Train the-Trainer Using the New England Collaborative Data Management Curriculum to Teach RDM

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Lamar Soutter Library Director Elaine Martin presents an overview of the data management educational curriculum for librarians. She explains how data management skills can be used to help facilitate medical research and provide added value to medical libraries and information institutions. The future of data management and next steps are included.

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  • What are the Frameworks?Building blocks for the courseModular (generic)Case-based (provides subject specificity)NSF simplified data management planReadings and suggested activitiesAssessmentsLesson plans for teaching RDM
  • Point here is that the modules are generic and not discipline-specific
  • Cases show subject-specificity; there are currently 7 cases available on the site; three additional cases are underway
  • Refer them to Frameworks
  • We adapted module 1 to be a stand-alone module for use in a Intro or 90-minute session. We tested this withn CCTS at UMMS.
  • Highlight lectures from local librarians working with RDM (policy, preservation, IRs, metadata, DMPS)Mid-term project research data interview and data management planFinal project; write the case to add to the database; poster session for April escience symposium
  • Refer participants to their packets and piloting sign up sheets
  • Refer to Join the Collaboration tab on website.
  • Give heads up on Join the Community tab on website.
  • Give heads up on Join the Community tab on website.
  • Train the-Trainer Using the New England Collaborative Data Management Curriculum to Teach RDM

    1. 1. Train-the-Trainer Using the New England Collaborative Data Management Curriculum to Teach RDM Elaine Martin, MLS, DA Director of Library Services, Lamar Soutter Library Director of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, New England Region New England Data Management Curriculum
    2. 2. Introductions • Who you are • What you hope to walk away with from the class • Your prior experiences teaching RDM (if any) New England Data Management Curriculum
    3. 3. Agenda • Morning • Afternoon - - Background Piloting information Review of curriculum Demo a research case Writing research case Breakouts Reporting/Discussions Wrap-up/Evaluations New England Data Management Curriculum
    4. 4. Objectives Participants will be able to: 1. Teach data management using the NECDMC 2. Use a case to teach the NECDMC module concepts 3. Navigate and use NECDMC website 4. Practice case-based activities 5. Pilot and evaluate NECDMC New England Data Management Curriculum
    5. 5. NECDMC Development History • Phase 1: Planning • Phase 2: Content development and local setting piloting • Phase 3: Expanded implementation • Phase 4: Evaluation • Phase 5: Building community: refinement and collaborative revision, additions, deletions, etc…. New England Data Management Curriculum
    6. 6. Phase 1: Planning August 2010-December 2011 “Planning a Data Management Curriculum…” IMLS grant w/ WPI Project deliverable: “Frameworks for a Data Management Curriculum” http://library.umassmed.edu/data_management_frameworks.pdf New England Data Management Curriculum
    7. 7. Role of Having Teaching Cases Ortho Case (2011) Vitamin D Bipolar Depression Case (2013)
    8. 8. Lesson Plans • Learner Objectives • Module Content • Activities • Assessment • Readings New England Data Management Curriculum
    9. 9. Phase 2: Content Development May 2012-November 2013 Expanded collaboration of content contributors (Tufts, UMA, Northeastern, MBL/WHOI) Funding from NN/LM,NER Content developers teamed up to create lecture notes, slides, and additional cases New England Data Management Curriculum
    10. 10. Phase 2: Local Piloting • NN/LM, MAR Class (Philadelphia, April) • 90 minute class for UMMS CTSA • 15-week Simmons GSLIS New England Data Management Curriculum
    11. 11. Phase 2: Local Piloting http://www.slideshare.net/ElaineMartin1/20130801creamerkafelmartinmanagingyourdatacct-sslides New England Data Management Curriculum
    12. 12. 532G-01 Scientific Data Management https://sites.google.com/a/vt.edu/srdm/ New England Data Management Curriculum
    13. 13. Phase 3: Piloting Beyond UMMS • • • • • Train-the-Trainer class and webinar Make the curriculum available (site launches today) Solicit partner sites throughout the U.S. and Canada Participate in evaluation and feedback loop Potentially add to the database of cases http://library.umassmed.edu/necdmc/ New England Data Management Curriculum
    14. 14. Piloting Activities • Teach one or more NECDMC modules • Use one or more cases • Implement student evaluation forms and send to UMMS for compilation • Participate in instructor survey and individual phone interview conducted by UMMS consultant • Add to database of cases (optional) New England Data Management Curriculum
    15. 15. Phase 4: Evaluation • Student evaluations (available on website) • Instructor surveys • Instructor interview New England Data Management Curriculum
    16. 16. Phase 5: Reports from Community • • • • Share experiences from pilot sites Elicit lessons learned Share best practices for teaching RDM Revise curriculum as needed and add to database of cases • Report results New England Data Management Curriculum
    17. 17. What we’re doing today… • Walk you through NECDMC content and how to create a case • Illustrate RDM principles and suggest teaching methods • Hands-on activities providing practice using NECDMC teaching materials • Discussion—what will you do with this material? Would you want to participate as a pilot? New England Data Management Curriculum

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