Dane badawcze – usługi europejskich bibliotek akademickich

Carol Tenopir, Sanna Talja, Wolfram Horstmann, Elina Late, Dane Hughes, Danielle Pollock, Birgit Schmidt, Lynn Baird, Robert J. Sandusky, Suzie Allard

Abstrakt


Dane badawcze są istotną częścią pracy naukowej, a zarządzanie danymi naukowymi jest coraz częściej postrzegane jako ważna rola bibliotek akademickich. W niniejszym artykule przedstawiono wy­niki ankiety przeprowadzonej wśród dyrektorów bibliotek akademickich zrzeszonych w organizacji LIBER (Stowarzyszenie Europejskich Bibliotek Naukowych) w celu sprawdzenia, jakiego typu usługi (RDS - rese­arch data services) oferują europejskie biblioteki naukowe oraz jakie są planowane w przyszłości. Ankieta pokazała, że dyrektorzy bibliotek zdecydowanie zgadzają się co do znaczenia RDS. Jak stwierdzono we wcześniejszych badaniach bibliotek akademickich w Ameryce Północnej, większa liczba bibliotek europejskich oferu­je obecnie lub planuje doradztwo oraz informowanie w zakresie danych badawczych niż pomoc techniczną lub praktyczną. Większość bibliotek zapewnia wsparcie szkoleniowe dla swoich pracowników w zakresie umiejętności związanych z RDS. Prawie wszystkie biblioteki współpracują z innymi organizacjami wewnątrz swoich instytucji lub z instytucjami zewnętrznymi w celu oferowania lub opracowywania polityki związanej z RDS. Omawiamy implikacje obecnego stanu usług RDS w europejskich bibliotekach naukowych i proponujemy kierunki przyszłych badań.


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usługi związane z danymi badawczymi; zarządzanie danymi; biblioteki akademickie;

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