Who are the winners and losers of good data practices?
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Humphreys, G., & MacCallum, C. (2020). Who are the winners and losers of good data practices? [Video file]. https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.63602
Materials relating to the first webinar of Cambridge Data Week 2020. This session explores the broader view of good data practices, the consequences of this, and the progress made on embedding good data management in research. Georgie Humphreys focuses on the question "As a funder of research, do good data practices represent good value for money from their funders’ perspective?" Catriona MacCallum will provide a broad perspective of the data sharing landscape, discussing also the ties between data practices and research culture.
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