Artemis Takes Aim

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Introduction to Research Data Management, Joyce M. Ray

PART 1: UNDERSTANDING THE POLICY CONTEXT

The Policy and Institutional Framework, James L. Mullins

Data Governance: Where Technology and Policy Collide, MacKenzie Smith


PART 2: PLANNING FOR DATA MANAGEMENT

The Use of Life Cycle Models in Developing and Supporting Data Services, Jake Carlson

Data Management Assessment and Planning Tools, Andrew Sallans and Sherry Lake

Trustworthy Data Repositories: The Value and Benefits of Auditing and Certification, Bernard F. Reilly, Jr., and Marie E. Waltz

PART 3: MANAGING PROJECT DATA

Copyright, Open Data, and the Availability-Usability Gap: Challenges, Opportunities, and Approaches for Libraries, Melissa Levine

Metadata Services, Jenn Riley

Data Citation: Principles and Practice, Jan Brase, Yvonne Socha, Sarah Callaghan, Christine L. Borgman, Paul F. Uhlir, and Bonnie Carroll

PART 4: ARCHIVING AND MANAGING RESEARCH DATA IN REPOSITORIES

Assimilating Digital Repositories Into the Active Research Process,Tyler Walters

Partnering to Curate and Archive Social Science Data, Jared Lyle, George Alter, and Ann Green

Managing and Archiving Research Data:Local Repository and Cloud-Based Practices, Michele Kimpton and Carol Minton Morris

Chronopolis Repository Services, David Minor, Brian E. C. Schottlaender, and Ardys Kozbial

PART 5: MEASURING SUCCESS

Evaluating a Complex Project: DataONE, Suzie Allard

What to Measure? Toward Metrics for Research Data Management, Angus Whyte, Laura Molloy, Neil Beagrie, and John Houghton

PART 6: BRINGING IT ALL TOGETHER: CASE STUDIES

An Institutional Perspective on Data Curation Services: A View from Cornell University,Gail Steinhart

Purdue University Research Repository: Collaborations in Data Management, D. Scott Brandt

Data Curation for the Humanities: Perspectives From Rice University, Geneva Henry

Developing Data Management Services for Researchers at the University of Oregon, Brian Westra

CLOSING REFLECTIONS: LOOKING AHEAD

The Next Generation of Challenges in the Curation of Scholarly Data, Clifford Lynch

About the Contributors

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dianaascher

Diana L. Ascher, PhD, MBA, is a principal at Stratelligence and a co-founder of the Information Ethics & Equity Institute. Her lifelong interest in knowledge and decision making has focused on the evaluation, classification, organization, communication, and interpretation of information, and motivates her work in the fields of behavioral science, finance, higher education, information studies, journalism, law, leadership, management, medicine, and policy. She brings more than two decades of experience as a writer, editor, media director, and information strategist to her work.

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