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Presentation given during TICER Summer School on digital libraries 2012. Why research data are important; potential roles for libraries, where to start; recommendations.

Presentation given during TICER Summer School on digital libraries 2012. Why research data are important; potential roles for libraries, where to start; recommendations.

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  • 1. How „bout us?Libraries and research data management
  • 2. Tilburg University• Founded in 1927• Fully accredited as research universitySpecialized in Students• Economics 13.153 total students• Business 1.050 int. students• Law 97 354 nationalities PhD students• Social Sciences• Psychology Programmes• Humanities 24 Bachelor 51 Master• Theology 36 in English Understanding Society
  • 3. library:learning centre, service desk and … books
  • 4. Research data are important 4
  • 5. The Data Deluge (2003) Libraries and research data management TICER 2012 5
  • 6. The Fourth Paradigm (2009)Thousand years ago: empiricalLast few hundred years: theoreticalLast few decades: computationalToday: data exploration (eScience) Libraries and research data management TICER 2012 6
  • 7. And numerous others … Libraries and research data management TICER 2012 7
  • 8. Riding The Wave, October 2010Our vision is a scientific e-infrastructure thatsupports seamless access,use, re-use, and trust of data. Libraries and research data management TICER 2012 8
  • 9. A Surfboard For Riding The Wave, November 2011We identified four key drivers:• incentives and• training in relation to researchers in their role as data producers and users of information infrastructures• infrastructure and• funding of the infrastructure in relation to further developments in data logistics. Libraries and research data management TICER 2012 9
  • 10. ODE: Opportunities for Data Exchange 1/3 Libraries and research data management TICER 2012 10
  • 11. ODE: Opportunities for Data Exchange 2/3“In citing data, there are however some unique considerations, due to theparticular properties of datasets. Examples of this are:”• granularity• versioning• location of the data• acknowledging creators Libraries and research data management TICER 2012 11
  • 12. ODE: Opportunities for Data Exchange 3/3The ODE report “Integration of Data and Publication” (Reilly et al 2011)concluded that these six criteria are key to ensuring the long term successof linking data effectively to publications:• availability• findability• interpretability and re-usability• citability• curation• preservation Libraries and research data management TICER 2012 12
  • 13. Royal Society: Science as an Open Enterprise, 1Data must be• readily located• accessible• intelligible• assessable• usable by othersFor data to meet these requirements it must be supported byexplanatory metadata (data about data).> 10 recommendations Libraries and research data management TICER 2012 13
  • 14. Royal Society: Science as an Open Enterprise, 2Success (…) will come from six changes:1. a shift away from a research culture where data is viewed as a private preserve2. credit for useful data communication and novel ways of collaborating3. the development of common standards for communicating data4. mandating intelligent openness for data relevant to published scientific papers5. data scientists6. new software tools Libraries and research data management TICER 2012 14
  • 15. Royal Society: Science as an Open Enterprise, 3We are now on the brink of anachievable aim: for all scienceliterature to be online, for all of thedata to be online and for the two tobe interoperable.The cost of data curation to exactingstandards is often demonstrablysmaller than the costs of collectingfurther or new data.Not only is open science ofteneffective in stimulating scientificdiscovery, it may also help to deter,detect and stamp out bad science. Libraries and research data management TICER 2012 15
  • 16. Research data lifecycle & library roles 16
  • 17. Data management overview (ANDS) Libraries and research data management TICER 2012 17
  • 18. Research data lifecycle Libraries and research data management TICER 2012 18
  • 19. What researchers want• Solutions for storage and preservation (two distinct issues).• Tools and services must be in tune with researchers‟ workflows.• Researchers favour a „cafeteria‟ model for services.• Tools and services must be easy to use.• Disciplinary differences must be taken into account.• Researchers resist top-down and/or mandatory schemes.• Researchers must be in control of what happens to their data.• Researchers expect tools and services to support their research (not public requirements).• The benefits of the support must be clearly visible – not in three years‟ time, but now.• Support must be local, hands-on, and available when needed. Libraries and research data management TICER 2012 19
  • 20. Summary: potential roles for libraries Libraries and research data management TICER 2012 20
  • 21. Where to start? 21
  • 22. Help yourself pages (MIT) Titelpresentatie in Footer 18-10-2012 22
  • 23. Data management plan, keep it simple5 paragraphs• Types of data produced• Data and metadata standards• Policies for access and sharing• Policies for re-use, distribution• Plans for archiving and preservation Libraries and research data management TICER 2012 23
  • 24. Data management plan Libraries and research data management TICER 2012 24
  • 25. Legal issues, KE study Libraries and research data management TICER 2012 25
  • 26. Legal issues, guide (SURF) Libraries and research data management 26
  • 27. Legal issues, guide (SURF) Libraries and research data management 27
  • 28. Partners, services Libraries and research data management TICER 2012 28
  • 29. Re-skill Data skills gap (subject librarians) 50 45 40 35 % essential 30 25 20 15 10 Now 5 2-5 Years 0 Advise on ... Research Libraries UK, Mary Auckland: Re-skilling for Research, January 2012 Libraries and research data management TICER 2012 29
  • 30. A pragmatic approach to research data managementBe selectiveResearchers are professionals: offer DIY (Do It Yourself)Don‟t re-invent the wheelKeep it simpleWork with existing partners, services, toolsRe-skill Libraries and research data management TICER 2012 30
