New at Dryad: Support for NIH-funded researchers

As the National Institutes of Health (NIH) new Policy for Data Management and Sharing goes into effect, NIH-funded researchers may be wondering how to ensure they comply with the new requirements. Dryad’s curated data publishing service provides an excellent option for sharing your data and meeting your funder’s expectations.  Continue reading

Dryad in the community: New data sharing mandates and the role of academic libraries

In this presentation, Dryad’s Head of Community Engagement, Sarah Lippincott is joined by fellow presenters Michael Casp, Head of Production Division at J&J Editorial, Emma Molls, Director of Open Research & Publishing at University of Minnesota Libraries, and Alberto Pepe, Director of Strategy and Innovation at Wiley and Co-founder of Authorea. Sarah reviews some pertinent highlights from the Nelson memo and NIH policies, two of the major developments that will impact data sharing over the next few years. and concludes with a discussion on how libraries can help researchers move from data sharing to data publishing. Continue reading

Dryad in the community: From publication to reuse: making data in Dryad data science friendly

Available to watch now: “From Publication to Reuse: Making Data in Dryad Data Science Friendly”, part of the Coalition for Networked Information’s video briefings series. In this video, learn about Dryad’s new and upcoming capabilities to support data set usability … Continue reading