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Research data management and preservation using PURE and Archivematica

Morrison, Alan (2017) Research data management and preservation using PURE and Archivematica. In: Repository Fringe 2017, 2017-08-03 - 2017-08-04, John McIntyre Conference Centre, University of Edinburgh.

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Abstract

The core of this brief session will present an overview of the curation and preservation workflow for research data currently implemented by the Research Data Management & Sharing Service at the University of Strathclyde. In particular it will examine the effectiveness of pairing PURE as a data repository with Archivematica as a data curation tool to deliver a practical framework for managing, distributing and preserving research data. The session will highlight the accomplishments as well as the limitations inherent in each system, and how - or if - their combination serves the particular data issues characteristic of a predominately STEM based technological university.