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LSE Research Data Management Data Sharing Objections FAQs and Naughts and Crosses Game

Horton, Laurence

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      <creatorName>Horton, Laurence</creatorName>
      <affiliation>London School of Economics and Political Science</affiliation>
    <title>LSE Research Data Management Data Sharing Objections FAQs and Naughts and Crosses Game</title>
    <subject>Research Data Management</subject>
    <subject>Naughts and Crosses</subject>
    <subject>Data sharing</subject>
    <subject>X and O</subject>
    <date dateType="Issued">2016-09-08</date>
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    <description descriptionType="Abstract">&lt;p&gt;This collection comprises of a set of common objections to data sharing. There are two components. One is a pdf of common objections to data sharing, with suggested responses to these objections. The other are&amp;nbsp;powerpoint slides for game of naughts and crosses (also known as&amp;nbsp;Tic-tac-toe or X and O) based on these common objections to data sharing. Like the TV version, players are expected to win the square by, in this case, providing a satisfactory response to a data sharing objection. There are two versions of the game. One is a plain slide version, another is a version using a screen shot from the 1970s&amp;nbsp;British comedy&amp;nbsp;game show, &amp;quot;Celebrity Squares&amp;quot;.&lt;/p&gt;</description>
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