Researchers and Open Data – Attitudes and Culture at Blekinge Institute of Technology
||Linde, Peter; Eva Norling, Anette Pettersson, Lena Petersson, Kent Pettersson, Anna Stockmann and Sofia Swartz
||Researchers and Open Data – Attitudes and Culture at Blekinge Institute of Technology
||New Avenues for Electronic Publishing in the Age of Infinite Collections and Citizen Science: Scale, Openness and Trust, 173-177. ELPUB. Amsterdam: IOS Press, 2015.
||During March 2015, the Blekinge Institute of Technology library carried out an interview survey comprising around 36 senior researchers and postdocs mainly in engineering sciences, with the objective to get a picture of how research data is managed at BTH and to find out what the researcher attitudes are to sharing data. The survey showed that most researchers in the study were positive to sharing research data but lacked any experience of making data management plans and had little or no knowledge of data preservation or of sharing open data. Uncertainties about data ownership are also an issue.
||Attitude; Data Management Plan; DMP; Open Access; Open Research Data; RDM; Research Data Management; Survey
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