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Module 8: Curation & Preservation for Data

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Description: Module 8: Curation and Preservation for Data, Best Practices for Biomedical Research Data Management. This module focuses on thinking about how the characteristics of long term data curation and preservation build on what you might be more familiar with active data management and the steps and activities and reviewing good practices for data curation and preservation.

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Module 8: Curation & Preservation for Data This module will emphasize characteristics of long-term data curation and preservation that build on and extend active data management. Distinguishing between curation and preservation is important for understanding their importance throughout the research data life cycle. Best practices and models will be foundational for offering data curation and prese...

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