Introduction to RDM from the international perspective
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The first part was about a quick introduction of the British Digital Curation Centre. The central part was dedicated to research data management and its different perspectives. Such as how to define a research problem, which policies to follow, which data have to be openly accessible. It was followed by a chapter about data infrastructure: on the international, national and institutional levels (the example of the United Kingdom). The last part was about presenting researchers’ roles: care for research data management planning throughout the whole research lifecycle, proper personal data management, making selection – what to keep and where to store it.
V prvem delu je na kratko predstavljen britanski Digital Curation Centre. Osrednje vprašanje je namenjeno ravnanju z raziskovalnimi podatki in različnim vidikom le-tega, kot npr. kako opredelimo raziskovalni problem, katerim politikam sledimo, kateri podatki morajo biti odprto dostopni. Sledi poglavje o podatkovni infrastrukturi: na mednarodni, državni in institucionalni ravni (primer Velike Britanije). V zadnjem delu je predstavljena raziskovalčeva vloga: skrb za načrtovanje ravnanja z raziskovalnimi podatki skozi celoten raziskovalni krog, ustrezno ravnanje z osebnimi podatki, selekcija: kaj ohraniti in kam shraniti.
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