Data Management Activities of Canada’s National Science Library – 2010 Update and Prospective

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DOIResolve DOI: http://doi.org/10.2481/dsj.009-026
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TypeArticle
Journal titleData Science Journal
Volume9
Pages100106; # of pages: 7
SubjectNational Research Council Canada; CISTI; NRC-CISTI; Scientific data management; Scientific and technical research data; Research data management; Canada; National activities
AbstractNRC-CISTI serves Canada as its National Science Library (as mandated by Canada's Parliament in 1924) and also provides direct support to researchers of the National Research Council of Canada (NRC). By reason of its mandate, vision, and strategic positioning, NRC-CISTI has been rapidly and effectively mobilizing Canadian stakeholders and resources to become a lead player on both the Canadian national and international scenes in matters relating to the organization and management of scientific research data. In a previous communication (CODATA International Conference, 2008), the orientation of NRC-CISTI towards this objective and its short- and medium-term plans and strategies were presented. Since then, significant milestones have been achieved. This paper presents NRC-CISTI's most recent activities in these areas, which are progressing well alongside a strategic organizational redesign process that is realigning NRC-CISTI's structure, mission, and mandate to better serve its clients. Throughout this transformational phase, activities relating to data management remain vibrant.
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AffiliationStrategy and Development Branch; National Research Council Canada
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NPARC number16825320
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