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February 2012


“DataSpace: A Funding and Operational Model for Long-Term Preservation and Sharing of Research Data,” is a 2010 paper authored by Serge Goldstein, Associate Chief Information Officer and Director of Princeton University’s Academic Services, Office of Information Technology, and Mark Ratliff, Digital Repository Architect of Princeton’s DataSpace repository (Princeton University 2011). Goldstein and Ratliff’s paper provides an overview and explanation of the funding and operational models applied to the DataSpace repository at Princeton University.


data management, data repositories, funding models

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