Building Relationships for the Effective Development and Delivery of Research Data Services

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    1. 1. ALA Annual 2014 20th Annual Reference Research Forum Las Vegas, NV June 29, 2014 Lynn Silipigni Connaway, Ph.D. BuildingRelationships forthe Effective Developmentand Delivery ofResearch DataServices Senior Research Scientist OCLC Research connawal@oclc.org @LynnConnaway Ixchel M. Faniel, Ph.D. Associate Research Scientist OCLC Research fanieli@oclc.org Kendra Parson Diversity Fellow OCLC Research parson@oclc.org
    2. 2. • What are librarians experiencing in the early stages of developing and delivering research data services? • How can librarian experiences and research data services be improved? Research Questions
    3. 3. Data Collection • One-on-one Interviews • 10 librarians • 3 Focus Group Interviews • 26 librarians Data Analysis • Initial codebook developed based on interview protocol and expanded Research Methods
    4. 4. Data Management Experience (N=36) 31% (11) 47% (17) 19% (7) 3% (1) None Some A Lot Not Indicated
    5. 5. Years of Library Experience 31% (11) 17% (6) 19% (7) 19% (7) 11% (4) 3% (1) 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 1-2 Years 3-5 Years 6-10 Years 11-20 Years 21+ Years Not Indicated (N=36)
    6. 6. Full-time Equivalent Student Enrollment 6% (2) 50% (18) 19% (7) 6% (2) 17% (6) 3% (1) 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% (N=36)
    7. 7. • Learning 36.1% • Interesting 30.6% • Building Relationships 22.2% Librarian Benefits (N=36)
    8. 8. • Remain Relevant 33.3% • Engagement 11.1% Library Benefits (N=36)
    9. 9. • Time 27.8% • Unfamiliarity/Variety 22.2% • Lack of Resources 13.9% Librarian Challenges (N=36)
    10. 10. • Storing Data 27.8% • Working with Others on Campus 16.7% • Lacking Funds 11.1% • Providing Services 11.1% Challenges with Infrastructure (N=36)
    11. 11. • Does Not See Library as Partner 25.0% • Disincentives 11.1% • Variety of Data 8.3% Challenges with Researchers (N=36)
    12. 12. Uncertainty = New Opportunities • Evolve librarian role • Build new relationships – Within institution – Across institutions • Develop new avenues for learning – Research – Services – Skills • Reallocate time
    13. 13. What Should We Be Doing? • Building awareness of librarians’ early experiences • Identifying common strategic responses among libraries • Informing strategic approaches for development of research data services
    14. 14. Explore. Share. Magnify. Lynn Silipigni Connaway, Ph.D. Senior Research Scientist connawal@oclc.org @LynnConnaway Ixchel M. Faniel, Ph.D. Associate Research Scientist fanieli@oclc.org

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