Presentations

The Rise of Data Publishing in the Digital World (and how Dataverse and DataTags Help), at National Library of Medicine. Washington DC, Thursday, May 5, 2016

Presentation at the National Library of Medicine,  in a Symposium organized by the National Data Stewardship Residency, funded by the Library of Congress and the Institute of Museum and Library Services, on "Digital Frenemies: Closing the Gap in Born-Digital and Made-Digital Curation”: https://ndsr2016.wordpress.com/

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Sharing Sensitive Data With Confidence: The DataTags System, at ToTS lecture series, Data Privacy Lab, Cambridge, MA., Monday, December 14, 2015:

This talk introduces DataTags as a means of specifying security and access requirements for sensitive data. The DataTags approach reduces the complexity of thousands of data-sharing regulations to a small number of tags. Additionally, this talk looks at implementation details for medical and educational data and for research and corporate repositories.

 

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Data Publishing, at Harvard Research Access and Innovation Symposium, Monday, October 26, 2015

Talk by Mercè Crosas at the Harvard Research Data Access and Innovation Symposium:

http://projects.iq.harvard.edu/researchdataaccessandinnovationsymposium

The research community needs reliable, standard ways to make the data produced by scientific research available to the community, while giving credit to data authors. As a result, a new form of scholarly publication is emerging: data publishing. Data publishing - or making data reusable, citable, and accessible for long periods - is more than simply providing a link to a data file or posting the data to the researcher’s web

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