Advancing data publishing : California Digital Library & Dryad announce partnership

Publié le 7 juin 2018, par Thérèse Hameau

« University of California’s California Digital Library (CDL) and Dryad Digital Repository are formally partnering to address researcher needs and lead an open, community-supported initiative in research data curation and publishing. This partnership is aimed at driving adoption of curated, accessible data publishing in the research community and will leverage the capabilities of both institutions and publishers to better align data publishing within researcher workflows.


Dr. Theodora Bloom, Executive Editor of The BMJ and former member of the Dryad board notes : "The partnership between CDL and Dryad brings together two important innovators in the handling of research data. By connecting publishers, institutions, data repositories and researchers, CDL and Dryad will be well placed to drive the wide adoption of the data management practices that institutions and funders want to see."

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