Managing Research Data
edited by Graham Pryor
224 pages • 6 x 9
As digital information becomes increasingly prevalent, ensuring that such data remains discoverable, accessible, and intelligible to wider communities is of critical importance. This collection explores the issues and possibilities involved with data management in higher education and the information field. Illustrated with real-world examples throughout, the book offers practical advice on the components necessary to create a culture of effective data management, including skills required, legal obligations, strategies and management plans, and the data management infrastructure of specialists and services. LIS professionals and others working in higher education, along with researchers and policy makers, will find plenty of practical guidance in this timely book.
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