[CODATA-international] Fwd: New DCC Checklist on choosing data repositories for sharing and preservation
simon at codata.org
Tue Jan 5 10:58:42 EST 2016
The checklist tool announced below by the Digital Curation Centre will likely be of interest to the international CODATA community.
Relatedly, I would like to remind you of the forthcoming CODATA webinar on the COINatlantic Data Accessibility Self-Assessment Tool http://www.codata.org/news/99/62/CODATA-Webinar-Data-Accessibility-Benchmark-Organizational-Self-Assessment-Tool (In an effort to cater to different time zones, the webinar will be run twice: at 16.00 UTC on Mon 18 January 2016 and at 01.00 UTC on Tue 19 January.)
With very best wishes,
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Begin forwarded message:
> From: Angus Whyte <a.whyte at ED.AC.UK>
> Subject: New DCC Checklist on choosing data repositories for sharing and preservation
> Date: 5 January 2016 16:14:09 CET
> To: RESEARCH-DATAMAN at JISCMAIL.AC.UK
> Reply-To: Research Data Management discussion list <RESEARCH-DATAMAN at JISCMAIL.AC.UK>
> The Digital Curation Centre is pleased to announce 'Where to keep research data'. This new checklist is concerned with external third-party repositories that offer a managed service to the research community. It aims to assist research support staff whose task is to help researchers make informed choices about where to deposit data.
> The guidance describes different types of service, suggesting some pros and cons of each, and lists sources of information on where to find candidates of the various types. It then introduces three levels of service that can help match a repository to the depositor’s requirements for their data collection.
> See more at: http://www.dcc.ac.uk/resources/how-guides-checklists/where-keep-research-data This checklist aims to assist research support staff in UK Higher Education Institutions whose task is to help researchers make informed choices about where to deposit data. - See more at: http://www.dcc.ac.uk/resources/how-guides-checklists/where-keep-research-data#sthash.cqR0LrnH.dpuf
> Best wishes,
> Dr Angus Whyte
> Senior Institutional Support Officer
> Digital Curation Centre,University of Edinburgh
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