24 September 2015- BREAKOUT 4 - 11:00
Developing and Adapting to Research Data Policies in Libraries
A panel of invited speakers will discuss issues related to research data policies that are being developed by libraries (e.g., collection development, deposit, and preservation policies for research data) as well as institutional policies (e.g., responsible conduct of research, data retention, institutional review board, sensitive and restricted data policies) and federal policies (e.g., data sharing and management) that impact library services and decision-making. The panel co-chairs will lead a group discussion of challenges and practical approaches to successfully interpret and implement such policies in a library context.
1. Invited policy panel speakers: Inna Kouper (Indiana University, USA) and Sarah Jones (Digital Curation Centre, UK)
2. Group discussion facilitated by co-chairs Amy Nurnberger (Columbia University, USA) and Birgit Schmidt (University of Göttingen, Germany)
3. RDA/Sloan Data Share Fellow update on study of organizational models for libraries providing data services: Cheryl Thompson (University of Illinois, USA)
4. Other group business and closing remarks from co-chairs
Co-chairs: Michael Witt (Purdue University, USA), Kathleen Shearer (Confederation of Open Access Repositories, Canada), Wolfram Horstmann (University of Göttingen, Germany)