Libby Bishop the Coordinator for International Data Infrastructures in the Data Archive at GESIS-Leibniz Institute for Social Sciences. She manages connections between GESIS and international data infrastructures, such as the Consortium of European Social Science Data Archives (CESSDA). She is participating in the Social Sciences and Humanities Open Science Cloud (SSHOC) project. She is also implementing a data governance framework at GESIS, addressing data access, licenses, and risk assessment. She publishes on the methodological and ethical issues of reusing and sharing data, and has a forthcoming article, “The practical and ethical challenges in acquiring and sharing digital trace data: negotiating public-private partnerships".
Bishop, Libby, and Kuula-Luumi Arja. 2017. "Revisiting Qualitative Data Re-use: A Decade On." SAGE Open 7 (1): 1-15. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/2158244016685136.Nach oben
Beitrag im Sammelwerk
Corti, Louise, and Libby Bishop. 2020. "Ethical issues in data sharing and archiving." In Handbook of research ethics and scientific integrity , edited by Ron Ifophen, 403-426. Cham: Springer. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-16759-2_17.
Bishop, Libby, and Daniel Gray. 2017. "Ethical Challenges of Publishing and Sharing Social Media Research Data." In The ethics of Internet-mediated Research and Using Social Research,Nach oben
Corti, Louise, Libby Bishop, Veerle Van den Eynden, Matthew Woollard, Maureen Haaker, and Scott Summers. 2020. Managing and sharing research data: A guide to good practice. Los Angeles u.a.: Sage.Nach oben
Arbeits- und Diskussionspapier
Bishop, Libby. 2017. Big data and data sharing: Ethical issues. UK Data Service. https://bigdata.ukdataservice.ac.uk/media/604711/big-data-and-data-sharing_ethical-issues.pdf.