22 Survey Results: Survey Questions and Responses
Year N
1988 1
2002 1
2004 4
2006 1
2009 3
2010 6
2011 3
2012 6
2013 6
2014 3
2015 5
2016 5
2017 1
8. Which of the following statements best describes your repository service for data? N=46
An institutional repository that accepts data 29 63%
A stand-alone data repository 8 17%
A disciplinary repository that accepts data 1 2%
Other service 8 17%
Please briefly describe the other service. N=8
A consortial instance of Dataverse local preservation repository.
A constellation of platforms and services that support data curation.
In 2013, UConn Libraries launched the Connecticut Digital Archive, a program that provides long-term
preservation services to Connecticut based non-profits. Essentially, UConn Libraries is a customer of
itself and uses this technology to support a site that accepts research data.
Our data collection is quite small; we’ve accepted a couple of deposits for researchers who needed a
place to share data, and have also run a small pilot to test expanding the service, something we are
still investigating.
Self-deposit institutional repository + 2 format-specific repositories for large collections of images or
AV content.
We are currently using a stand-alone data archive but we are migrating to Fedora 4 for both
institutional repository and data archive services.
We are mostly reliant on centrally provided services from the California Digital Library. We have an
institutional repository that accepts data locally (est. 2010), but are transitioning to the UC-wide DASH
stand-alone data sharing repository (est. 2013).
We have several repositories, one for ETDs that technically meets the definition of an IR, but we do not
market it as such. We publish a significant disciplinary index and associated repository.
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