AAU-APLU Public Access Working Group Report and Recommendations | Association of American Universities

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The Association of American Universities (AAU) and Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) today released a report that details actions universities and federal agencies can take to ensure public access to federally-sponsored research data. 

“Ensuring that research data are more accessible clearly has tremendous potential to fuel scientific analysis and discovery by making data more open to scrutiny, re-analysis, and extension,” the report says. "By committing to a set of shared principles and minimal levels of standardization across institutions and agencies, we can help minimize costs, enhance interoperability between institutions and disciplines, and maximize the control institutions can exert over how they ensure access to publicly funded scholarship.” 

Lisa Lynch, Provost at Brandeis University and Sarah Nusser, Vice President for Research at Iowa State University, co-chaired the AAU-APLU Public Access Working Group. Other members of the working group included provosts, vice presidents for research, chief information officers, library representatives, and compliance officers from AAU and APLU universities."



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Date tagged:

11/30/2017, 17:00

Date published:

11/30/2017, 12:00