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I´d like to share with you a paper Esther Hoorn (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands) and I (Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands) wrote. The paper will be published open access in the journal Information Services & Use and will be presented at the ELPUB 2015 conference on Malta in September 2015.

Please share your thoughts with me.


Abstract. How can universities provide good advice about the legal aspects of research data management? At the same time, how can universities prevent that perceived legal risks become barriers to: conducting research, sharing research data, valorisation of research data, and control mechanisms for the purpose of scientific integrity? A Dutch expert group developed a creative approach based on some core ideas about regulation in the field of academic research.

The paper: Finding the Law for Sharing Data in Academia