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Exploring the opportunities and challenges of implementing open research strategies within development institutions: A project of the International Development Research Center
Edited by Cameron Neylon, Leslie Chan

This research project was an Open Data pilot based on case studies with seven IDRC grantees who developed and implemented open data management and sharing plans. The case studies examined the scale of legal, ethical and technical challenges that limited the sharing of data from IDRC projects including issues of:

* Privacy, personally identifiable information and protection of human subject
* Protection of intellectual property generated from projects or potential for financial risks for projects or institutions
* Challenges in the local legal environment, including ownership of data
* Ethical issues in releasing or sharing of indigenous and community knowledge, and the relationship between project participants and investigators particularly in the context of historical expropriation of resources
* Local and global issues of capacity and expertise in the management and sharing of data

The project ran over (15) months, commencing December 2015 and ending in February 2017. The project involved a literature review and series of interviews on funder data sharing policies, the seven case studies including data management plans and implementation, and a final summary report. The results of the project aim to refine guidelines for the implementation of development research funders’ open research data policies and data policies more generally.  

Papers published: 17   |   Documents added: 17   |  Total pages: 178
Selected papers of the SAVE-SD 2016 workshop on “Semantics, Analytics, Visualisation: Enhancing Scholarly Data”
Edited by Silvio Peroni, Alejandra Gonzalez-Beltran, Francesco Osborne

SAVE-SD 2016 is an international workshop held during WWW 2016 that wants to bring together publishers, companies and researchers from different fields (including Document and Knowledge Engineering, Semantic Web, Natural Language Processing, Scholarly Communication, Bibliometrics, Human-Computer Interaction, Information Visualisation, Bioinformatics, and Life Sciences) in order to bridge the gap between the theoretical/academic and practical/industrial aspects in regards to scholarly data. This RIO collection include the extended versions of the selected poster, demo and position papers accepted at the workshop.

Papers published: 1   |   Documents added: 1   |  Total pages: 12
Public Data Management Plans created with the DMPTool
Edited by Jennifer McWhorter, Jennifer Pannell, Josh Fisher, Jeri Fey

This collection contains data management plans (DMPs) created with the DMPTool – a free online application that helps researchers build data management plans for specific U.S. funding agencies.

Papers published: 9   |   Documents added: 9   |  Total pages: 76

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