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How FAIR is your data? Copyright, licensing and reuse of data

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Held on 1 Nov 2018. Speakers: Baden Appleyard, Kate LeMay, Greg Laughlin

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How FAIR is your data? Copyright, licensing and reuse of data

  1. 1. How FAIR is your data? Copyright, licensing and reuse of data 1 November 2018
  2. 2. Attendees are muted. Please use the question box for questions and comments. We will have time for questions at the end of the webinar. The webinar will be recorded. The recording, transcript, slides and relevant resources will be emailed to everyone who registered and also made available on ands.org.au
  3. 3. Contents 1. Code for Responsible Conduct of Research 2. F.A.I.R. Principles 3. The Guide to Licensing Research Data a. Much material out there but ... b. What about a practical step-by-step guide? i. All up 3 ‘work flows’ and a few pages of text
  4. 4. Code for Responsible Conduct of Research Management, storage, sharing, communication of research methodology, data, findings, records and primary materials ● P3 “Share and communicate research methodology, data and findings openly, responsibly and accurately.” ● R8 (Institutions) ● R22 (Researchers) ‘Management of Data and Information in Research’ guide accompanying the Code coming soon https://nhmrc.gov.au/about-us/publications/australian-code-responsible-conduct-research-2018
  5. 5. F.A.I.R. Data Principles Findable Accessible Interoperable Reusable https://www.ands.org.au/working-with-data/fairdata
  6. 6. Disclaimer etc. · I’m a lawyer, but I’m not your lawyer. · The Guide is not intended to provide legal advice, rather, it provides ‘guidance’ and invites readers to obtain further advice if their needs require. · While copyright is an international phenomena, its characteristics vary around the world. The Guide only addresses copyright and licensing as relevant in Australia. · The Guide is primarily directed toward people and organisations or facilities that wish to share information generally, so as to encourage broad reuse of the data they make available. · The Guide is compatible with the F.A.I.R. Principles and the Guide to Legal Interoperability of Research Data: Principles and Implementation Guidelines, by the Research Data Alliance/CODATA. · Thanks to the people involved in providing feedback on an exposure draft of the Guide! Your feedback was both immensely helpful and gratefully received.
  7. 7. Legal Interoperability: The Licensing Decision
  8. 8. Subsistence of Copyright in Data
  9. 9. The Creative Commons Family ✔ ✔ ✔
  10. 10. Data Rightsholder’s Flowchart · This is primarily for people or organisations that create data, appreciating that we are also creators when we merge disparate datasets together. · This (and the other) flowcharts presume that it is the intention of the creator to share the data with others.
  11. 11. Data User’s Flowchart · This flowchart is directed toward data users, though it acknowledges that data users can also be creators. · Its primary intention is to ensure that data users comply with their obligations in relation to the data they are using. · Its secondary intention is to manage risk and (at least to some extent) support good organisational data management practices.
  12. 12. Data Supplier’s Flowchart · The data supplier’s flowchart is directed toward organisations or facilities, rather than individuals. · Its primary purpose is to ensure that, to the extent possible, data sourced through the supplier is legally interoperable. · Its secondary purpose is to manage risk for the data supplier and reduce transaction costs for users.
  13. 13. Take Home Points Data rightsholders - · If you publish a dataset, apply a licence. If you want your data to be widely re-used, apply an open licence. · Don’t create your own open licence. The last thing the world needs is another ‘open’ licence! Data users - Comply with licences that have been applied to the data you are using. In the case of CC licences, you accept the terms of the licence by using the data. Data suppliers - Ensure your facility is equipped with the policies and functionality to supply data with an appropriate licence.
  14. 14. Thank you Questions?
  15. 15. With the exception of third party images or where otherwise indicated, this work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. The ARDC is supported by the Australian Government through the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy Program
  16. 16. Building on the past, planning for the future The ARDC is supported by the Australian Government through the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy Program