Library Tools Supporting Data-Rich Research 31 January 2013 University of California Curation Center California Digital Library
The research data problem• Journal article • Research data – Uniquely and persistently – Nope identified – Concept of “publish” – Not really – Multiple copies – Typically one – Easily findable – Difficult – Services: impact metrics, – Nope citation tracking, etc. Research data is seen as a second- class citizen in the scholarly record.
Where can libraries make a difference? Research & Scholarship Lifecycle Research Save Collect Create Knowledge Share Publish
Collect > Publish > Share > Save > Research Create, edit, share, and save data management plans Open source curation add-in for Microsoft Excel Capture today’s web; build tomorrow’s archives
Collect >Publish > Share > Save > Research Create and manage persistent identifiers: ARKs, DOIs, etc.An infrastructure to publish and get credit for sharing research data
Collect > Publish >Share > Save > ResearchCuration repository: store, manage, preserve, and share research data Open deposit, open access repository for spreadsheet dataData Observation Network for Earth
Collect > Publish > Share > Save >ResearchWhat’s missing to complete the “incentive” circuit?• Impact measures, citation tracking “Connecting the data to the research it informs”Altmetrics tools to measure non- traditional products and uses , , etc.
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