CARL and Portage Response to “Data Repository Selection: Criteria That Matter” - Canadian Association of Research Libraries

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Summary:

"The Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) and the Portage Network (Portage) would like to express concerns about the Data Repository Selection: Criteria That Matter, recently proposed through the FAIR Sharing initiative. The proposed approach, developed primarily by a group of publishers, will have a negative effect on the development of Canada’s national infrastructure, on research equity, and on the rights of marginalized and under-served communities to fully participate in the scientific process.

Canada, like many other countries, is developing national infrastructure and services for research data management – including national, institutional and domain data repositories – that will support comprehensive research data management in this country. This is demonstrated, for instance, through the launch of Dataverse Canada1, and the  development of the Federated Research Data Repository2.

We have several concerns about the data repository selection criteria:..."

Link:

https://www.carl-abrc.ca/news/carl-portage-response-to-data-repository-selection-criteria-that-matter/?cn-reloaded=1

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Tags:

oa.new oa.carl oa.portage oa.canada oa.repositories oa.green oa.objections oa.debates oa.infrastructure oa.publishers

Date tagged:

01/26/2021, 12:39

Date published:

01/26/2021, 07:41