The LIBER Working Group on e-Science will be organising the second of four workshops on libraries and research data during the 7th IDCC conference on Monday 5th of December.
This is the second of a fourth series to be organised by our Working Group on e-Science. Its aim is to focusing on the re-use of data, and in particular, on the description that makes data discoverable and re-usable.
Three working groups will be established during the workshop to address:
- Infrastructure and access to research data (open access, open source and open data)
- Technical aspects of privacy, digital identity and digital rights management for research data
- The support of cross- and multidisciplinary research (data, one size fits all). And underlying it all – what is the role for libraries
Each working group will then produce a poster; one member stays with the poster, the others circulate around the other working groups in order to ask questions, discuss the outcomes. The ‘poster guardians’ will finally report back at a plenary session, just to mention any conclusions or final observations.
For further information please visit the 7th International Digital Curation Conference workshops page (workshop 5) or go check it out at our events calendar (http://libereurope.eu/event/workshop-data-re-use-how-can-metadata-stimulate-re-use).