Answered By: Cynthia Hudson-Vitale
Last Updated: Sep 11, 2015     Views: 31

  • Describe your research. No one understands your research better than you and your immediate research team, but to make research reusable, it must be adequately documented.  A goal of this pilot is to evaluate the time and effort required to sufficiently annotate research results so that others in the same research domain can understand it. Library curation experts will work directly with you and your research group to document your research outputs.
  • Communication. Faculty will work directly with library staff and subject specialists via email, one on one meetings, and other communication methods to adequately describe data, determine rights for reuse, embargo periods, and other considerations for data treatment and actions. 

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