Research Data Management: International and Institutional Intersections

Wednesday, November 01 | 3:10PM–4:00PM ET | Meeting Room 109A/B, 100 Level
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Interactive Presentation
The trend toward open science and policies at different levels has required institutions to design and implement new services to support researchers in managing and sharing research data. Panelists from Japan, United Kingdom, and the United States will share how their institutions are responding and discuss aspirations for greater international collaboration.

Outcomes: Recognize a broader view of policies and pressures facing institutions in data management * Explore real-world examples of how institutions are responding and designing new campus services * Understand the need for institutional and international collaboration and dialogue with peers


  • Miho Funamori

    Associate Professor, National Institute of Informatics
  • Shoji Kajita

    Professor, Kyoto University
  • Dominic Tate

    Head of Library Research Support, University of Edinburgh
  • Perry Willett

    Digital Preservation Services Manager, University of California, Office of the President
  • Michael Witt

    Associate Professor of Library Science, Purdue University

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