Researchers use government data in their work, the data derived from the research of others, and also produce data as part of their research processes. Generally, but not always, university based research is publicly funded; however there are few opportunities to re-disseminate these publicly funded data back to the public and to other researchers. Publicly funded research data are not managed nor preserved during the course of academic research and not once a research project is completed, furthermore there is uneven access to government produced data. This conversation session will therefore explore some of these issues by examining research practices at the GCRC and other community based organizations.
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