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Discussions and presentations by data managers and researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison about challenges and successes in stewarding research data.

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Discussions and presentations by data managers and researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison about challenges and successes in stewarding research data.

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    Data sharing in research communities

    Data sharing in research communities

    Amy Remm and Paul Wilhite discuss the following questions about data-sharing in their research groups: Who do you share data with? How do you share data? How has data sharing advanced research in your field? What are the benefits of sharing data?

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    Why data management is important

    Why data management is important

    Bruce Maas and Garret Suen discuss their vision for data management and answer these questions: Why does it matter how researchers manage their data? What is your vision for data preservation and management in the next five to ten years?

    • 5 min
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    Metadata

    Metadata

    Cindy Severt and Peter Schoephoester describe what metadata and documentation are like in their disciplinary areas and address the following: Why is metadata important? What forms can metadata be in? What information does metadata document? Why is it important to standardize metadata?

    • 6 min
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    Long term preservation

    Long term preservation

    Corinna Gries, John Magnuson, and Martin Merck talk about their long-lived data collections and provide answers to the following: What is best practice in data preservation? What are the challenges of long-term preservation? How long do you plan to maintain your data? What are your strategies for preserving data?

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    Escaping Datageddon with LIS 341

    Escaping Datageddon with LIS 341

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