Data “Ownership”: Rights and Responsibilities
February 10 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Registration is required. You will receive a confirmation once you are accepted into the workshop and a communication with the workshop materials and Zoom links.
This workshop is open to all members of the UC Davis community. DataLab Affiliates receive priority registration.
This talk will discuss the nuances of “ownership” and copyright implications for scholarly research data. We’ll discuss various types of responsibilities when working with data, and identify relevant tools and services. After this talk researchers should be able to make more informed decisions about sharing and accessing data.
This talk is open to all researchers in the UC community. Space is limited. Attendees should have the latest version of Zoom installed.
Michael Ladisch is the Scholarly Communications Officer and Program Lead at the UC Davis Library. He provides guidance and support to UC Davis’ researcher community on issues related to scholarly communications, creates educational and outreach materials about intellectual property issues, and provides consultative services regarding scholarly works permissions. He also serves as the primary spokesperson regarding all aspects of scholarly publishing, barrier-free access to knowledge, changing scholarly credit mechanisms, and new modes of knowledge creation. In addition, Michael partners with campus units and other library programs to develop solutions for collecting, disseminating, and preserving new forms of scholarly communication. Michael’s full bio.