Publications

New DCC paper on Open and FAIR

A few weeks ago, a new paper was published that I co-authored with Rosie Higman from the University of Manchester and Daniel Bangert from the University of Göttingen. It untangles the overlaps between FAIR, Open and RDM, providing insights on how each can be used for advocacy and improving good research practice. Check it out!

Higman, R., Bangert, D. and Jones, S., 2019. Three camps, one destination: the intersections of research data management, FAIR and Open. http://doi.org/10.1629/uksg.468

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Privacy and Academic Research

This guest blog is courtesy of Marlon Domingus, community lead research data management at Erasmus University Rotterdam. It reflects on their experience of supporting privacy in academic research, providing an infographic as a case study.

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International Journal of Digital Curation opens Volume 10, Issue 2

The International Journal of Digital Curation has published the first content from Issue 2 of Volume 10.

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International Journal of Digital Curation, Volume 10, Issue 1

The International Journal of Digital Curation, Volume 10, Issue 1 can now be viewed in its entirety.

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International Journal of Digital Curation opens Volume 10, Issue 1

The International Journal of Digital Curation has published the first set of papers from Issue 1 of Volume 10.

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New case study: assigning DOIs at Bristol Uni

Monica Duke and Stephen Gray have collaborated on a new case study for the DCC.

Assigning Digital Object Identifiers to Research Data at the University of Bristol

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IJDC's new policy on data

From January 2014, the International Journal of Digital Curation (IJDC) will require authors to include data citations in their submissions wherever applicable. The journal will also require them to place their data in a custodial environment where it will be preserved for an appropriate period, given a permanent and resolvable identifier, and made available as openly as possible.

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