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International Journal of Digital Curation
Type
Journal
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367 Publications
Compatibility
OpenAIRE Basic (DRIVER OA)
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http://www.ijdc.net/index.php/index/oai

 

  • Establishing a Research Data Management Service at Loughborough University

    Cole, Gareth John (2016)
    In common with most UK universities Loughborough University needed to be compliant with the EPSRC Data Expectations by May 2015. This paper explains the process the University went through to meet these expectations. The paper also demonstratea how University senior management took the opportunity to look beyond compliance with EPSRC requirements. Project staff were challenged to identify a solution which would help to increase the University’s research visibility and reach. The solution to a...

    Recognizing the Diversity of Contributions: A Case Study for Framing Attribution and Acknowledgement for Scientific Data

    Hou, Chung-Yi; Mayernik, Matthew (2016)
    As scientific data volumes, format types, and sources increase rapidly with the invention and improvement of scientific capabilities, the resulting datasets are becoming more complex to manage as well. One of the significant management challenges is pulling apart the individual contributions of specific people and organizations within large, complex projects. This is important for two aspects: 1) assigning responsibility and accountability for scientific work, and 2) giving professional credi...

    Research Transparency: A Preliminary Study of Disciplinary Conceptualisation, Drivers, Tools and Support Services

    Lyon, Liz; Jeng, Wei; Mattern, Eleanor (2017)
    This paper describes a preliminary study of research transparency, which draws on the findings from four focus group sessions with faculty in chemistry, law, urban and social studies, and civil and environmental engineering. The multi-faceted nature of transparency is highlighted by the broad ways in which the faculty conceptualised the concept (data sharing, ethics, replicability) and the vocabulary they used with common core terms identified (data, methods, full disclosure). The associated ...

    Archiving Large-Scale Legacy Multimedia Research Data: A Case Study

    Yogeswaran, Claudia; Cormier, Kearsy (2018)
    In this paper we provide a case study of the creation of the DCAL Research Data Archive at University College London. In doing so, we assess the various challenges associated with archiving large-scale legacy multimedia research data, given the lack of literature on archiving such datasets. We address issues such as the anonymisation of video research data, the ethical challenges of managing legacy data and historic consent, ownership considerations, the handling of large-size multimedia data...

    Data Curation for Community Science Project: CHIME Pilot Study

    Yoon, Ayoung; Spotts, Lydia; Copeland, Andrea (2018)
    This paper introduces a community science project, Citizen Data Harvest in Motion Everywhere (CHIME), and the findings from our pilot study, which investigated potential concerns regarding data curation. The CHIME project aims to build a cyclist community–driven data archive that citizens, community scientists, and governments can use and reuse. While citizens’ involvement in the project enables data collection on a massive, unprecedented scale, the citizen-generated data (cyclists’ video dat...
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