLs may alter without warning (or automatic forwarding) or they may disappear altogether. Where possible, this bibliography uses Digital Object Identifier System (DOI) URLs. Publisher systems may have temporary DOI resolution problems.

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