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Presentation for IASSIST 38th Annual Conference, Washington DC, June 8, 2012

Presentation for IASSIST 38th Annual Conference, Washington DC, June 8, 2012

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Archives as a market regulator, or how can archives connect supply and demand? Archives as a market regulator, or how can archives connect supply and demand? Presentation Transcript

  • Archives as a market regulator, or how can archives connect supply and demand? Laurence Horton, Alexia Katsanidou International Data Infrastructures GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences Data Archive for the Social SciencesThis work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported
  • Abstract • The data sharing movement • Why researchers don’t want share • What’s the point of archives? • How our training center will SHOCK the world
  • The data sharing movement
  • The European Commission view“Taxpayers have alreadypaid for this information,the least we can do is giveit back to those that wantto use it new ways” “Your data is worth more if you give it away” European Commissioner for Digital Agenda NeelieKroes
  • United States of America
  • United Kingdom
  • Federal Republic of Germany
  • Objections to sharing I• Why me? – Surely my data isn’t interesting to anyone but me• See it through my eyes – How can you reuse data for a different research question?
  • Objections to sharing II• What’s in it for me? – Why should I miss out on the Nobel prize?• Duty of care – I have to protect my participants.
  • The data management environment • Mostly sticks and few carrots • We need more carrotsImage licensed under IWM Non-Commercial Licencehttp://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/29038
  • The role of data archives Data Data Datacreators archives reuse
  • The role of data archives Source: Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images Europe
  • Promoting reuse: cognition vs. emotion “Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all”
  • Promoting reuse Data reuse Arguments for: Arguments against:“cold” cognition “hot” emotion• Intellectually conscious • Instinctive• Controlled • Impulsive• Based on explicit learning • Reactive Data reuse
  • Just DOI it…and other things• Investing in tools to support data citation so researchers get credit• Promoting data to get data discovered• Promoting data repurposing• Emphasizing and investing in archives as safe storage and dissemination services
  • The researcher’s greatest fear The only …our thing we publications have fear and data being is… ignored
  • The inevitable research data lifecycle slide
  • Activities• workshops on data management and archiving topics: – data management planning – data sharing – best practice on consent for reuse, copyright and use of existing data, confidentiality and anonymization, documentation and data enhancement, methods of data sharing, file formats, physical and digital storage – long-term archiving and preservation, data dissemination and security, licensing data for use, managing access systems, format migration and verification
  • Our audiences• principal investigators who plan data management and are responsible for oversight• researchers who implement data management• individual researchers to maximize the utility of data• data archivists responsible for digital curation, enhancement, and long-term preservation
  • Website
  • Workshop
  • DASISH
  • Thank youArchive Training CenterGESIS Leibniz Institute for Social SciencesUnterSachsenhausen 6-850667 CologneGERMANYEmail: archive.training@gesis.orgTwitter: @GesisIDIWebsite:http://www.gesis.org/archive-and-data-management- training-and-information-centre