Opportunities and Challenges of Data Publication: A Case from Purdue
Beginning in 2011, there have been several policy changes directly affecting the management, preservation, and accessibility of publically-funded research and resulting research data in the United States. In January 18, 2011 the National Science Foundation (NSF) required data management plans to be submitted with all grant proposals. On February 22, 2013, the Office of Science and Technology Policy of the President of the United States extended a similar requirement to all federal agencies who have a research and development budget of more than $100 million. These requirements illustrate the need for further coordination and management of data as scholarship and traditional scholarship in integrated publishing solutions.
The case study presented in this concurrent session will illustrate an early initiative at Purdue University to integrate discrete data publications with traditional scholarly publications through leveraging new and existing repository platforms and services. Examination of the case study will involve a discussion of workflow integration between Purdue’s data repository, the Purdue University Research Repository (PURR), its traditional press, the Purdue University Press (PUP), and the institutional repository, Purdue e-Pubs.
Attendees can expect to participate in a discussion on the opportunities and issues they may face when addressing the national dialogue on providing open access to datasets, as well as meeting federal and funder requirements, while reducing national and global research redundancy. Plenty of time will be allotted for questions and further discussion.
Ditigal Data Repository Specialist, Purdue University
Courtney is the Digital Data Repository Specialist for the Purdue University Research Repository (PURR). He manages the day-to-day activities of PURR and advocates for the necessary role of librarians in the research data life-cycle spanning data management planning, research project collaboration, dataset publication with Digital Object Identifiers (DOI), and long-term preservation. |
Courtney is a native of Prince Edward Island who graduated with a B.A. (Honours) History from the... Read More →
Scholarly Repository Specialist, Purdue University
David Scherer is the the Scholarly Repository Specialist in the Purdue Libraries at Purdue University. David’s role includes serving as a representative for Purdue Libraries’ Scholarly Publishing Services and as the manager of the Purdue e-Pubs digital repository. David’s professional interests include: collection development, scholarly communication, open access, institutional repositories, and the usage of archival collections in classroom instruction. His personal interests include... Read More →
Data Specialist and Assistant Professor of Library Science, Purdue University
Lisa Zilinski is a Data Specialist and Assistant Professor of Library Science in the Purdue Libraries at Purdue University. Lisa works with the Libraries’ faculty and staff to identify data literacy opportunities, develop learning plans and tools for data education, and investigates data services. Lisa earned her master of library science degree from The Florida State University, School of Library & Information Studies. She has worked as a business librarian at the University of South Florida... Read More →
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