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Mon, Jan 22, 2018, noon: Narayan Sastry

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Identifying a Set of Value-added Services in Support of Data Curation for the Development Data Hub

a PSC Research Project

Investigators:   Margaret Levenstein, Amy M. Pienta, Jared Alan Lyle, Peter A. Granda

ICPSR will deliver to the World Bank an evaluation of its current data documentation, curation, preservation, and dissemination activities as well as a set of guidelines and recommendations on the following:
• Data directive, with options and strategies for effective implementation
• Framework for data deposit and selection guidelines
• Training for World Bank DDH staff
• Terms of use
• Data acquisition policy
• Composition and skills of the core DDH curation team
• Data management plans, possible inclusion in data directive
• Terms of Reference, including options and strategies for working with different kinds of depositors and users
• Data archiving and preservation, to assure long-term access and usability
• Version management practices
• Data citation practices, including procedures for implementing DOIs

Funding Period: 09/06/2016 to 12/31/2017

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