We are pleased to announce the publication of version 3.0 of the “Metadata Schema for the Description of Research Data Repositories” (Rücknagel et al., 2015). This updated version of the re3data.org schema incorporates feedback from users as well as...
2,000 Data Repositories and Science Europe’s Framework for Discipline-specific Research Data ManagementMichael Witt
By offering detailed information on more than 2,000 research data repositories, re3data has become the most comprehensive source of reference for research data infrastructures globally. Through the development and advocacy of a framework for discipline...
The Association of College and Research Libraries division of the American Libraries Association (ALA) gives the Oberly Award for Bibliography in the Agricultural or Natural Sciences every two years. This summer, the re3data registry of research data...
The California Digital Library (CDL) and Purdue University are adopting a new strategic direction for their EZID digital object identifier (DOI) services to support DataCite’s long-term sustainability and to improve DOI services for the broader community...
The primary goal of the conceptual model is to have a structured description of the service's architecture to improve and increase the usage of re3data (and its metadata) by third party services. Embedding re3data within the various stakeholder communities will advance re3data as a global information infrastructure for trustworthy research data repositories. A research data repository (RDR) is a subtype of a sustainable information infrastructure providing long-term storage of and access to research data. Research...
In order to channel and align the efforts within the COREF project, the Registry of Research Data Repositories – re3data is revising its conceptual service model according to the most important use cases of the various stakeholders working with re3data. Adopting and reflecting current developments in the research data landscape, the update of the service architecture in COREF is based on a bottom-up approach that addresses the results from a stakeholder survey and a stakeholder...
The inaugural meeting of the DataCite re3data Working Group was convened in Paris on September 20th at the offices of the International Council for Science (ICSU). Co-chairs Michael Witt and Frank Scholze gave the background and history of Databib...
How Long is Forever in the Laboratory? Three Implementations of an Infinite-Horizon Monetary EconomyJanet Hua Jiang, Daniela Puzzello & Cathy Zhang
Standard monetary models adopt an infinite horizon with discounting. Testing these models in the lab requires implementing this horizon within a limited time frame. We compare three approaches to such an implementation and discuss their relative advantages.
Purdue University System11
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey5
Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Organization2
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin2
Helmholtz Association of German Research Centres2
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology2
Helmholtz Centre Potsdam - GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences2
World Vegetable Center2