Dr Sandra CollinsDirector, Digital Repository of IrelandRoyal Irish Academy
…digital manifestations of literature (including text, sound, stillimages, moving images, models, games, or simulations), ...
RationaleChristine L. Borgman - JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR INFORMATIONSCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 63(6):1059–1078, Ju...
Lack of credit, citationLabour involvedRisk of misuse or misinterpretationControl of IP, copyrightData protection (humans,...
Peer reviewed data plans in grantsAllowable costsData citation, PIDsMetrics for career progression, fundingTrainingSustain...
Peer reviewed data plans in grantsAllowable costsData citation, PIDsMetrics for career progression, fundingTrainingSustain...
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Introduction to the work of the Digital Repository of Ireland, and discussion of the pros and cons of sharing data, and open access. Delivered at the Royal Irish Academy on 7 May 2013, as part of the Open Access to Humanities Data symposium.

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Sandra collins #OAdata 7 May 2013

  1. 1. Dr Sandra CollinsDirector, Digital Repository of IrelandRoyal Irish Academy
  2. 2. …digital manifestations of literature (including text, sound, stillimages, moving images, models, games, or simulations), itrefers as well to forms of data and databases that generallyrequire the assistance of computational machinery and softwarein order to be useful, such as various types of laboratory dataincluding spectrographic, genomic sequencing, and electronmicroscopy data; observational data, such as remote sensing,geospatial, and socioeconomic data; and other forms of dataeither generated or compiled, by humans or machines.What is Data?Uhlir, P.F., & Cohen, D. (2011). Board on Research Data and Information, Policy andGlobal Affairs Division, National Academy of Sciences.
  3. 3. RationaleChristine L. Borgman - JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR INFORMATIONSCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 63(6):1059–1078, June 2012, DOI: 10.1002/asi
  4. 4. Lack of credit, citationLabour involvedRisk of misuse or misinterpretationControl of IP, copyrightData protection (humans, endangered species)Lack of demandLack of incentive in career progression, fundingReasons for Not Sharing
  5. 5. Peer reviewed data plans in grantsAllowable costsData citation, PIDsMetrics for career progression, fundingTrainingSustained e-infrastructureCopyright, IPR, licensing, data protection, embargoesPolicy, Services, Systems → PracticeChange Practice
  6. 6. Peer reviewed data plans in grantsAllowable costsData citation, PIDsMetrics for career progression, fundingTrainingSustained e-infrastructureCopyright, IPR, licensing, data protection, embargoesPolicy, Services, Systems → PracticeChange Practice

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