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Presented as video conference for University of Oklahoma School of Library and Information Science's "E-Science and Data Curation Symposium." July 13, 2012

Moderator: Cecelia Brown, Professor & Director, OU-SLIS

Abstract

Presents Purdue Libraries’s work with the Data Curation Profiles, and how they’ve helped leverage collaborations with researchers. This includes working heavily in Agricultural, Science and Engineering from which examples are drawn. The topic of sharing research outputs is described in the framework of the changing scholarly communication environment. Presented as video conference for University of Oklahoma School of Library and Information Science's "E-Science and Data Curation Symposium." July 13, 2012

NOTE: This presentation is a slightly revised version of Brandt, D. Scott. "Data Curation as a Form of Collaborative Research." American Libraries Association 2012 Annual Conference & Exhibition, "Transforming our Libraries, Ourselves," Anaheim CA, June 24, 2012. See: http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/lib_fspres/5/

Keywords

data curation, data management, data repositories, research collaborations

Date of this Version

7-7-2012