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Opening the research data lifecycle: 

Opening the research data lifecycle Changing roles and responsibilities JISC Conference 2007

JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle: 

Opening the research data lifecycle Researcher requirements – Graham Pryor Capturing research data – Simon Coles Changing roles and responsibilities – Liz Lyon JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle

JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle: 

JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle The StORe mission Seamless transport from research data to research publications and vice versa Bi-directional links proven in social science e-research but capable of export to other disciplines

JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle: 

Researcher requirements Project StORe - some indications of researcher needs and aspirations Principles dynamic links and open access Practicals data types and data management Support JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle

JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle: 

Researcher requirements: principles Two-way links between source and output repositories JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle

JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle: 

Researcher requirements: principles Two-way links between source and output repositories 85% support project aims as potentially advantageous to conduct of research 'Would save so much time, making research more productive' 'Would allow reanalysis as new methods emerged' 'Integration of multiple data sets from different publications' JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle

JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle: 

Researcher requirements: principles Two-way links between source and output repositories The concept of open access and its impact on data ownership JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle

JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle: 

Researcher requirements: principles The concept of open access and its impact on data ownership 'It should be a requirement that data from publicly funded research is freely available' 'Restrict access until results are published to prevent data scavenging' 'A creditable aspiration but without a data administrator this represents a large burden from editing, compiling and sanctioning release' JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle

JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle: 

Researcher requirements: practicals Data management JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle

JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle: 

Researcher requirements: practicals Data management 75% generate and use ‘complex data sets’ Storage of unique and original research on PCs and laptops is commonplace Access influenced by perceived absence of adequate protection and need for interpretation 'Data is held on secured CDs in encrypted format with only an identifying code. The codebook is kept physically separate.' JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle

JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle: 

Researcher requirements: practicals Data management 75% generate and use ‘complex data sets’ Storage of unique and original research on PCs and laptops is commonplace Access influenced by perceived absence of adequate protection and need for interpretation Data volume and lack of time/experience compound issues of data ownership JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle

JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle: 

Researcher requirements: practicals Data management Data volume and lack of time/experience compound issues of data ownership 'I’m not encouraged or discouraged from providing data. It just does not justify the effort.' JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle

JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle: 

Researcher requirements: practicals Data management Repositories JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle

JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle: 

Researcher requirements: practicals Repositories Development and use: culture of self-sufficiency; broad range of effectiveness Some sophistication but limited understanding and familiarity also found across the sector 'Very happy with what we have in astronomy…please don’t mess with them for the sake of some aesthetic..' '..my understanding of this topic is so limited that giving any answer would be trivial' JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle

JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle: 

Researcher requirements: practicals Repositories Development and use: culture of self-sufficiency; broad range of effectiveness Some sophistication but limited understanding and familiarity also found across the sector Online browsing replaces browsing library shelves Searching for data frustrated by inadequate metadata and clumsy search structures JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle

JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle: 

Researcher requirements: practicals Data management Repositories Metadata JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle

JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle: 

Researcher requirements: practicals Metadata Appropriate assignment acknowledged to be Critical Demanding (intellectually and in the time it requires) Consensus on the need for good metadata does not necessarily translate into its provision: High level of self-assignment JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle

JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle: 

JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle

JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle: 

Researcher requirements: practicals Metadata Appropriate assignment acknowledged to be Critical Demanding (intellectually and in the time it requires) Consensus on the need for good metadata does not necessarily translate into its provision: High level of self-assignment Limited use of standard schemes Metadata as afterthought JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle

JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle: 

Researcher requirements: support - 1 Lack of awareness of available support Disinclination to seek support Self-reliance with IT matters Prefer online or documentary support Discipline knowledge essential With few exceptions, management of research data not usually associated with librarians Yet… JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle

JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle: 

Researcher requirements: support - 2 Qualified demonstration of expertise in metadata, data preservation or curation Examples of uncritical use of sources Both access and sharing restricted by lack of confidence in processes Browsing, online help and other features need expert support and maintenance Need to boost awareness of opportunities from electronic data management JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle

JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle: 

Researchers and discovery services: behaviour, perceptions and needs - RIN, November 2006 '…contact with librarians and information professionals is rare' '…researchers are generally confident in their [self-taught] abilities.., librarians see them as..relatively unsophisticated' '…librarians see it as a problem that they are not reaching all researchers with formal training, whereas most researchers don’t think they need it' JISC Conference 2007 - Opening the research data lifecycle

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