Paths for Adoption of Digital Preservation Practices: a Social Network Analysis of Three Academic Departments at Colorado State University. Ed Peyronnin. Paths for Adoption of Digital Preservation Practices.
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Personal, professional and organizational data management responsibilities and behavior have not been clearly defined, articulated or communicated
Remedy - Higher education institutions should develop communication strategies to:
R1– How do researchers communicate and learn about digital data management practices at a major research university?
R1a – How do specific events such as workshops, training, or data-loss impact digital data management practices?
R1b– How does local resource access impact digital data management practices?
R1c – How do external stimuli, such as the requirement for data management plans, impact digital data management practices?
R2 – How can communication improve digital data management practices?
Method - Social Network Analysis
INSNA (International Network for Social Network Analysis), by Lin Freeman
Area of interest
Paths for Adoption of Digital Preservation Practices Social Network Analysis of Three Academic Departments at Colorado State University
Research Grant Dollars
CLIR interview questions
(Spencer, L. J. a. A. A. (2012). The Problem of Data: Data Management and Curation Practices Among University Researchers. Retrieved from http://www.clir.org/pubs/reports/pub154.)
Data Collection and Reporting