This report from the Panel on Communicating National Science Foundation (NSF) Science and Engineering Information to Data Users recommends action by the National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics (SRS) on four key issues: data content and presentation; meeting changing storage and retrieval standards; understanding data users and their emerging needs; and data accessibility.
This report also includes a summary of the workshop that focused on the several aspects of the NCSES's current approaches to communicating and disseminating statistical information -- including NCSES's information products, website, and database systems. It included presentations from NCSES staff and representatives of key use groups -- including the academic research, private nonprofit research, and federal government policy making communities.
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|Appendix A PANEL ON COMMUNICATING NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING INFORMATION TO DATA USERS||12-12|
|Appendix B Workshop Summary||13-28|
|Appendix C Workshop Agenda||29-31|
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