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Canadian Integrated Ocean Observing System: Cyberinfrastructure Investigative Evaluation
Numerous countries have employed a coordinated network of government agencies, research institutions, and private companies to establish national integrated Ocean Observing Systems (OOSes). Although Canada boasts a robust ...
Proficient Use of Open Data Requires These Core Information Skills: An Open Data Community Perspective
Expanding access to open data, such as government data and research data, requires that we consider how citizens and stakeholders can best access the value these data hold. Should individuals rely on an intermediary to ...
Toward Best Practices for Unstructured Descriptions of Research Data
Achieving the potential of widespread sharing of open research data requires that sharing data is straightforward, supported, and well-understood; and that data is discoverable by researchers. Our literature review and ...
Beyond Statistical Literacy: Open Data For Teaching, Collaboration, And Profit
Researchers, governments, and businesses grapple with the abundance of relevant data because consultants claim its effective use will lead to untold wealth and prosperity. To access this pot of gold, a modern university ...
Individual Perspectives on Data Sharing: Human Factors Impacting the Digital Economy
Digital economies rely on the exchange and sharing of data, but this type of sharing is relatively new. Any digital transformation will include a shift from data as a protected asset to data as a tool for collaboration and ...
Data Management Planning: Informing Research Data Management in Academic Libraries Today and the Skills Needed for Future Librarians
Academic libraries in Canada are taking the lead in research data management (RDM) as they strive to assist researchers in addressing Canada's move to join the global trend of adding data dissemination and preservation ...