Archive has multiple archive spaces under management in the UT buildings. These rooms are primarily intended for the storage of archive documents to be preserved. There are no costs attached to this. If an organizational component wants to store archives that are eventually destructible, this can be indicated in the declaration of transfer. Storage can take place in one of the buildings on campus, or at an external provider.
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It appears that the question if and to which extend the archival law applies for all research data cannot be answered unambiguously. The Archiefbesluit and the Archiefregeling are a further development of the Public records Act.
Starting from this duty of care, Theo Hoksbergen WUR selected the relevant provisions with regard to control over research data. Also the comments are from his hand. Archive documents are documents, regardless of their form, received or created by the public authorities and intended to be kept under their care.
Comments: research data is never mentioned by name. However, I consider them as archive documents. This article determines that research data should be filed at Universities and is therefore not owned by an employee.
Applies to both physical and digital. The public bodies are required to bring and keep the archive documents in good, ordered and accessible state, as well as to ensure the destruction of the appropriate archive documents. Comments: research data should be brought and kept in good condition, must be ordered in accordance of a particular system and in such a way that access to the data can be obtained without much difficulty.
The University is required to design selection lists in which at least are shown those archive documents eligible for destruction. Comments: for research data must be a retention period concluded in a legally established Selection list, showing whether they should be stored permanently or must be destroyed after a certain period of time.
The University makes a statement of the destruction, replacement or alienation, which at least gives a specification of the destroyed, replaced or estranged archive documents and indicates under which and what manner the destruction, replacement or alienation took place. A copy of this statement shall be retained by the public body permanently.
Comments: research data that is destroyed after the retention period as mentioned in the Selection list , is specified in a statement. This means that it is not allowed to the employed person, without consultation of the employer, to take the data away on departure. Metadata, or information about the information, are an important aspect of recordsmanagement. Two aspects are important:. Aspects such as reliability and authenticity are essential.
This contribution concerns the relationship of university archives and research data. It appears that this question cannot be answered unambiguously. Research Data Wiki. Pages Blog. Child pages. The landscape of present rules and requirements regarding to research data, for instance in the recently revised Code of Conduct for Scientific Practice and in the regulations applied by research funding bodies. Appendix F. Public records Act.
Browse pages. Jira links. Created by Unknown User urn:collab:person:surfguest. Public records Act art. Archiefbesluit art. Archiefregeling art. Context en authenticiteit The University ensures that of each of the archive documents can be established at any time: a. Metadata Metadata, or information about the information, are an important aspect of recordsmanagement. Two aspects are important: 1.
Comments: also in the archive world, it is important that information can be used again. No labels. Community Forums. Powered by Atlassian Confluence 7.
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