(4 resources)

Resources for Data Sharing: Tranche and Proteomecommons.org
Andrews, Philip - University of Michigan
2010-07-27 14:40:29-04:00
Ann Arbor, MI - University of Michigan - Hatcher Library Gallery
Duration: 00:34:12

Dr. Philip Andrews is Professor in the departments of Biological Chemistry, Chemistry, and Bioinformatics at the University of Michigan Medical School.
Dr. Andrews speaks about the impact of the Tranche Data Repository and Proteomecommons.org on data sharing, the peer review process and meeting data-dissemination requirements.
http://lecb.physics.lsa.umich.edu/CWIS/browser.php?ResourceI...
Data Sensitivity Analysis
Kanous, Alex - University of Michigan
2010-07-27 15:15:08-04:00
Ann Arbor, MI - University of Michigan - Hatcher Library Gallery
Duration: 00:10:23

Alex Kanous is Operations Manager of the Data Sharing & Intellectual Capital (DSIC) Knowledge Center, part of the National Cancer Institute's caBIG initiative located at the University of Michigan.
Alex describes the Data Sharing and Security Framework, an analytical tool developed within the National Cancer Institute's caBIG initiative and designed to characterize data sets in this manner.
http://lecb.physics.lsa.umich.edu/CWIS/browser.php?ResourceI...
Data Sharing Issues for the Social and Behavioral Sciences
LeClere, Felicia - University of Michigan
2010-07-27 15:25:42-04:00
Ann Arbor, MI - University of Michigan - Hatcher Library Gallery
Duration: 00:19:14

Felicia LeClere is the director of two archives at the Inter-University Consortium for Politcal and Social Research (ICPSR).
Dr. LeClere discusses some of IPCSR's legal and technical issues around data sharing.
http://lecb.physics.lsa.umich.edu/CWIS/browser.php?ResourceI...
Data Sharing - Why and How, plus a Q and A discussion
Grossmeier, Greg - University of Michigan
2010-07-27 15:45:07-04:00
Ann Arbor, MI - University of Michigan - Hatcher Library Gallery
Duration: 00:47:42

Greg Grossmeier is Copyright Specialist at the University of Michigan Library, where his time revolves around giving presentations and answering copyright and publishing questions for faculty, staff, and students.
Greg speaks on why data-sharing is not only good for the public, but also for your personal interests.



This recording also includes a short Q&A session with the audience.
http://lecb.physics.lsa.umich.edu/CWIS/browser.php?ResourceI...