Identity Awareness and Re-use of Research Data in Veillance and Social Computing

 

Abstract

Identity awareness of research data has been introduced as a requirement for open research, transparency and reusability of research data in the context of eScience. This requirement includes the capability of linking research data to researchers, research projects and publications, and identifying the license for the data. This connectivity between research data and other elements in research ecosystems is required in order to make the data available and reusable beyond the initial research. In this paper, we examine these capabilities in the domains of veillance and social computing. The dataset cases presented in this paper articulate the challenges that researchers face as they seek to expose data created as a result of research activities.

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Hayes, A., Mann, S., Aryani, A., Sabine, S., Blackall, L., Waugh, P. & Ridgway, S. (2013). Identity awareness and re-use of research data in Veillance and social computing. IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS) (pp. 51-58). Danvers, United States: IEEE. DOI: 10.1109/ISTAS.2013.6613101

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