We’ve been speaking to Goldsmiths about requirements for non-publication research output types including datasets and hope to keep the exchange going.
See the post on our sister blog:
In our draft data specification there is a field to ‘Describe any restrictions imposed on the dataset for security and other reasons’.
I’m keeping our IP Team know as we will want them to look as some test records and guidance for C4D and IRIOS to check if we have covered IP protection adequately.
As with the other two project Sunderland is involved in, C4D will be presented at EuroCRIS 2012 in Prague. C4D will be represented by both a paper and a poster.
The final draft of both the paper and the poster can be accessed below.
You may be interested in the more generic research outputs discussion notes on our IRIOS2 blog:
Following on from the original IRIOS project, we are pleased to report that a follow-up project – IRIOS-2 – began this month.
IRIOS, IRIOS-2 and C4D all comprise the same project partners, and all three will use CERIF and build upon and extend the Universities for the North East Information System (UNIS).