Mitigating the Risk: Identifying Strategic University Partnerships for Compliance Tracking of Research Data and Publications

PAYANT, Andrea and ROZUM, Betty and WOOLCOTT, Liz (2016) Mitigating the Risk: Identifying Strategic University Partnerships for Compliance Tracking of Research Data and Publications. Paper presented at: IFLA WLIC 2016 – Columbus, OH – Connections. Collaboration. Community in Session S05 - Information Technology jointly with Academic and Research Libraries, Big Data Special Interest Group and Semantic Web Special Interest Group. In: Data in libraries: the big picture, 10 August 2016, Chicago, IL, USA.

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Mitigating the Risk: Identifying Strategic University Partnerships for Compliance Tracking of Research Data and Publications

As international efforts to develop guidelines for data management emerge, the need for monitoring data deposit compliance increases. Utah State University has a team of university administrators, IT specialists, and librarians that addresses research data management issues. They developed a process to receive reports from faculty with successful grants that ultimately allows creation of records for data. Research grants are tracked though all stages and information about data and publications shared publicly on platforms capable of contributing scholarly work to research outputs aggregators (such as Share) and also to public facing bibliographic aggregators like Worldcat.

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