[Dini-ag-kim-forschungsdaten] WG: [DINI e.V.:] International Research Data Services Survey - 2018

Hentschke, Jana J.Hentschke at dnb.de
Wed Feb 28 09:49:15 CET 2018

Liebe Listenmitleser*,

hier leite ich eine Info weiter, die über die DINI-Liste kam.

Besten Gruß von
Jana Hentschke

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Jana Hentschke
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Von: dini-request at dini.de [mailto:dini-request at dini.de] Im Auftrag von Walther, Claudia
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 28. Februar 2018 08:00
An: dini at dini.de
Betreff: [DINI e.V.:] International Research Data Services Survey - 2018

Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren,

bitte beachten Sie die folgende internationale Umfrage zu Forschungsdatenmanagement und Bibliotheken.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen

Claudia Walther

DINI e.V. Geschäftsstelle
c/o Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Göttingen
37073 Göttingen
Platz der Göttinger Sieben 1
Telefon: +49 551 39-33857
claudia.walther at sub.uni-goettingen.de<mailto:claudia.walther at sub.uni-goettingen.de>
gs at dini.de

We would like to invite you to participate in a survey on academic library involvement in research data management in Australia, Canada, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States. This research project aims to investigate how academic and research libraries are supporting the management of research data in their institutions and how they are planning to develop services in the future. The survey is at:

We are inviting senior managers in academic libraries to respond to this survey which we estimate will take about 20 minutes to complete. If you feel someone else in your organisation would be more appropriate, please forward them this email with the link, as we request only one response per academic library. We would be grateful for a response no later than 10th March 2018. The timings of the survey have had to be determined by what works in the different countries and we do realise this is a busy time of year. We, of course, appreciate you are very time pressed and so are very grateful for your participation. Many thanks to those who have already responded.

This project builds on research previously carried out by members of the research team and others and has been specifically designed to allow comparisons with previous findings and across different countries. We feel the results will be of interest to practitioners and will inform future work by providing an evidence base of current practice and future directions. We are happy to provide you with a summary of the results as soon as possible after we have analysed the data. If you would like to receive this summary, please include your email in the relevant part of the survey.

The questionnaire uses an online tool but there is also a PDF copy of the full survey available from the project website (http://www.sheffield.ac.uk/is/research/projects/rdmsurvey) so you can see before you begin the types of questions asked. You may wish to use this to ask other staff to provide information or to pass it on entirely to a colleague, if necessary, as the online survey needs to be filled in at one time. We would like to receive one response only from each institution involved.

The survey uses the enhanced version of SurveyMonkey which is protected by username and password. No personal data will be collected in the survey and all responses will be anonymised in reporting. No individuals or organisations will be identifiable in outputs from this research. The research has been approved by the University of Sheffield ethics approval process. More detailed information about the research project can be accessed via the initial survey screen and the project website (http://www.sheffield.ac.uk/is/research/projects/rdmsurvey).

The researchers involved in the study are listed below and would be very happy to answer any questions you might have about it. If you have any problems accessing the online survey, contact Mary Anne Kennan.
Andrew Cox, Stephen Pinfield and Laura Sbaffi (University of Sheffield, UK)
Mary Anne Kennan (Charles Sturt University, Australia)
Liz Lyon (University of Pittsburgh, USA)

Dr Andrew Cox, Information School, Regent Court, University of Sheffield, UK. Tel: +44 (0)114 222 6347<tel:+44%20114%20222%206347>, email: a.m.cox at sheffield.ac.uk<mailto:a.m.cox at sheffield.ac.uk>
Dr Mary Anne Kennan, School of Information Studies, Charles Sturt University  Locked Bag 588, Wagga Wagga NSW 2678 Australia. Tel: +612 6933 4893<tel:+61%202%206933%204893>, email: mkennan at csu.edu.au<mailto:mkennan at csu.edu.au>
Dr Liz Lyon, School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh, Tel: +1 412 624 9436<tel:(412)%20624-9436>, Email: elyon at pitt.edu<mailto:elyon at pitt.edu>
Professor Stephen Pinfield, Information School, Regent Court, University of Sheffield, UK. Tel: +44 (0)114 222 2649<tel:+44%20114%20222%202649>, email: s.pinfield at sheffield.ac.uk<mailto:s.pinfield at sheffield.ac.uk>.
Dr Laura Sbaffi Information School, Regent Court, University of Sheffield, UK. Tel: +44 (0)114 222 2686<tel:+44%20114%20222%202686>, email: l.sbaffi at sheffield.ac.uk<mailto:l.sbaffi at sheffield.ac.uk>.

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