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Love Data Week: If You Share It, Will They Come? Exploring How Open Data Are Reused

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Increasingly, researchers are sharing their data, especially with journals and funders beginning to require open data. But what happens with these datasets once they’re out there? This talk will discuss research analyzing data use requests to several NIH-funded repositories, exploring who has requested data and what they are doing with it. These findings provide insights to help understand how to most effectively share and reuse data – and potentially help allay concerns that some researchers have about sharing their data.

Presenter: Lisa Federer, Data Science and Open Science Librarian at the National Library of Medicine

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Region/Office: National
Feb 11, 2021
1:00PM - 1:30PM ET
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Continuing Education Credits: 
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Love Data Week is an annual international celebration of all aspects of data – its management, preservation, sharing, use and re-use, and more. This February 8th-12th, NNLM is spotlighting four experts on various aspects of open data for a week of learning and sharing in the spirit of “open.”
 
At four 30 minute “coffee chat” sessions on Monday through Thursday, listen to each one of our guest experts discuss their work and answer audience questions in an informal setting. Then, join us on Friday as part of the RDM Webinar Series for a moderated panel discussion with all speakers to discuss bigger questions about their experiences working with open data.
 
Please register separately for each session.