Data sharing: Empty archives

  title={Data sharing: Empty archives},
  author={Bryn Nelson},
LU ST RA TI O N S BY J. H . V A N D IE RE N D O N C K In 2003, the University of Rochester in New York launched a digital archive designed to preserve and share dissertations, preprints, working papers, photographs, music scores — just about any kind of digital data the university’s investigators could produce. Six months of research and marketing had convinced the university that a publicly accessible online archive would be well received. At the time of the launch, the university librarians… CONTINUE READING
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