Best Practices for Sharing Data in a Generalist Repository: Metadata, Data Preparation, and Reporting
In this upcoming webinar, learn the best practices for sharing NIH-funded data in generalist repositories, including:
- tips and guidance for creating high-quality metadata.
- preparing data files and documentation for sharing.
- considerations for data licensing and privacy.
- reporting on open data and metrics.
This presentation is the final webinar from the Generalist Repository Ecosystem Initiative (GREI) Collaborative Webinar Series. GREI is intended to supplement NIH’s domain-specific repositories, and it is an important step in expanding the data ecosystem. It maximizes the benefits of biomedical research and accelerates data-driven cancer discovery.
Anita de Waard of Mendeley Data will moderate this event.
Ms. Barbosa is the manager of data curation for the Harvard Dataverse and manager of the Murray Research Archive. She leads trainings on using Dataverse, consults with users on organizing, cleaning, and preparing data for sharing and preservation, and provides curation support and guidance for users of the tool.
Ms. Lippincott is head of community engagement and librarian for Dryad, a non-profit membership organization that is committed to making data available for research and educational reuse. She has experience supporting open access, digital scholarship, and scholarly communications through strategic planning, research, service design, facilitation, and communications work.
Mr. Olson is the product manager at the Center for Open Science, a non-profit technology organization. He is responsible for the development and sustainability of the Open Science Framework and related infrastructure projects.
Dr. Sim is a professor of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) and co-directs biomedical informatics at UCSF’s Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute.