Material Information

Data Management / Curation Working Group, Meeting Agenda and Notes, August 27, 2018
Series Title:
Data Management/Curation Working Group Agenda/Notes
Smith, Plato
Yuan, Linfang
Norton, Hannah
Deumens, Erik
Ridgewell, Natalie
Hawley, Haven
Durant, Flecther
Gonzalez, Sara
Kiszla, Sara
Gitzendanner, Matt
VanKleeck, David
Neu, Ed
Taylor, Lauire
Leonard, Michelle
Maxwell, Dan
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, FL
George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
Physical Description:


Subjects / Keywords:
Data management
Data curation


Meeting notes for the UF Data Management / Curation Working Group.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
The author dedicated the work to the Commons by waiving all of his or her rights to the work worldwide under copyright law and all related or neighboring legal rights he or she had in the work, to the extent allowable by law.


This item is only available as the following downloads:

Full Text


Page 1 of 2 Dat a Management an d Curation Working Group (DMCWG )1 Mon day, August 27, 2018, 11:0 0 a m 12:00 pm, M arston Science Library, room 308 Attended : Plato Smith Christy Shorey, David Van Kleeck, Fletcher Durant, Audrey Dickinson, Matt Gitzendanner, Ed Neu, Dan Maxwell, and Peggy McBride Agenda and N otes 1. Guest speaker presentation Springer Nature Data Services Overview with Bob Schatz The presentation included a 28 slides presentation on the context surrounding the development of Spr inger Nature Data Services, potential benefits to researcher, potential to augment current institutional data support services, and associated costs for the service. Overall, those in attendance found the presentation interesting, relevant, and asked several questions with some requiring follow up such as the preservation infrastructure underlying the longterm preservation of datasets archived in the data services back end data repository. Another question involved a list of customers currently utilizing services and the is sue of format migration during the course of longterm preservation to accommodate technical obsolesces and sustainability of accessibility over time. Below are some key highlights from the slides in bullet form to assist in quick review of notes: Discussed some practical data sharing challenges Articulated positive correlation between discoverability and increased citations Discussed global trends in funder policies encouraging data sharing Introduced Springer Nature research data policy initiativ e Types 1 4 i. Type 1 Data sharing and data citation is encouraged but not required ii. Type 2 Data sharing and evidence of data sharing encouraged iii. Type 3 Data sharing encouraged and statements of data availability required iv. Type 4 Data sharing, evidence of data sharing and peer review of data required (See: Research Data Policy Types ) Introduced Springer Nature Research Data Services i. Data Helpdesk ( See: Research Data Helpdesk ) 1. Introduced features and data publishing team responsibilities ii. Research Data Support (new service) 1 DMCWG resources: and Data Resources Members: Plato Smith (Chair), Erik Deumens, Matt Gitzendanner Ed Neu, David Van Kleeck Hannah Norton Sara Kiszka Peggy McBride, Fletcher Durant, Val Minson, Laurie N. Taylor; Matthew Collins, Fletcher Durant, Christy Shorey, Audrey Dickinso n, Haven Hawley, Sara Gonzalez, Alethea Geiger, Dan Maxw ell, Joe Wu Alicia Turner, Adrian Gritz. Previous meetin g notes ( 7 /23/18 ):


Page 2 of 2 1. Provided example of making a dataset in LabArchives (ELN) more findable, understandable, and citable 2. Discussed the benefits of dataset enhancement 3. Provided a detailed illustration of an example dataset enhanced by Springer Nature Research Data Support serv ice 4. Data Support can handle different data types (See: data types ) 5. Features included but not limited to: Check for presence of sensitive information; Easy upload to Springer Nature Figshare repository; Organize files into a logical structure; Digital Object Identifier (DOI) generated for each dataset description; Enhancement report and feedback from Research Data Editor iii. DataRelated Training (new service) 1. Op tions include: Intensive workshop (1 2 days), seminar, day workshop or seminar. Webinar, trainthe trainer, and in person iv. Compliance Statistical Reports (new service) 1. Monitoring data availability to support compliance and impact reporting (in development ) Research Data reporting feature may be a possibility to augment current services. The slides are not available for public sharing outside of UF but may be viewed internally by UF faculty/staff. 2. Initiativ e ORCI D Brief updates Introducing ORCID for Research Administrators : What, W hy, and How? Webinar, September 11, 2018, 11:00 am 12:00 pm ORC I D UF next steps API discussion mee ting LibWest 419, 8/6/18 i. ORCI D @ UF Technical Lead, Chair o f UF Libraries IT ii. Discussed strategy for internal plan before outreach to campus partners 3. Training (fall 2018/spring 2019) Proposed training workshops: i. Data Management (general and discipline specific by funder) ii. FAIR Data Principles and Reproducibility iii. Data repositories (recommendations and selections) 4. Grants, Misc., & Other NIH SRP P42 proposal Data Management and Analysis Core ( in development ) ORAU Travel Grant visit ORNL DAAC and UTK Libraries/LIS (8/29 8/30) *NSF CRII ( submitted ) 5. Action items (ongoing ) ORC ID API progress UF DMP template List of fall 2018 and spring 2019 DMP tra ining workshops