Because good research needs good data
Author Title [ Type(Desc)] Year
Book Chapter
Davidson J.  2016.  Fostering Open Science Practice through Recognising and Rewarding Research Data Management and Curation Skills. LIS education and research in a dynamic information landscape: proceedings of the Library and Information Studies Centre 75 years commemorative conference.
Innocenti P, McHugh A, Ross S.  2008.  Tackling the risk challenge: DRAMBORA (Digital Repository Audit Method Based on Risk Assessment). Collaboration and the Knowledge Economy: Issues, Applications, Case Studies. 5
Conference Paper
Innocenti P, McHugh A, Ross S.  2008.  Assessing Long Term Preservation of Audiovisual Content with DRAMBORA. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Automated Solutions for Cross Media Content and Multi-channel Distribution.
Conference Proceedings
Davidson J, Corrall S, Coulbourne G, Rauber A.  2012.  Education Alignment. Aligning National Approaches to Digital Preservation. :269-308.
Journal Article
Jones S, Ball A, Ekmekcioglu Ç.  2008.  The data audit framework: a first step in the data management challenge. International Journal of Digital Curation. 3(2)
Jones S, Pergl R, Hooft R, Miksa T.  2019.  Data Management Planning: how requirements and solutions are beginning to converge. Data Intelligence. Vol 2 (1):p.208-219.
Jones S.  2012.  Developments in Research Funder Data Policy. International Journal of Digital Curation. 7(1)
Low B, Cassidy K, Fergusson D, Atkinson M, E Meer V, McGeever M.  2008.  Distributed Computing Education, Part 5: Coming to Terms with Intellectual Property Rights. IEEE Dystributed Systems Online. 9(12)
Getler M, Sisu D, Jones S, Miller K.  2014.  DMPonline Version 4.0: User-Led Innovation. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DIGITAL CURATION. 9(1)
Davidson J, Jones S, Molloy L, U Kejser B.  2014.  Emerging good practice in managing research data and research information within UK Universities. CRIS. 33:215-222.
Ward C, Freiman L, Jones S, Molloy L, Snow K.  2011.  Making sense: talking data management with researchers. International Journal of Digital Curation. 6(2)
Waelde C, McGinley M.  2005.  Public Domain; Public Interest; Public Funding: focussing on the ‘three Ps’ in scientific research. SCRIPTed. 2(2:1):71-97.
Jones S, Abbott D, Ross S.  2009.  Redefining the performing arts archive. Archival Science. Archival Science. 9(3-4):165-171.
Miksa T, Simms S, Mietchen D, Jones S.  2019.  Ten principles for machine-actionable data management plans. PLoS Comput Biol. 15(3)
Higman R, Bergman D, Jones S.  2019.  Three camps, one destination: the intersections of research data management, FAIR and Open. Insights. 32(1)