The Texas Digital Library (TDL) will launch a new data repository service in Fall 2016 for the benefit of faculty, students, and staff and its member institutions. The data repository is an implementation of Dataverse, an open source data repository platform developed at and used by Harvard University. The Dataverse software platform allows researchers to publish, cite, and preserve their research data.
The TDL Dataverse Implementation Working Group needs your help to name the new TDL data repository. Help us to do this great new service justice by giving it a name that conveys its contributions to Texas researchers and libraries.
Entries will be reviewed by the TDL Dataverse Implementation Working Group and the contributor of the winning name will receive a $50 Amazon gift card.
Submit your ideas by Friday, August 5th.
For more information about the data repository, see the following information sheets: