Research in the big data era: legal, social and technical approaches to large text and data sets

Academic and Research Libraries with Serials and Other Continuing Resources and Committee on Copyright and other Legal Matters (CLM) are holding a session at the IFLA World Congress (Lyon) on August 19, 9.30-12.45.

Hope to see you there:

  • Mining large data sets for the humanities
    PETER LEONARD (Yale University, New Haven, United States)
  • Do we need to believe data/tangible or emotional/intuition?
    JEAN-LUC MARINI (Search’XPR, Lyon, France)
  • Copyright law and text and data mining: the research community’s perspective
    CHRISTOPH BRUCH (Helmholtz Association, Berlin, Germany)
  • Libraries at the centre of the debate on copyright and text and data mining: the LIBER experience
    SUSAN REILLY (LIBER, the Association of European Research Libraries, The Hague, Netherlands)
  • Big data: the potential role of research data management and research data registries
    JOY DAVIDSON and SARAH JONES (Digital Curation Centre, Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

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