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Research Data Management: What’s happening & why should you care?. Kevin Ashley Director, DCC [email protected] CC-BY. Why care?. Data is expensive – an investment Reuse: More research Teaching & Learning Planning Impact – with or without publication Accountability

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why care
Why care?
  • Data is expensive – an investment
  • Reuse:
    • More research
    • Teaching & Learning
    • Planning
  • Impact – with or without publication
  • Accountability
  • Legal & regulatory requirements

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5-year programme to realise maximum value and benefit from research data

National services, support, coordination from DCC

Focus on creating capacity and capability within research institutions

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Invest £24m

  • (Wait 5 years…)
  • Result £120m

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Without good RDM – BAD THINGS HAPPEN

With good RDM – GOOD STUFF HAPPENS

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Funder pressures

Legal issues

Researcher demand

Value Realisation

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EPSRC expects all those institutions it funds

  • to develop a roadmap that aligns … with EPSRC’s expectations by 1st May 2012;
  • to be fully compliant … by1st May 2015.

http://www.epsrc.ac.uk/about/standards/researchdata/Pages/expectations.aspx

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Awareness of regulatory environment

Data access statement

Policies and processes

Data storage

Structured metadata descriptions

DOIs for data

Securely preserved for a minimum of 10 years from last use

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NERC

Wellcome

  • ESRC
  • MRC

BBSRC

  • European Commission

NSF

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TOOLS & SERVICES

ADVICE

ON-SITE SUPPORT

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Understanding Data Requirements

http://www.dcc.ac.uk/

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Data management plans

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What data to keep

How to cite data

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Data Licensing

  • Bespoke licences
  • Standard licences
  • Multiple licensing
  • Licence mechanisms

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institutional engagement
Institutional Engagement
  • In-depth support from team of DCC staff
  • Helping with:
    • Re-skilling
    • Policy development
    • Costing
    • Use of tools
    • Professional liaison

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what s it to you
What’s it to you ?
  • Repositories can be homes for data
  • They can be homes for metadata
  • Publications and data need to be linked
  • Data requires persistent, resolvable identifiers
  • Institutions need a data policy

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Institutional Policy

  • …article in
  • International Journal of Digital Curation www.ijdc.net
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DCC Policy Summary

http://www.dcc.ac.uk/resources/policy-and-legal

words of caution
Words of caution
  • Data isn’t always like a publication
  • Don’t push it, don’t force it[1]
  • It doesn’t always belong to you
  • 1. Heywood, O. L. “Don’t push it” Los Angeles: 20th Century (1980)

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roles for you
Roles for you
  • Someone needs to take leadership
    • Bring together library, IT, research office and academic requirements and skills
  • Give guidance on appropriate data centres, journal and funder policies on data
  • Educate researchers about the benefits
  • Help with persistent IDs

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Or2012.ed.ac.uk 9-13 July 2012

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IDCC13

  • 14-16 January 2013
  • Amsterdam
  • Call for papers now open

[email protected] – CC-BY-NC-ND

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Early results: public data archiving increases scientific contribution by one third

UoE IS Open Meeting. Kevin Ashley, DCC, CC-BY-SA

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OVER TO YOU

  • http://slideshare.net/kevinashley

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