Charting the course: Developing a roadmap of research priorities in the Canadian RDM landscape
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Launched in 2015, the Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) Portage Network is dedicated to the shared stewardship of research data in Canada through developing a national research data culture, fostering a community of practice for research data, and building national research data services and infrastructure. Portage has a large network of expertise comprised of Expert Groups, each with mandates related to specific areas of research data management (RDM). The objective of the Research Intelligence Expert Group (RIEG) is to provide Portage with intelligence on RDM in Canada for a variety of related topics through the development and oversight of targeted studies designed to gather supporting evidence. In order to set priorities for RIEG, a high-level roadmap was developed to bridge gaps in our knowledge about RDM practices, developments, culture, and policies in Canada. To understand the current environment, an analysis of select sources was conducted using a taxonomy developed by RIEG. Topical areas were examined from an international and Canadian context to determine gaps and priority areas. This poster will offer an overview of the development of this roadmap, detailing how it helped to formalize recommendations for action, prioritize research tasks, and set objectives for RIEG moving forward.
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Melissa Cheung, Dylanne Dearborn, Lyne Da Sylva, Shahira Khair, Kathy Szigeti (2019). Charting the course: Developing a roadmap of research priorities in the Canadian RDM landscape. UWSpace. http://hdl.handle.net/10012/14755
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