This panel will address the issues associated with the practice and service of open research data curation and discovery from a global perspective. The sub-fields of information science such as information retrieval, information curation, information practices and human-centered data science have approached the open research data initiatives from multiple lenses. The issues of data creation, capturing, curation, sharing, discovery and reuse of cut across the sub-fields. We will identify and discuss the emerging themes in open data curation and discovery drawing on active research projects, repository practices and research data capturing and reuse in a selection of disciplines from health domain to archaeology and cultural heritage.
|Proceedings- Association for Information Science and Technology
|Published - 22 Oct 2020
|MoE publication type
|A1 Journal article-refereed
|ASIS&T Annual Meeting -
Duration: 22 Oct 2020 → 1 Nov 2020