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New on the ARL Views blog—@cynhudson discusses @AAUniversities and @APLU_News's new Guide to Accelerate Public Access to Research Data and its implications for research libraries. #DataManagement #RDM #OpenData #OpenScience https://t.co/0HHTGV0Q0B— Association of Research Libraries (@ARLnews) April 27, 2021
The Association of American Universities (AAU) and the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) have released their Guide to Accelerate Public Access to Research Data, the result of two years of work and national summits as part of the Accelerating Public Access to Research Data (APARD) program.
As a tool and framework for university administrators—specifically provosts, senior research officers, and IT leaders—the four-part guide is meant to “facilitate adoption of new institutional policies, procedures, and approaches that actively support and promote research data sharing, while at the same time ensuring rigor in the research process and the veracity of its intellectual outputs.” Included throughout the guide are recommendations, actions, and institutional examples and case studies for public access to research data.