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Using material collected from social media entails a number of legal obligations and complex questions of research ethics.
What things should be considered when thinking about publishing research data?
Combining the open availability of data and data protection is a central challenge for archives in the coming years.
Metadata is condensed information about data, quick to browse and utilise.
The acronym means that the source material, methods and data products of research must be findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable.
Citizen science is not merely crowdsourcing the gathering of research material; it also increases interaction and participation.
Researchers need skills and courage to build research designs that use social media so as to comply with ethical research criteria.
Researchers acknowledge and respect the work and achievements of other researchers by citing data created by others clearly and appropriately.
The best way of identifying a research subject is by their name, but their identity can also be revealed by other information.
The purpose of a data management plan is to guarantee the quality and validity of research data and its effective further use.