Data repository survey
Introduction
Dear participant,

Data repositories have a crucial role in the development of Open Science as they provide free access to the basic building stones of science: data. Ideally these data repositories will follow the FAIR principles (https://libereurope.eu/blog/2017/12/08/implementing-fair-data-principles-role-libraries/).

The aim of this questionnaire is to collect information about global data repository implementation and their degree of ‘FAIR’ness.

This questionnaire consists of 25 questions and will take about 20 minutes to complete. It is directed at the technical person responsible for repository development or maintenance. However another complementary questionnaire is available aimed at repository managers or librarians. If you have contact with such a person for your repository, we kindly ask you to forward this link: https://goo.gl/forms/svZLfqVMnKsYc0Sn2

Thank you very much in advance for participating in this study. We appreciate your time and input.

LIBER Europe’s Research Data Management Working Group (https://libereurope.eu/strategy/research-infrastructures/rdm/)

Consent to participate in this research
Responses to this questionnaire will be archived and used to obtain a comprehensive overview concerning the degree of ‘FAIR’ness of existing data repositories. The information that you provide will be treated confidentially. Findings will be compiled into presentations, reports and publications on an aggregated level (not on an individual level).

By filling in this questionnaire, you agree that we will collect your personal information and opinions for the aforementioned purpose. Your participation is voluntary, and you may decline to participate without risk. While it is helpful to complete the survey, you are free to withdraw from the survey at any time.

As a participant, you have the right to request information about your personal data that we have archived at any time. All participants have the unrestricted right of deletion, updating and correction of the stored personal data, unless required otherwise by the applicable law. This can be requested by sending an e-mail to: dragan.ivanovic@uns.ac.rs.

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