Learning from data reuse: successful and failed experiences in a large public research university library
journal contributionposted on 16.07.2020 by Jung Mi Scoulas, Sandra L De Groote, Paula Dempsey
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This paper illustrates a large research university library’s experience in reusing data for research collected both within and outside of the library. The purpose of the paper is 1) to demonstrate when, why and how data are reused in a large public research university library, 2) to share tips on what to consider when reusing and reproducing data for research data, including issues of replicability and research ethics, and 3) to share challenges and lessons learned from data reuse and reproducibility experiences.