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R Workshop - 10:30 am, October 18, 2013, Lewis Library Rm 225 -Sign-up online

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Sharing Research Data: When, in What Form, with Whom, and at What Cost? - 4:30 pm, November 14, 2013, McDonnell Hall A02, free and open to the public

Michael Carroll, Professor of Law and Director, Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property American University Washington College of Law, Founding Member Creative Commons

A talk sponsored jointly by Princeton University Library, the Office of the Dean for Research, and OIT

:::::private:var:folders:X-:X-OWDT2xFOywkbMZ8L-4rk+++TM:-Tmp-:com.apple.mail.drag:MichaelCarroll.j ????????????Should researchers share their data?  If so, when, in what form, with whom, and at what cost are among the issues researchers, their funders and their employing institutions wrestle with on a daily basis. This talk focuses on the emerging policy framework for data management, with particular attention to the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy's directive concerning data arising from federal support agreements, and on other legal considerations for data sharing including intellectual property, privacy, and contractual terms of use.

 

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