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Monday, May 15 • 10:45am - 11:45am
Sharing Research Data for Accessibility and Reusability LIMITED

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Within the last five years, journal publishers and research funders have put increasing emphasis on the public accessibility of source data for reasons of reuse, replicability, and open science. This session will discuss considerations and options for sharing your research data and how to address these emerging requirements.

Moderators
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Stefan Kramer

Associate Director for Research Data Services, American University Library
Stefan became the Research Data Librarian at American University in August of 2013, and the Library's Associate Director for Research Data Services in October of 2014. Prior to joining AU, he worked in data librarianship and management positions at Cornell and Yale universities, and at the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin).

Speakers
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Brian Forst

Professor, Department of Justice, Law & Criminology, American University
Brian Forst joined the American University faculty in 1992, following three years on the George Washington University faculty. Before that, he was director of research at the Institute for Law and Social Research (1977-85) and the Police Foundation (1985-89). His research on prosecution, policing, and the deterrent effect of the death penalty is cited extensively. His current research focuses on legitimacy, the exercise of discretion, the... Read More →
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Jon Gould

Professor, Department of Justice, Law & Criminology, American University
A lawyer and social scientist, Professor Gould combines empirical research with policy advocacy to advance government reform and administration. His work focuses on civil rights and liberties, justice policy, and legal change, helping to make academic research relevant and accessible to policymaking. He has published on the subjects of wrongful convictions, hate speech, police conformance with the Constitution, and judicial treatment of race... Read More →
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Jordan Tama

Assistant Professor, School of International Service, American University
Dr. Jordan Tama specializes in the politics, processes, and institutions of U.S. foreign and national security policy making. His research has investigated presidential-congressional relations, foreign policy bipartisanship, the politics of economic sanctions, national security strategy, and the value of independent commissions. He is the author of Terrorism and National Security Reform: How Commissions Can Drive Change During Crises (Cambridge... Read More →


Monday May 15, 2017 10:45am - 11:45am
Third Floor Classroom, Room 306

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