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Research Libraries’ New Role in Research Data Management, Current Trends and Visions in Denmark

Filip Kruse; Jesper Boserup Thestrup;
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  • Published: 15 Apr 2014 Journal: Liber Quarterly: The Journal of European Research Libraries, volume 23, issue 4, pages 310-335
  • Publisher: Utrecht University Library Open Access Journals (Publishing Services)
Abstract
The amount of research data is growing constantly, due to new technology with new potentials for collecting and analysing both digital data and research objects. This growth creates a demand for a coherent IT-infrastructure. Such an infrastructure must be able to provide facilities for storage, preservation and a more open access to data in order to fulfil the demands from the researchers themselves, the research councils and research foundations. This paper presents the findings of a research project carried out under the auspices of DEFF (Danmarks Elektroniske Fag- og Forskningsbibliotek - Denmark’s Electronic research Library) [i] to analyse how the Danish un...
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free text keywords: research data management, university, library, national cultural heritage, lcsh:Bibliography. Library science. Information resources, lcsh:Z, Research data, Knowledge management, business.industry, business, Digitization, Data management plan, Vision, Computer science, Digital data, Data access, National Policy, Digital collections
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