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FSU's Institutional Repository, DigiNole, recently re-launched on an extensible Open Source software platform. One of DigiNole's anticipated growth areas is in handling research data, but what does that really mean? Is there a shared common definition of what a data repository should be? What kinds of functionality do data repositories typically have, and how does this functionality differ from institutional repositories? What features are most desired by researchers, and what features are necessary to ensure compliance with funding agency data management mandates? In this session, we will explore emerging answers to these questions, sharing what we have learned about the state of data repositories and how it has affected our plans to implement one at FSU.
institutional repositories, data repositories, islandora, public access policies
Brown, B., & Soper, D. (2016). What Should a Data Repository Do? Retrieved from http://purl.flvc.org/fsu/fd/FSU_libsubv1_scholarship_submission_1469633084