  • 31. Data management services @ TiU 31
  • 32. TiU & research data management, 11. Archive research data and supplementary materials2. Register data sources used and provenance Dataset available ! information3. Assist with dataset description to improve accessibility of datasets4. Integrated library and data catalogue5. Subject portals e.g. ‘European Values Study’ DDI and RDF in metadata record (hidden)6. Financial Data Support 18-10-2012 32
  • 33. TiU & research data management, 11. Archive research data and supplementary materials2. Register data sources used and provenance Dataset available ! information3. Assist with dataset description to improve accessibility of datasets4. Integrated library and data catalogue5. Subject portals e.g. ‘European Values Study’ DDI and RDF in metadata record (hidden)6. Financial Data Support 18-10-2012 33
  • 34. TiU & research data management, 2Service components Access controlAccessibility Embargos Datacatalogue using • DVNRegistering • DDI • (doi) Dataverse Network (Harvard, Utrecht) DANS/EasyArchiving CentERdata (a.o. LISS) GESIS (EVS) Libraries and research data management TICER 2012 34
  • 35. 10 Recommendations 35
  • 36. LIBER working group on E-Science 1/5• Established 2010• Focussed on research data (roles for libraries)• 3 Workshops• 10 recommendationsMarc van den Berg Director of Library and IT Services, Tilburg UniversityBirte Christensen-Dalsgaard (ch) Deputy Director General and Head of Information Technology Services, Danish National LibraryRob Grim Head of Research Support and Data Librarian, Tilburg UniversityWolfram Horstmann Associate Director, Digital Library Programmes and IT, Bodleian Libraries, University of OxfordDafne Jansen Project Manager R&D, Utrecht University LibraryTom Pollard (former) Datasets Outreach Officer, The British LibraryAnnikki Roos Library Director, University of Helsinki Libraries and research data management TICER 2012 36
  • 37. 10 RecommendationsLIBER Recommendation TICER Offer research data management support, including data management plans for grant applications, intellectual property rights 1 advice and information materials. Assist faculty with data management plans and the integration of data management into the 2 curriculum. 2 Engage in the development of metadata and data standards and provide metadata services for research data. 5 3 Create Data Librarian posts and develop professional staff skills for data librarianship. 3 Actively participate in institutional research data policy development, including resource plans. Encourage and adopt open data 4 policies where appropriate in the research data lifecycle. 4 Liaise and partner with researchers, research groups, data archives and data centers to foster an interoperable infrastructure for 5 data access, discovery and data sharing. 1 6 Support the lifecycle for research data by providing services for storage, discovery and permanent access. 6 7 Promote research data citation by applying persistent identifiers to research data. 7 8 Provide an institutional Data Catalogue or Data Repository, depending on available infrastructure. 8 9 Get involved in subject specific data management practice. 9 Offer or mediate secure storage for dynamic and static research data in co-operation with institutional IT units and/or seek10 exploitation of appropriate cloud services. 10 Libraries and research data management TICER 2012
  • 38. References 38
  • 39. ReferencesANDS datamanagement overview http://ands.org.au/datamanagement/overview.htmlDANS Data Management Plan http://www.dans.knaw.nl/sites/default/files/file/Datamanagementplan%20NL%281%29.pdfDataOne: Data Management Plan Tool https://dmp.cdlib.org/DDI-lifecycle http://www.ddialliance.org/Specification/DDI-Lifecycle/#understandingEU: Riding The Wave http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/e-infrastructure/docs/hlg-sdi-report.pdfHelp Yourself (MIT) http://libraries.mit.edu/guides/subjects/data-management/Implementing DOIs for Research Data http://www.dlib.org/dlib/may12/simons/05simons.html#25KE: Report on the Legal Status of Research Data http://www.knowledge-exchange.info/Default.aspx?ID=461KE: A SURFboard for riding the wave http://www.knowledge-exchange.info/Default.aspx?ID=469LIBER, Ten recommendations for libraries to get started with http://www.libereurope.eu/news/ten-recommendations-for-libraries-to-get-started-with-research-data-research data management managementODE, Report on Best Practices for Citability of Data and on Evolving http://www.alliancepermanentaccess.org/wp-content/uploads/downloads/2012/08/ODE-Roles in Scholarly Communication ReportBestPracticesCitabilityDataEvolvingRolesScholarlyCommunication.pdfODE, Compilation of Results on Drivers and Barriers and New http://www.alliancepermanentaccess.org/wp-content/uploads/downloads/2012/08/ODE-Opportunities CompilationResultsDriversBarriersNewOpportunities1.pdf http://www.alliancepermanentaccess.org/wp-content/uploads/downloads/2011/11/ODE-ODE, Report on Integration of Data and Publications ReportOnIntegrationOfDataAndPublications-1_1.pdfRe-skilling for research http://www.rluk.ac.uk/content/re-skilling-researchRoyal Society: Science as an Open Enterprise http://royalsociety.org/uploadedFiles/Royal_Society_Content/policy/projects/sape/2012-06-20-SAOE.pdfStefan Kramer on Data Librarianship http://ecommons.library.cornell.edu/handle/1813/19484SURF: Selection of Research Data http://www.surf.nl/nl/publicaties/Pages/StudieSelectionofResearchData.aspxSURF: The legal status of raw data: a guide for research practice http://www.surf.nl/en/publicaties/Pages/Juridischestatusvanruwedata.aspxSURF: Toegang tot onderzoeksdata http://www.surf.nl/nl/themas/openonderzoek/permanentetoegangtotdata/Pages/default.aspxSURF: What researchers want http://www.surffoundation.nl/nl/publicaties/Documents/What_researchers_want.pdfSURF: Witboek dataprofessionals http://www.surffoundation.nl/nl/publicaties/Documents/Witboek_Dataprofessionals_in_NL_def.pdfUK Data Archive: research data lifecycle Titelpresentatie in Footer 18-10-2012 http://www.data-archive.ac.uk/create-manage/life-cycle 39UKOLN: Partnering for research data http://www.rinascimento-digitale.it/Liber2012_slide/Liber2012_Lyon.pdf