Kramer, Stefan (University Library)

Research data in academia: an outlook on discovery, access, reuse, and preservation
Presentation given as part of American University Library’s Colloquium on Scholarly Communication. The video recording of the talk can be found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yg6qd3k5GWc, While universities and publishers have centuries of experience with the packaging and dissemination of traditional scholarly outputs, including increasingly in digital formats in the last two decades, the era of doing the same with the data gathered in the course of research is only beginning, driven in part by the requirements of funding agencies. This presentation offers some perspectives on the related opportunities and challenges., Submitted by Stefan Kramer (skramer@american.edu) on 2014-03-21T22:05:51Z No. of bitstreams: 1 ResearchDataInAcademia.wmv: 20517923 bytes, checksum: 8484a7129335d926c53b945559070a39 (MD5), Made available in DSpace on 2014-03-21T22:05:51Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 1 ResearchDataInAcademia.wmv: 20517923 bytes, checksum: 8484a7129335d926c53b945559070a39 (MD5)
Scholarly Communication & Research Administration
A definition of Scholarly Communication ... and changes since 2003 Research output access directives by the US government The scholarly ecosystem, and links between its parts Identifiers for researchers and their outputs: ORCID & DOI Research data lifecycle model Research data preservation and journal publishers ... then and now What can research administrators do to help improve scholarly communication?