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Tuesday, April 28 • 10:00am - 11:25am
Leveraging Expertise to Meet Research Data Management Needs LIMITED

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Scholarly communication expertise and responsibility is often located in only a few members of an academic community. Librarians increasingly need to be knowledgeable and articulate about scholarly communication issues, including research data management. How to best leverage librarian expertise and build knowledge in these areas is an ongoing challenge. Stakeholders from two institutions will speak about their efforts to build capacity for data-related support and services in an expedient and economical way.  At Claremont Colleges Library, the scholarly communication librarian and a social science librarian are creating infrastructure that will allow the Library to expand its data services while also creating a transferable professional development model that will educate and leverage expertise around other scholarly communication issues. At Carnegie Mellon University, they have collected information on researcher needs for and attitudes towards university data services from data storage for archiving and sharing, to data management plans and open data for publications, to student and staff training in best data practices. They are working as a committee with members from multiple stakeholders on campus, data services, scholarly communications, office of research, computing services, and discipline liaisons to craft the most efficient and useful menu of data services to support researchers. These examples will set the stage for a robust discussion about how higher education scholarly communication needs can be met in and outside of libraries.

Speakers
avatar for Ana Van Gulick

Ana Van Gulick

CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow for Data Curation, Carnegie Mellon University
As a CLIR fellow at Carnegie Mellon I am working as part of a team to expand our research data services. As we work to build out new tools and services including data management education, an institutional data repository, and support for operational data I try to bring a researcher's perspective into the library. I also serve as the data liaison for the psychology department and brain sciences and am consulting on materials for the BrainHub... Read More →
avatar for Allegra Swift

Allegra Swift

Scholarly Communications & publishing, Claremont Colleges Library, Claremont University Consortium
avatar for Natalie Tagge

Natalie Tagge

Education Services Librarian, Temple University, Ginsburg Health Sciences Library


Tuesday April 28, 2015 10:00am - 11:25am
Chancellor

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