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Exposing Standardization and Consistency Issues in Repository Metadata Requirements for Data Deposition

Title
Exposing Standardization and Consistency Issues in Repository Metadata Requirements for Data Deposition
Authors
Kim, JihyunYakel, ElizabethFaniel, Ixchel M.
Ewha Authors
김지현
SCOPUS Author ID
김지현scopus
Issue Date
2019
Journal Title
COLLEGE & RESEARCH LIBRARIES
ISSN
0010-0870JCR Link

2150-6701JCR Link
Citation
COLLEGE & RESEARCH LIBRARIES vol. 80, no. 6, pp. 843 - 875
Publisher
ASSOC COLL RESEARCH LIBRARIES
Indexed
SSCI; SCOPUS WOS
Document Type
Article
Abstract
We examine common and unique metadata requirements and their levels of description, determined by the data deposit forms of 20 repositories in three disciplines-archaeology, quantitative social science, and zoology. The results reveal that requirements relating to Creator, Description, Contributor, Date, Relation, and Location are common, whereas those regarding Publisher and Language are rarely listed across the disciplines. Data-level descriptions are more common than study-and file-level descriptions. The results suggest that repositories should require detailed study-level descriptions and information about data usage licenses and access rights. Moreover, repositories should determine metadata requirements in a standardized and consistent manner.
DOI
10.5860/crl.80.6.843
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