Title

Developing and Implementing an Online Research Data Repository for Your University or College Campus

Location

KIPJ Theatre

Session Type

Concurrent Session

Start Date

2-5-2017 1:00 PM

End Date

2-5-2017 1:45 PM

Keywords

Research Data Repository, Data Management, Open Data, Federal Grant Compliance, Dataverse, Texas State University, Open Educational Resources

Abstract

Data-driven research is becoming increasingly important on university and college campuses. Most US federal and many international granting agencies mandatorily require that researchers applying for public grants possess a data management plan and make their research and data publically available through online access. This presentation overviews online research data repositories and implementation strategies for university and college campus libraries. The presentation pragmatically surveys this newer technology landscape and how organizations can begin to think about and implement an online data research repository. This session will survey the landscape but also makes use of practical example from Texas State University and the Texas Data Repository, a large state consortial data repository customizing and utilizing Harvard's open source Dataverse infrastructure.

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May 2nd, 1:00 PM May 2nd, 1:45 PM

Developing and Implementing an Online Research Data Repository for Your University or College Campus

KIPJ Theatre

Data-driven research is becoming increasingly important on university and college campuses. Most US federal and many international granting agencies mandatorily require that researchers applying for public grants possess a data management plan and make their research and data publically available through online access. This presentation overviews online research data repositories and implementation strategies for university and college campus libraries. The presentation pragmatically surveys this newer technology landscape and how organizations can begin to think about and implement an online data research repository. This session will survey the landscape but also makes use of practical example from Texas State University and the Texas Data Repository, a large state consortial data repository customizing and utilizing Harvard's open source Dataverse infrastructure.