Volume 12, Issue 3, Special Issue: 2023 Research Data Access and Preservation (RDAP) Summit is Now Available
Posted by Julie Goldman on 2023-12-12
JeSLIB is proud to publish a Special Issue highlighting works related to the Research Data and Preservation (RDAP) Summit 2023.
The JeSLIB Editors thank the guest editors, Alicia Capello, Queens University, Marla Hertz, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Tina Griffin, University of Illinois Chicago, and Jamaica Jones, University of Pittsburgh for their dedication and expertise in bringing together this special issue.
We thank the RDAP community for their continued support and enthusiasm for JeSLIB and its mission to advance the theory and practice of librarianship focusing on services related to data-driven research and promoting high standards in peer review and open access.
Congratulations to all the authors who contributed to make this - our SIXTH RDAP Special Issue - a success! We look forward to the 2024 RDAP Summit in March.
Special Issue: 2023 Research Data Access and Preservation (RDAP) Summit
Alicia Capello, Marla Hertz, Tina Griffin, and Jamaica Jones
“What About Your Friends?”: How a Collaborative Transdisciplinary Training Approach Supports FAIR Data Sharing Principles in Federally Funded Research
Shavonne Hedgepeth, Erin Antognoli, Sara Duke, and Alison Rehfus
eScience in Action
A Problem Shared Is a Community Created: Recommendations for Cross-Institutional Collaborations
Marla Hertz, Kelsey Badger, Lena Bohman, Lucy Carr Jones, Christine Nieman Hislop, Katy Smith, and Hao Ye
Building a Trustworthy Data Repository: CoreTrustSeal Certification as a Lens for Service Improvements
Cara Key, Clara Llebot, and Michael Boock
Why Can’t I just use Dropbox? A comparison of cloud file storage platforms used for research
Tobin Magle and Deb McCafferey
What if It Didn’t Happen: Data Management and Avoiding Research Misconduct
Heather Coates, Abigail Goben, and Kristin Briney
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