Data Reusability Panel

Wednesday, April 19
9:00 – 10:15 am

Description: Data reusability is critical to peer review, validating results, and promoting open, transparent research. However, challenges and approaches to creating reusable data and facilitating access to them vary across domains. This panel will explore data reuse from domain-based perspectives and discuss the disparities and confluence of reusable data in the humanities, social sciences, health sciences, and STEM.

Panel Lead: Jamie Wittenberg, Indiana University

Panelists:

  • Ixchel Faniel, Research Scientist, OCLC
  • Lisa Federer, Research Data Informationist, NIH
  • Amy Pienta, Associate Research Scientist and Director, Data Acquisitions, ICPSR
  • Thomas Padilla, Humanities Data Curator, UC-Santa Barbara
 

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