Repository Fringe 2016 - Poster Voting
Please use this form to vote for your favourite poster at Repository Fringe 2016.
Which do you think is the best poster at Repository Fringe 2016?
#1 'Research data sharing: what the FRIC?' - Rachel Proudfoot, University of Leeds
#2 'What file formats should data archives provide? Maximising the value of shared datasets' - Tristan Henderson, University of St Andrews
#3 'Research data on institutional repository: the case of Edinburgh DataShare' - Denise Machado, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
#4 'Modelling centralized self-archiving process in Finland' - Pekka Olsbo, Jyväskylä University Libary & Jukka Kananen, University of Eastern Finland
#5 'Sharing Thesis Data – how can we make it happen?' - Stephen Grace, London South Bank University
#6 'Getting too(o) easy: boosting Open Access compliance by tailoring approaches to researchers' - Michael Bryce, Kyle Brady, Kirsty Knowles & Jackie Proven, University of St Andrews
#7 'Mapping actions to results: using data to motivate and refine outreach activities' - Steve Smith, Kudos Innovations Ltd
#8 'SDA: Survey Document and Analysis' - Laine Ruus, EDINA, University of Edinburgh
#9 'Research Data Shared Service' - Rachel Bruce & John Kaye, Jisc
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