|Title:||In between data sharing and reuse: Shareability, availability and reusability in diverse contexts||Authors:||Yoon, Ayoung
|Keywords:||data availability | data curation | data reuse | data sharing | research data | reusability||Issue Date:||Jan-2017||Journal Volume:||54||Journal Issue:||1||Start page/Pages:||606-609||Source:||Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology||Abstract:||
Copyright © 2017 by Association for Information Science and Technology Although data availability cannot be considered the sole predictor of effective reuse, because only accessible and well-managed data can make reuse possible, data reuse is contingent on the availability of data. It is critical to understand the nature of shareability, availability and reusability, and their synergy and relationships, to further understand the dynamics of data reuse practices in multiple environments and contexts. This panel aims to closely examine aspects related to data shareability, availability and reusability, based on the assumption that each condition poses a cumulative effect on each other and impacts the efficiency and efficacy of the research data reuse process. The panelists will present their findings and perspectives regarding data availability, between academic and non-academic; data shareability and data reusability, social sciences and earth science, researchers' and journal publishers' perspectives. Presentations will be followed by an interactive session taking the team-based approach, with the expectation to engage participants in discussion and experience-sharing, and to contribute in terms of practice and research with the current knowledge and applications.
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