Thinking about Data Management Planning
AuthorMaienschein, Jane; Allen, Colin; Altintas, Ilkay; Barton, Michael; Collins, Perry; Cruse, Patricia; Ellison, Karin; Fortun, Kim; Goldstein, Daniel; Hutchinson, Alvin; Kohn, David; Laublichler, Manfred; MacCord, Kate; Reinhardt, Carsten; Rynasiewicz, Robert; Wellerstein, Alex; Bowker, Geof; Hackett, Ed; Harthorn, Barbara; Millerand, Florence; Parker, John; Ribes, David; Shilton, Katie; Shrum, Wes; Smith-Doerr, Laurel; Vann, Katie; Vermeulen, Niki; Wyatt, Sally
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This report comes out of a workshop held at the National Science Foundation, funded by a grant through the Science and Technology Studies Program by Program Officer Fred Kronz, with the explicit goal to help our scholarly communities better understand the need for effective data management. The list of participants and conveners appears at the end of the document. The goal is for the document to stimulate productive discussion in the professional societies and among other groups and individuals to lead to more robust data management planning for funded research. Of course, this is not just about compliance but also about opportunity to do more and to do it better.
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