[CODATA-international] information request for a Friday
Christiansen, Leighton (OST)
Leighton.christiansen at dot.gov
Sat Mar 6 09:09:32 EST 2021
Hi Daureen (and interested others).
In the US, the Science.gov alliance has built a 1-stop search interface for federally-funded research papers, technical reports, and other text-based research outputs. The science.gov interface is a federated search across the repositories of the science.gov members.
The science.gov site also has links to the Public Access plans of the federal agencies.
The site address is https://www.science.gov
However, today, Saturday March 6, the site is undergoing maintenance, so the link above takes you to the maintenance warning page. My apologies.
For US datasets, you can search https://data.gov
I hope folks find this useful.
Please reach out if you have questions.
Leighton L Christiansen https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0543-4268
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Data Curator, National Transportation Library,
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From: CODATA-international [mailto:codata-international-bounces at lists.codata.org] On Behalf Of Daureen Nesdill
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I'm aware that in the U.S. that if your research is funded by a federal agency you are required to share your publication (data, code also, but I'm interested in publications). Some foundations have also implemented this requirement. Universities and scholarly societies have yet to weigh in as far as I can tell.
I'm wondering if it is the same in the rest of the world? Have the governments of other countries insisted that all publications be freely available or just the ones funded by the government?
Is there a one-stop-site to accessing freely shared publications or do we need to build one?
Thank you for any insight,
Daureen Nesdill MS MLIS
Research Data Management Librarian
Campus Administrator for Labarchives
Please leave a message at 801-585-5975
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