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16 February 2023

Data available on request: exploring a challenge in research data sharing

The 2022 State of Open Data report shows a growing consensus that data produced by researchers should be made openly available. But clear challenges remain. This webinar will be held on Thursday, Feb. 16, at 9 am EST. 

A recent article reported only 6.8% of authors declared data as "available on request" actually shared their data when requested. Other research indicates that long-term data availability is best safeguarded by repositories. With the background of a growing drive toward open and transparent data sharing, there is a pressing question of how best to achieve the goals laid out in high level policies.

In this webinar, a panel of experts will discuss:

  • Should ‘data available on request’ continue to be a valid data statement? If not, what’s the best approach to move away from this quite common statement?
  • What is the best approach for long-term data availability?
  • How can publishers, funders, research institutes, peer reviewers and authors work together to ensure data are available? How should research data factor into credit and researcher assessment criteria?

Registration is now open. 

View the report and learn more on the Springer Nature website. 

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