Emerging Good Practice in Managing Research Data and Research Information within UK Universities

Joy Davidson, Sarah Jones, Laura Molloy, Ulla Bøgvad Kejser

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    Sound data intensive science depends upon effective research data and information management. Efficient and interoperable research information systems will be crucial for enabling and exploiting data intensive research however it is equally important that a research ecosystem is cultivated within research-intensive institutions that foster sustainable communication, cooperation and support of a diverse range of research-related staff. Researchers, librarians, administrators, ethics advisors, and IT professionals all have a vital contribution to make in ensuring that research data and related information is available, visible, understandable and usable over the mid to long term. This paper will provide a summary of several ongoing initiatives that the Jisc-funded Digital Curation Centre (DCC) are currently involved with in the UK and internationally to help staff within higher education institutions prepare to meet funding body mandates relating to research data management and sharing and to engage fully in the digital agenda.
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalProcedia Computer Science
    Pages (from-to)215-222
    Number of pages8
    Publication statusPublished - 2014


    • research data management;

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