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Faculty/Researcher Survey on Data Curation

  • Author(s): Janée, Greg
  • Frew, James
  • et al.

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https://doi.org/10.5062/F4PN93K4
Abstract

In 2012 the Data Curation @ UCSB Project surveyed UCSB campus faculty and researchers on the subject of data curation, with the goals of 1) better understanding the scope of the digital curation problem and the curation services that are needed, and 2) characterizing the role that the UCSB Library might play in supporting curation of campus research outputs.  The findings argue for the establishment of a campus unit possessing data curation expertise and providing curation-related assistance to campus researchers, and possibly hosting curation services.

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