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Title Strategies for preservation of and open access to scientific data in China [electronic resource] : summary of a workshop / Paul F. Uhlir and Julie M. Esanu, rapporteurs ; U.S. National Committee for CODATA, Board on International Scientific Organizations, National Research Council of the National Academies.

Imprint Washington, D.C. : National Academies Press, ©2006.

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Description 1 online resource (xviii, 131 pages)
Note Workshop held June 22-24, 2004 in Beijing, China.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Presentations on China's scientific data sharing policy and project -- The development of China's scientific data sharing policy / Jinpei Cheng -- Introduction to the China Scientific Data Sharing Project / Xian'en Zhang -- Summaries of presentations on international perspectives -- Trends in development of international scientific data and information / Yasuyuki Aoshima -- Towards international guidelines for access to research data from public funding / Peter Schroder -- International perspectives on data and information for science / Carthage Smith -- Inter-academy panel initiatives on promoting access to scientific information / Michael Clegg -- Future role of the Committee on Data for Science and Technology / Shuichi Iwata -- China's National Committee for CODATA / Zhihong Xu -- U.S. National Committee for CODATA / Paul F. Uhlir -- Summaries of presentations on cross-disciplinary issues -- Panel discussion on legal and policy issues: introduction / Paul F. Uhlir, Julie M. Esanu -- Global trends to restrict access to data from government-funded research / Jerome Reichman -- A contractually reconstructed research commons for scientific data in a highly protectionist intellectual property environment / Jerome Reichman -- Balancing the general public interests and copyright in scientific information management / John Willinsky -- Borders in cyberspace: maximizing social and economic benefit from public investment in data / Peter Weiss -- Policy considerations on government information sharing in China / Jun Li -- Comparative aspects of policies for open access to scientific data in the United States, European Union, and China / Chuang Liu -- Data sharing in scientific databases of the Chinese Academy of Sciences / Yun Xiao -- The data sharing policy of the Chinese Ecosystem Research Network / Panqin Chin, Tieqing Huang -- Data sharing policy of the National Institutes of Health -- Panel discussion on economic and institutional issues: introduction / Paul F. Uhlir, Julie M. Esanu -- The peculiar economics of scientific information / Theodore Carl Bergstrom -- Launching an open-access journal / Helen Doyle -- Involving the private sector in the environmental enterprise / Anne Linn -- Panel discussion on management and technical issues: introduction / Paul F. Uhlir, Julie M. Esanu -- Operating a twenty-first-century data center / Roberta Balstad -- Managing the effects of programmatic scale and enhancing incentives for data archiving / Raymond McCord -- Managing the effects of change on archiving research data / Raymond McCord -- Special considerations for archiving data from field observations / Raymond McCord -- Toward a balanced performance appraisal system in the digital era for data archiving and sharing in China / Zhengxing Wang -- Earth science data and information management in Western China / Chengquan Sun -- Data integration and management: the Protein Data Bank perspective / Zukang Feng.
Summaries of presentations on thematic issues -- Examples of life sciences and public health data activities -- The Chinese management and sharing system of scientific data for medicine / Depei Liu -- International medical scientific data sharing / Ling Yin -- China's contributions to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's Neuroinformatics Data Sharing Initiative / Yiyuan Tang, Ling Yin, Xiaowei Tang -- Long-term studies of human anatomy using the digital human and scientific data sharing / Donglie Qin -- The Protein Data Bank: a key biological resource / Zukang Feng -- The safeguarding and sharing of traditional Chinese medicine database resources / Baoyan Liu, Meng Cui -- Open access to scientific data on biological diversity: an urgent need for China / James Edwards -- The NIH Roadmap for Medical Research / Belinda Seto -- Examples of earth sciences, environmental, and natural resources data activities -- Progress in meteorological data sharing in China / Dahe Qin -- The World Data Center for Renewable Resources and Environment / Shunbao Liao -- Information system for earth science data of China / Jiansheng Qu -- Present status and future development strategy of China's sustainable development information network / Xiaofeng Fu, Xintong Li -- Progress toward a national spatial data infrastructure in China / Jun Chen -- Uses of seismic data and the importance of open access to major data centers in seismology / Paul Richards -- Existing infrastructure for international exchange of seismic data / Raymond J. Willemann -- Digital Fujian / Qinmin Wang -- Local and regional earth system science applications and associated infrastructure: the Mid-Atlantic Geospatial Information Consortium / Menas Kafatos -- Thematic issues in scientific information, journals, and digital libraries -- Policies and mechanisms for literature resource sharing: the practice of the Chinese National Scientific and Technical Library / Qiheng Hu -- Perspectives on the future of the library and on the economics of open access / John Willinsky -- An open-access future / Helen Doyle -- Other opportunities in the changing information environment / Pippa Smart -- Scientific information and digital libraries: can developing countries become key players in the information society? / Lulama Makhubela.
Summary Preservation of and open access to digital scientific resources are essential to global research, yet the challenges in storing and maintaining access to these collections are substantial. China faces major hurdles in this regard. A workshop held in June 2004 in Beijing convened scientific information managers, digital archiving experts, national science policy and funding officials, and representatives of development organizations to explore the scientific and technical, legal and policy, institutional and economic, and management aspects of creating sustainable and accessible archives of digital health and environmental data in China.
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Subject Communication in science -- China -- Congresses.
Freedom of information -- China -- Congresses.
Information technology -- China -- Congresses.
Science and state -- China -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Electronic books.
Added Author Uhlir, P. F. (Paul F.), 1954-
Esanu, Julie M.
U.S. National Committee for CODATA.
National Research Council (U.S.). Board on International Scientific Organizations.
Added Title Scientific data in China
Other Form: Print version: Strategies for preservation of and open access to scientific data in China. Washington, DC : National Academies Press, ©2006 (DLC) 2006284633
ISBN 0309661714 (electronic bk.)
9780309661713 (electronic bk.)
1280604476
9781280604478
9780309102308
0309102308