Exploring the research landscape of an institution has often meant turning to traditional academic databases like Web of Science or Scopus for publication information. However, open data is changing how we understand research.
One important aspect of research data management is data sharing and reuse. This post introduces a few common data licenses that enable data creators to explain what users may or may not do with a given work.
Data is the foundation of information and knowledge. Making data openly accessible and free to use can support governments, businesses and individuals to create new value that can benefit the society, economy, and environment.
A smart city uses innovation and technology to address urban challenges, improve the effectiveness of public services, make the city more liveable and sustainable. To achieve these, open data is an essential foundation.
Increasingly, researchers are expected to actively manage their research data throughout the life-cycle of scholarly interest. Learning research data management best practices has become essential, especially for early career researchers.