Sharing Data is a Shared Responsibility

Science and Engineering Ethics 16 (4):801-803 (2010)
Abstract
Research data should be made readily available. A robust data-sharing plan, led by the principal investigator of the research project, requires considerable administrative and operational resources. Because external support for data sharing is minimal, principal investigators should consider engaging existing institutional information experts, such as librarians and information systems personnel, to participate in data-sharing efforts
Keywords Data sharing  Science librarians  Information Systems professionals
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