Manage locally, discover (inter-)nationally: research data management lessons from Australia at OR2012 : Managing Research Data Programme 2012-08-26


Use the link to learn more about  data management projects  in Australia.  “What to keep and why; how to support research data management through the lifecyle; and how to make the data citable, discoverable and reusable: these are core questions in research data management.  They are questions with both human and technical aspects.  These are the issues which Exeter is addressing through advocacy and training, its draft RDM policy and plans for a sustainable service; and which Oxford is seeking to tackle through DataFinder and ‘just enough metadata’.  With a sizeable national investment and an impressive coordinated approach, Australia – in the form of the Australian National Data Service and a host of institutional projects – is providing useful examples of how these questions may be answered...”


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Date tagged:

08/26/2012, 09:34

Date published:

08/26/2012, 05:34