Journal of eScience Librarianship Presentations

UMMS Affiliation

Lamar Soutter Library

Publication Date

2019-02-13

Document Type

Presentation

Disciplines

Scholarly Communication | Scholarly Publishing

Abstract

Sharing data is now encouraged by major funding agencies, and many journals require it as a prerequisite for publication. While many of the hard science journals have implemented ‘Data Deposit Requirements’ and ‘Policies’, in the Library Science literature, publishers are beginning to move titles into open access journals, but data deposit requirements are just beginning to be addressed. Librarian authors will increasingly find themselves having to comply with data sharing policies. In this webinar, we look at examples from the Journal of the Medical Library Association and the Journal of eScience Librarianship and discuss best practices in data deposit.

Rights and Permissions

Copyright 2019 Raboin, Plutchak, Palmer, Goldman

Comments

Webinar sponsored by NEASIST, the New England Chapter (http://neasist.org/) of the Association for Information Science and Technology (https://www.asist.org/).

Keywords

library science, information science, librarians, data sharing, journal data sharing policies, data deposit, data availability, best practices

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