Research data retention and disposal process and metadata requirements
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Curtin University is a participating institution of the ARDC Institutional Underpinnings Program (2021-22). Curtin’s implementation project aimed at developing a process to manage research data retention and disposal based on recommendations set out in the Retention and Disposal element https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6392340.
Reusable outputs produced from the ARDC Institutional Underpinnings program are:
• Metadata requirements for retention and disposal: version 1.0 of the metadata requirements has been made openly available for community feedback. Metadata elements are grouped by data description, governance, access, retention, appraisal, preservation, and sharing.
• Research data retention and disposal workflow: The diagram provides an overview of how a retention and disposal metadata collection and decision workflow can work at Curtin in the short term.
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