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標題: Developing Data Curation Service in the Academic Libraries: A Feasibility Study in Basic Medical Sciences
作者: 李勇德
Yong-De Li
關鍵字: 資料庋用;基礎醫學後設資料元素;data curation;metadata elements in basic medical sciences
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本研究從研究結果分析得到以下結論:1. 大學圖書館員對資料庋用的認知不足、對資料庋用持正向態度、能扮演資料庋用員或資料圖書館員的角色、未具備研究人員期待的相關能力;2. 研究人員通常將資料儲存於私人工作用電腦、對公開研究資料的考慮因素相當多元、降低研究人員公開其研究資料的疑慮能加強其分享資料的意願、研究人員對於「資料庋用」一詞沒有認知,卻有相關概念、不同研究人員對於資料庋用的態度不盡相同;3. 館員對資料庋用的認知單向影響研究人員的認知、館員及研究人員對資料庋用的態度會互相影響;4. 本研究設計之後設資料元素建議表能大致符合研究人員的需求、研究人員建議將研究進行次數、研究對象數目、和研究成果的連結、開放欄位、資料使用用途與使用規範等相關元素加入資料表。

The purpose of data curation is preserving, presentation, adding value, using and reusing research data. Through data curation, research data can be used more widely, reducing the cost of duplication of research data creation, adding long-term value of existing research data, and reducing the risk of long-term research value mitigation and research data obsolescence. There are few discussion about data curation in Taiwan, and no exactly example of data curation services, therefore, academic libraries and researchers of Taiwan have weak concept of data curation.
This study taking basic medical sciences for example and using questionnaire and interview to explore the perception and attitudes of academic librarians and researchers about data curation, and the relationship of their perception and attitude. Furthermore, this study design the metadata of data curation.
This study explored that: 1. Academic librarians have weak concept of data curation, the attitudes of librarians in data curation are positive, librarians can play the role of data curator or data librarian, and librarians do not have skills that researchers expect for; 2. Researchers usually store their research data in private PCs, researchers have many considerations for making their research data public, reducing researchers' doubts will let them share research data, researchers don't know the word 'data curation', but have related concept, there are different attitudes between researchers; 3. Only librarians' perception about data curation will influence researchers' perception, the attitudes of librarians and researchers will influence each other; 4. The data curation metadata designed by this study can almost fit researchers' need, and researchers suggested adding some elements, including 'research repeat time', 'connection to research result', 'open element', etc.
This study give suggestions based on the study results, including that adding incentives to make researcher joining in data curation services; Government should make related policies to develop data curation; enhance librarians' perception of data curation and related skills; Library should overall consider funds and human resource; Researchers can increase the frequency of interaction with librarians; Researchers and librarians can design and handle data curation services together.
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