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Presentation by Joan Starr at Columbia University Research Data Symposium, Feb. 27, 2013

Presentation by Joan Starr at Columbia University Research Data Symposium, Feb. 27, 2013

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  • But first a very brief context setting.Serving the 10 UC campuses226,000 students 134,000 faculty and staff
  • What is a data management plan?A document that describes what you will do with your data duringandafter you complete your researchThe DMPTool“walks” scientists through the process of developing a concise, but comprehensive data management plan that could enable good stewardship of data and meet requirements of sponsors and home institutions.Partners: University of Virginia Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, and DataONE, UCLA, UCSDThe California Digital Library and its partners were awarded a $590,000 grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to fund further development of the popular Data Management Planning Tool in 2013.  The bulk of the grant will go to the UC Curation Center (UC3) at the CDL to fund improvements to the DMPTool including expanded functionality, training modules, documentation and the creation of an open-source community to sustain the DMPTool in the future.  Project partners are the University of Virginia Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, and DataONE
  • supplemental grant in the worksGot 2012 Digital Preservation Award recognition from Library of Congress
  • My colleague,Carly Strasser, the Service Manager for DataUp, spoke to about 200 researchers and these trends held.Key findings: No data preservationUnaware of archivesResistant to sharingPoor data documentation

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  • Supportingthe Research Data Life Cycle Joan Starr @joan_starr University of California Curation Center California Digital Library Columbia Research Data Symposium
  • Partnership between CDL | 10 UC campuses | Peer institutionsProvide solutions, services, resources for digital assetsPool & distribute diverse experience, expertise, & resources Columbia Research Data Symposium
  • A life cycle approach Create, edit, share, and save data management plans Create and manage plan long-term identifiers Open source add-in & Web app for manageMicrosoft Excel as a data collection tool share collect Collect, manage, preserve and publish websites and documents Curation repository:store, manage, and share research data Open Access publishing services / dynamic research platform Columbia Research Data Symposium
  • A life cycle approach Create, edit, share, and save data management plans Create and manage plan long-term identifiers Open source add-in & Web app forMicrosoft Excel as a data collection tool Collect, manage, preserve and publish websites and documents Curation repository:store, manage, and share research data Open Access publishing services / dynamic research platform Columbia Research Data Symposium
  • DMPTool Meeting funding agencies data management plan requirements• Connect researchers to resources to create a data management plan• NSF and directorates, NIH, NEH, IMLS, foundations plus• Customizable Primary Functions 1. Step-by-step “wizard” 2. Templates and examples 3. Links to institutional resources and agency information 4. Plan publication and sharing Data Curation for Practitioners Workshop
  • DMP Tool: https://dmp.cdlib.org/ Usage 3500 600 Number of Plans (solid) & Unique Users (dashed) 3000 500 2500 400 Number of Institutions 2000 300 1500 Unique Users 200 1000 Plans Institutions 100 500 0 0 Oct-11 Dec-11 Feb-12 Apr-12 Jun-12 Aug-12 Data Curation for Practitioners Workshop
  • @ezidCDL EZID Long term identifiers made easy• Precise identification of a dataset (DOI or ARK)• Credit to data producers and data publishers• A link from the traditional literature to the data• Exposure and research metrics for datasets (Web of Knowledge, Google) Primary Functions 1. Create long term identifiers 2. Manage identifiers (and associated metadata) over time 3. Resolve identifiers Columbia Research Data Symposium
  • EZID: http://n2t.net/ezid EZID in action Columbia Research Data Symposium
  • EZID: http://n2t.net/ezid EZID in action Columbia Research Data Symposium
  • A life cycle approach Create, edit, share, and save data management plans Create and manage long-term identifiers Open source add-in & Web app forMicrosoft Excel as a data collection tool collect Collect, manage, preserve and publish websites and documents Curation repository:store, manage, and share research data Open Access publishing services / dynamic research platform Columbia Research Data Symposium
  • @DataUpCDL DataUp Collect, share, archive, publish dataPrimary Functions1. An Excel 1) add-in & 2) cloud application2. Document data3. Check for good data practices3. Obtain identifier and citation4. Archive and share Columbia Research Data Symposium
  • DataUp: http://dataup.cdlib.org/ Researchers: How Frequently Do You Use Excel? 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 5 Every day 50% 4 … 40% 3 2 30% Rarely 1 20% 55 Respondents 10% 0% Undergrad Masters PhD grad postdoc Masters sci PhD sci grad stud stud Carly Strasser, CDL Columbia Research Data Symposium
  • Web Archiving Service (WAS) • ARCHIVE institution websites • BUILD collections for research • CAPTURE political and social events • SAVE at-risk government websites Primary Functions 1. Capture 2. Manage 3. Preserve 4. Publish Columbia Research Data Symposium
  • WAS: http://webarchives.cdlib.org/ WAS Snapshot 54 public archives 120+ archives total 7,500+ sites 50+ TB 23 institutions Columbia Research Data Symposium
  • A life cycle approach plan collect manage share Columbia Research Data Symposium
  • For more informationUC3 Data Management Planning Resources http://www.cdlib.org/services/uc3/dmp/index.htmlTwitter: @ezidCDL and @DataUpCDLEmail: uc3@ucop.edu; washelp@ucop.eduHow to find me:Twitter: @joan_starrEmail: joan.starr@ucop.edu Columbia Research Data Symposium