DISC-UK DataShare Project Final Report

13 mai 2009

Publié le 14 août 2011, par Thérèse Hameau

“...The project’s overall aim was to contribute to new models, workflows and tools for academic data sharing within a complex and dynamic information environment which includes increased emphasis on stewardship of institutional knowledge assets of all types ; new technologies to enhance e-
Research ; new research council policies and mandates ; and the growth of the Open Access / Open Data movement.
Key conclusions were that 1) Data management motivation is a better bottom-up driver for
researchers than data sharing but is not sufficient to create culture change, 2) Data librarians, data
managers and data scientists can help bridge communication between repository managers &
researchers, and 3) IRs can improve impact of sharing data over the internet.”

Le rapport