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Data citation is a key practice that supports the recognition of data creation as a primary research output rather than as a mere byproduct of research. Providing reliable access to research data should be a routine practice, similar to the practice of linking researchers to bibliographic references. After completing this lesson, participants should be able to define data citation and describe its benefits; to identify the roles of various actors in supporting data citation; to recognize common metadata elements and persistent data locators and describe the process for obtaining one, and to summarize best practices for supporting data citation.
Cite this lesson:DataONE Community Engagement & Outreach Working Group (2017) "Data Citation". Accessed through the Data Management Skillbuilding Hub at https://dataoneorg.github.io/Education/lessons/08_citation/index on Aug 31, 2020