Empirical Data Sharing: Visualization of Survey Results
In the attached file there is the visualization of survey results (Zhornova, O. & Zhornova, O. (2021). Sharing Empirical Data. Mendeley Data, V1. DOI: 10.17632/64dp6kpk7c.1) It shows answers to the questions of the questionnaire: 1. Rate the importance of sharing empirical data on the characteristics of distance learning. 2. Do your colleagues or other researchers have empirical data on the characteristics of distance learning? 3. Which of the empirical data you have collected are to be exchanged? 4. What is the most acceptable way of sharing empirical data for you at the moment? 5. Rate how important it is to: - share empirical data informally (e.g., at the request of colleagues); - upload empirical data as an appendix to publications in journals with clear data sharing policies; - deposit empirical data in thematic, institutional, and multidisciplinary data repositories; - post empirical data to corporate (university) sites; - publish ED in special data journals. 6. How important is it for a university teacher to be able to: - use an open license; - structure empirical data; - use non-proprietary formats; - use URLs and other codes; - link data.