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Title: Development of Interoperable RDRs System in India: A Conceptual Proposal
Authors: T R, Manu
Gala, Bhakti
Keywords: Repositories
Discipline Data Repositories
Research data stakeholders
Issue Date: 17-Nov-2023
Publisher: INFLIBNET Centre, Gandhinagar
Abstract: RDM services in India is at the nascent level. Most of the libraries are still exploring opportunities and gaining knowledge in this emerging area to implement RDM services in the future fully. RDR is one of the essential RDM services offered by libraries. In India, there are over 50 RDRs are covered in But the maximum of them are general data repositories that cover factual data sources. Also, these repositories are separate among institutional, ministries/funding agencies and national data repositories and have duplicate data elements. In India, there is a need to develop a national RDR that is interoperable with ministry/ funding agencies level and institutional level RDRs and need to establish the national level research data services like UK Data Service, Research Data Canada, Research Data Management - Science Europe, National Research Data Infrastructure Germany, Swedish National Data Service (SND), Landelijk Co√∂rdinatiepunt Research Data Management (LCRDM) - Netherlands etc. to take the initiative of developing the national level interoperable RDR system in India. Therefore, in this research study, researchers have proposed developing an interoperable RDR system in India. It also identified the pillars of RDM interoperability and RDM stakeholders in India. It proposed the RDR system in India, which comprises institutional, disciplined or ministries and higher education departments, and national level central RDR.
Description: 26th International Symposium, ETD 2023, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, 26-28 October, 2023
ISBN: 9789381232125
Appears in Collections:26th International Symposium ETD 2023

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