Event Title

Free Webinar: Open Data Repositories: Creating Equitable and Sustainable Data Access

Program Type

Event

Start Date and Time

25-10-2018 2:00 PM

Program Description

The ALA (American Library Association and its units) and the ALA-APA (Allied Professional Association) (collectively “ALA”) use the personal data you provide to the ALA to process membership, inform you of products, services, conferences, education opportunities, events and for other purposes which are within the Association’s mission. To accomplish these actions, ALA contracts with third-parties who gather and process personal data to complete interactions such as online purchases, conference registration, and fulfillment. The personal data as provided is processed and stored as a legitimate Interest to the ALA in order to fulfill your requests for information and services from ALA.
For more information, review ALA’S PRIVACY POLICY.

The push for open data has become ubiquitous, but challenges are still ahead in attaining equitable and sustainable access through disciplinary, institutional, and publisher repositories. This webcast will briefly review the current landscape of data repositories and the challenges researchers continue to face. We'll discuss how repositories present opportunities and threats to equitable and sustainable access. We'll then explore the DataONE model and how this NSF funded network of data repositories is implementing best practices for deposit, provenance, access, sustainability and reuse for earth sciences data.

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Free

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Oct 25th, 2:00 PM

Free Webinar: Open Data Repositories: Creating Equitable and Sustainable Data Access

The ALA (American Library Association and its units) and the ALA-APA (Allied Professional Association) (collectively “ALA”) use the personal data you provide to the ALA to process membership, inform you of products, services, conferences, education opportunities, events and for other purposes which are within the Association’s mission. To accomplish these actions, ALA contracts with third-parties who gather and process personal data to complete interactions such as online purchases, conference registration, and fulfillment. The personal data as provided is processed and stored as a legitimate Interest to the ALA in order to fulfill your requests for information and services from ALA.
For more information, review ALA’S PRIVACY POLICY.

The push for open data has become ubiquitous, but challenges are still ahead in attaining equitable and sustainable access through disciplinary, institutional, and publisher repositories. This webcast will briefly review the current landscape of data repositories and the challenges researchers continue to face. We'll discuss how repositories present opportunities and threats to equitable and sustainable access. We'll then explore the DataONE model and how this NSF funded network of data repositories is implementing best practices for deposit, provenance, access, sustainability and reuse for earth sciences data.