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The five stages to data sharing: Depression

Applying the Kübler-Ross model[1] to researchers and data sharing, based on various attitudes and comments we have encountered over the years. Don’t take the presentation seriously, but take the content seriously. Part four in a series of…uh, five. 4. Depression … Continue reading

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The five stages to data sharing: Bargaining

Applying the Kübler-Ross model[1] to researchers and data sharing, based on various attitudes and comments we have encountered over the years. Don’t take the presentation seriously, but take the content seriously. Part three in a series of…uh, five. 3. Bargaining … Continue reading

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DPC scholarships for GESIS “First Steps Towards Digital Preservation” workshop

We’re pleased to announce that the Digital Preservation Coalition will offer two scholarships to attend our “First Steps Towards Digital Preservation” workshop in Cologne, October 23 (1pm) – October 25 (1pm), 2013. These scholarships are only available for participants from DPC member … Continue reading

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The five stages to data sharing: Denial

Applying the Kübler-Ross model [1] to researchers and data sharing, based on various attitudes and comments we have encountered over the years. Don’t take the presentation seriously, but take the content seriously. Part one in a series of…uh, five. 1. Denial … Continue reading

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“Variable baskets” or Lost in the Supermarket

For the most part the worlds of research and infrastructure get along well. We have a mutual relationship of need: with no infrastructure, there is little possibility for research and with no research, no need for an infrastructure. However, I … Continue reading

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