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Title: 大專校院及研究機構學者研究資料使用、管理與分享認知及行為之研究
A Study on Research Data Use, Management and Sharing Cognition and Behavior of Universities and Research Institutes Scholars
Authors: 柯皓仁
Lu, Yi-Ching
Keywords: 研究資料
Research Data
Research Data Management (RDM)
Research Data Sharing
Data Management Plan (DMP)
Digital Scholarship
Issue Date: 2019
Abstract: 本研究旨在探討國內大專校院及研究機構學者研究資料使用、管理及分享認知及行為,希望瞭解學者研究資料獲取、研究資料儲存與管理、研究資料分享與再用等認知與行為。研究方法採用問卷調查法,並以立意抽樣的方式發放問卷,發放期間為2019年5月1日至2019年7月9日止,共回收了1088份有效問卷。 問卷結果顯示,在資料實踐方面,多數學者經常及幾乎總是創建新資料、使用研究團隊資料、研究資料儲存庫的資料做為資料來源,使用及產出資料類型皆以實驗類型為主。資料儲存與管理方面,多數學者對於儲存與檢索執行中及已結案的研究資料感到滿意。學者目前資料儲存的位置及認為供長期保存及取用的位置皆以自己的儲存裝置為主。超過半數學者沒有接受過研究資料管理相關培訓,但多數學者願意接受資料管理計畫的培訓,且有此需求。研究資料分享與再用方面,大部分學者認同將資料分享產出的資料,且也願意使用容易獲取的其他研究人員的資料集,多數學者有分享自己的研究資料與使用過他人或研究資料儲存庫的資料,但對於分享資料仍有疑慮,僅少數會公開資料給所有人使用,大部分學者希望能設立取用限制。 分析不同學科、年齡、研究活動比例的學者研究資料使用、管理及分享的差異,結果顯示,在大部分使用及產出的資料類型中,不同學科的學者有顯著的差異。資料儲存的位置在不同學科、年齡層、研究活動比例的學者中,皆以儲存在自己的儲存裝置中占多數,資料分享情形以分享給研究團隊或應要求提供的比例較高。資料儲存與管理認知,不同學科學者有顯著的差異,研究資料分享與再用的認知則是不同學科的學者有顯著差異,而不同研究活動比例的學者僅在一項認知中有顯著差異。 本研究之發現期能提供國內大專校院及研究機構進行資料管理等相關服務的參考。
This study aims to understand universities and research institutions scholars’ practices and cognition of the use, management and sharing of research data. This study explores the perceptions and behavior of research data acquisition, data storage and management, data sharing and reuse, and so on. This study adopted questionnaire survey methods and purposive sampling. A total of 1088 valid questionnaire responses were collected from May 1, 2019 to July 9, 2019. The results show that in terms of practice of research data, most respondents frequently create their own research data, obtain data from their research team, or download data from data repositories. Experimental data is the topmost data types used and produced. In terms of research data storage and management, large number of scholars are satisfied with their processes in storing and searching their own data within or beyond the project lifetime. The location of data storage for their ongoing projects and the location of long-term storage and access are dominated by their own storage equipment. More than half of the scholars have not received training related to research data management, but a vast majority of scholars are willing to accept the training of data management plan, and there is a need for it. With regard to the sharing and reuse of research data, most scholars agree to share their data with others and are willing to use the datasets of other scholars if the datasets were easily accessible. Although a large number of scholars share their research data and use the data from others or data repository, more than half of scholars concern about sharing data and only a small number of scholars’ data open available to everyone. Most of scholars hope to place conditions on data access. This study also analyzes the difference in the use, management and sharing of research data by different subjects, ages and the percent of research activities. The results show that in most of the types of data used and produced, there are significant differences among scholars of different subjects. Majority of the scholars in different subjects, ages, and the percent of research activities store their data in their own storage equipment and share their data to their team or upon request. According to the cognition of data storage and management, there are significant differences among scholars of different subjects. In terms of the cognition of data storage and management, there are significant differences among scholars of different subjects. Only in one cognition of data storage and management, there are significant differences among scholars with different percent of research activities. It is hoped that this study will provide reference for related services such as data management in universities and research institutions.
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