In an effort to help other researchers understand how and why one would release research data openly, I’ll be giving a presentation March 4, 2021 as part of Athabasca University’s Research and Showcase on Open Education.
(Recording to come.)
Below is a list of supporting resources as a follow-up to my presentation.
- Creative Commons
- Tri-Council Policy Statement 2018
- Scholars Portal Dataverse
- IRRODL 2010 statement on chosing CC BY license
- Athabasca University Library Guide on Research Data Management
- UNESCO on OER
- Source of Shaddim’s image CC licensing and openness
Open Data Ethics Text
Feel free to adapt this to your needs.
At the completion of this research project, the anonymized and de-identified data will be released openly through _____ [I said the University of Alberta Libraries’ Dataverse network], under a Public Domain license, making the data available for future secondary use forever. Electronic and paper files pertaining to this study archived by _________ [I said Peggy Lynn MacIsaac] will be destroyed five years after ______ [I said the end date of the course used in the study].