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Louise Corti

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20. März 2014
Research funders in the UK, USA and across Europe are implementing data management and sharing policies to maximize openness of data, transparency and accountability of the research they support. Written by experts from the UK Data Archive with over 20 years experience, this book gives post-graduate students, researchers and research support staff the data management skills required in today's changing research environment. The book features guidance on: how to plan your research using a data management checklist; how to format and organize data; how to store and transfer data; research ethics and privacy in data sharing and intellectual property rights; data strategies for collaborative research; how to publish and cite data; and how to make use of other people's research data, illustrated with six real-life case studies of data use.

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Data are a major asset of economic and social research - the basis for research and also the ultimate product of research. Research data quality and provenance then become paramount in underpinning subsequent sharing and secondary scientific use. As the UK's largest funder of research on economic and social issues, the ESRC has been at the forefront of promoting the culture of sharing the results and data of the research it funds. The ESRC considers that effective data management is an essential precondition for generating high quality reusable data. Researchers need to be armed with the knowledge and skills to ensure that the data they create and manage can be exploited to the maximum potential for further research. This book offers these skills in an approachable way. -- Professor Paul Boyle, Chief Executive 20131216 This is a timely, comprehensive and really useful guide to good practice in the management and sharing of research data. It outlines the processes and practices needed to ensure the highest standards of data management and addresses the potential pitfalls of poor practice -- from the importance of early planning, to the issues of confidentiality and consent, rights and permissions, and citation. Its great strength is the way it combines clear 'how to' case studies and checklists for action, with the rationale for action on each topic, addressing potential concerns and pitfalls. It should be required reading at the beginning - and end - of all research projects. -- Jude England, Head of Social Sciences, The British Library 20140214 The breadth and depth of the cumulative expertise of the authors is evident throughout the sections of Managing and Sharing Research Data: A Guide to Good Practice that systematically highlight and address key trends and topics in research data management. The text is full of a rich combination of detailed examples, diagrams, exercises, and extensive references. As a result, the Guide simultaneously provides a practical handbook for getting on with research data management now, an instructional text for students and practitioners, a well-documented record of current practice that adds a valuable reference work to the literature of the community, and a roadmap for near-term and longer-term planning. -- Dr. Nancy Y McGovern, Head of Curation and Preservation, MIT Libraries 20140214 At the heart of good research lies good data management practice. Corti and her co-authors give us a vivid and comprehensive account of the ins-and-outs of this vital professional skill, from managing and sharing data, understanding the data lifecycle and realistically costing data management, through documenting and organising data, to securing, preserving and reusing data while -- Professor Nigel Fielding, Professor in Social Research Methodology, University of Surrey 20140214 This is the book we have been waiting for: a comprehensive guide to best practice in the essential work of preserving and sharing the data fundamentals necessary for modern, professional social science. The area is to a degree at the boundaries of standard research work and practitioners have to an extent been making it up as they go along; so, Louise Corti and her colleagues have done the wider research community a great service with this excellent guide. The exercises at the end of each chapter are useful learning points, and the chapter on publishing and citing research is particularly valuable in pushing the boundaries of best practice. -- Professor Peter Davis, Professor of Sociology and Criminology, University of Auckland 20140214 Corti et al have produced a great introductory text for researchers, librarians, and anyone involved in supporting the creation or reuse of research data. The team has extensive experience in issues surrounding the care and curation of a range of data, and put that experience to good effect in producing this guide. The book offers concise chapters that cover essential information on research data management activities at all stages of the data lifecycle, and is suitable for quantitative and qualitative researchers either creating or reusing data. Chapters are supported by useful examples, case study illustrations, and reinforced by quizzes and exercises to get researchers and support services thinking about and implementing good data management practices. -- Laurence Horton, Archive and Data Management Training Centre, GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences 20140214

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Louise Corti is an Associate Director of the UK Data Archive and Head of the Producer Relations and Collections Development teams. She also leads qualitative data activities at the Archive and directed UK Qualidata from 1998. She has 25 years of expertise in archiving, sharing and using social science data, and has particular expertise in the challenges of managing and sharing research data, standards for archiving qualitative data, and teaching with data. She has held numerous research awards in these areas focusing on best practice, training and tools. http://www.data-archive.ac.uk/about/staff?sid=corti Veerle Van den Eynden manages the Research Data Management team at the UK Data Archive. This team provides expertise, guidance and training on data management and data sharing to researchers, to promote good data practices and optimise data sharing. She leads research and development projects on various research data management aspects. Veerle has many years of experience researching interactions between people, plants and the environment, using a combination of social and natural science methods, and has experienced first-hand the benefits that data sharing brings to research. http://www.data-archive.ac.uk/about/staff?sid=veerle Libby Bishop is a Manager in the Research Data Management team at the UK Data Archive where she provides guidance, support and training on data management, data management planning and data sharing to researchers and data producers. She has particular expertise in ethics and data sharing, including informed consent for archiving data and the ethics of re-using data. She also develops and delivers training for the User Support and Training section of the UK Data Service, with a focus on secondary analysis of qualitative data. http://www.data-archive.ac.uk/about/staff?sid=ebishop Matthew Woollard is Director of the UK Data Archive. He has practical and theoretical experience in all aspects of data service infrastructure, providing leadership in data curation, archiving and preservation activities. From 2002-2006 he was the Head of the History Data Service and from 2006-2010 an Associate Director and Head of Digital Preservation and Systems at the UK Data Archive. He currently provides leadership and strategic direction of the both the UK Data Archive and the ESRC-funded UK Data Service. http://www.data-archive.ac.uk/about/staff?sid=matthew

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