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Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Az Adatdokumentációs Kezdeményezés 7. éves európai konferenciája


EDDI15 – 7th Annual European DDI User Conference


Statistics Denmark (DST) and DDA/National Archive of Denmark

December 2, 2015 – December 3, 2015

Helyszín:
Royal School of Library and Information Science
University of Copenhagen

Jelentkezés szeptember 25.-től
Forrás: http://www.eddi-conferences.eu/ocs/index.php/eddi/eddi15

Szintén témába vágó hír Kate Lancetól a GSDI Legal and Socioecon szakbizottság bárki által elérhető levelezési fórumán egy 2016-ban megjelenő "Curating Research Data: Practical Strategies for Your Digital Repository" könyvről,  melynek lesz online kiadása is. Kiadó: ACRL [Association of College & Research Libraries]. 
A kiadvány három témakört tárgyal várhatóan a következő mélységben:


"Part 1: Setting the stage for data curation at your institution. 
This section will describe the needed environment from which to launch and sustain data curation services. Many factors that precede and/or influence data curation practice are explored. Theory-based book chapters (2000-5000 words) are sought in the following areas:
·        Institutional and/or funder policies in support of data curation efforts.
·        Coordination of data services with other campus units.
·        Data management guidance on how to create/collect data that facilitates sharing and long-term reuse.
·        Data repository software and technology implementation: review of potential options or case studies of implementation.
·        Financial and business models for paying for the costs of data curation.
·        Understanding the disciplinary differences in data reuse: philosophies of sharing or not sharing amongst researchers.

Part 2: Data Curation Handbook: Procedures and Techniques. 
This section will focus on practical approaches for curating data. The chapters will follow the data curation life-cycle and sequentially detail the approaches, tools and techniques used by data curators for ingesting, accessioning, describing, providing standard metadata, transforming, contextualizing, disseminating, licensing and preserving digital research data. Practical, essay-length case studies (approx. 200-1000 words) are solicited that describe a firsthand approach or tool used by the author(s). Multiple submissions by are encouraged. Possible topics include:
·        Recruitment strategies for your curation service
·        Collection policies for data repositories
·        Tools to inventory and evaluate the content of submission (e.g., format validation tools, virus check, file analyzer, etc.)
·        Risk factors for data archives (e.g., Detecting PII, HIPAA, and other sensitive information
·        Data ownership issues (e.g., dealing with proprietary data and copyrighted information)
·        Ingesting “big” data into your repository: approaches that work for ingest and dissemination of large (>1TB) data files
·        Copyright and data: how trademarks, licenses, patents or other tools impact data curation
·        Dealing with human subjects data (e.g., IRB agreements, PII, HIPAA, etc.) and how to determine the right approach for curation (e.g., deidentification, enclave, etc.)
·        Restrictions on data sharing (e.g., embargo, request a copy)
·        Deposit, ingest, and curation practices in disciplinary-specific data archives
·        Data documentation methods and techniques
·        Applying metadata standards for disciplinary data
·        Archival considerations for research data (e.g., original file structures, last modified dates, file names, etc.)
·        Long-term considerations for data file formats (e.g., proprietary files formats such as Microsoft Excel)
·        Examples of visualization tools in a data repository context
·        Dissemination services for research data, such as full-text indexing, ORCIDs, persistent identifiers (e.g., DOIs, PURLs, handles, etc.), linked data, funder IDs (Fundref) or others
·        Policies and techniques to facilitate data citation best practices
·        Managing end-users of data: Download and reuse tracking, Terms of Use or reuse-agreements
·        Managing data authors: Handling take down requests, linking to future publications that use the data, versioning issues
·        Techniques for the active preservation of data files in a range of formats

Part 3: Ethical and Appropriate Reuse of Data. 
This section explores the goals and outcomes of the final step in the data curation life-cycle: reuse. Theory-based book chapters (2000-5000 words) are sought in the following areas:
·        Analytics for how data reuse is tracked and interpreted (e.g., download statistics, altmetrics, publication citations, etc.).
·        The role of creative commons, public domain dedication and open data licenses for research data.
·        Quality measures for data (e.g., peer-review, user feedback, rating systems, etc).
·        Data derivatives: Creating subsets, compilations, transformations, and mashups of data from existing repositories.
·        Data as a publication: current trends and perspectives.
·        When should data “die”? Issues for data retention schedules and deaccessioning.
·        The current state of linked data repositories (e.g., SHARE notification system, the National Data Service, others)."
A forrás (Legal-Socioecon mailing list) elérhetősége:
Legal-Socioecon@lists.gsdi.org
http://lists.gsdi.org/mailman/listinfo/legal-socioecon

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