Document Type

Article

Department or Administrative Unit

Library

Publication Date

8-3-2020

Abstract

Today, more and more academic libraries provide or plan to provide library-based research data services (RDS). There are two major reasons: (1) science becomes more collaborative, data-intensive, and computational, and academic researchers face a series of data management needs; (2) research funding agencies require researchers to provide data management plans when they apply for a grant and publishers also require researchers to provide data when publishing research results. Tenopir, C. et al. (2014) pointed out that “academic libraries may be ideal centers for research data service activities on campuses, providing unique opportunities for academic libraries to become even more active participants in the knowledge creation cycle in their institution.” This study randomly selected some peer institutions and examined their “Research Data Services (RDS)” models to provide a baseline assessment of the current state of and future plans for research data service

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