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We will discuss how to perform an "Environmental Scan" of your campus. This will help you identify stakeholders and partners in data management.

We will discuss how to perform an "Environmental Scan" of your campus. This will help you identify stakeholders and partners in data management.

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  • 1. Logistics for WebinarYou Must Call In ForAudio:866-740-1260 access code 9870179#Participants mutedAsk questions in chat any time20 minutes for Q&ARecording & slides, schedule of webinars:blog.dmptool.org/webinar-seriesDMPToolWebinar Series 4: Environmental Scan:Who’s ImportantonYour Campus | Sponsored by IMLS25 June 2013
  • 2. Environmental Scan:Who’s Important onYour CampusPersonalCollection:SherryLakeSherry Lake | @shlakeuvaData ManagementConsultant, University ofVirginia LibraryDMPToolWebinar Series 4: Environmental Scan:Who’s ImportantonYour Campus | Sponsored by IMLS25 June 2013
  • 3. 28 May Introduction to the DMPTool4 June Learning about data management: Resources, tools, materials18 June Customizing the DMPTool for your institution25 June Environmental Scan:Whos important on your campus9 July Promoting institutional services; EZID Outreach Made Simple!16 July Health Sciences & DMPTool - Lisa Federer, UCLA23 July Digital humanities and the DMPTool - Miriam Posner, UCLA13 Aug Data curation profiles and the DMPTool – Jake Carlson, PurdueHow to give the data management sales pitch to various audiencesOther tools and resources that work with/complement the DMPToolBeyond funder requirements: more extensive DMPsCase studies 1 – How librarians have successfully used the toolCase studies 2 – How librarians have successfully used the toolOutreach Kit IntroductionCertification program introductionblog.dmptool.org/webinar-series
  • 4. Roadmaphttps://www.facebook.com/charlottesvillevirginia Photo by John MacDonaldGoals of the WebinarEnvironmental ScanningScan based on DMP for DMPToolResourcesInstitutional ScanSupporting the ResearchLifecycleCollaborations & Partnerships
  • 5. Webinar Goals• Identify places in a DMP forcollaboration• Match DMP service needswith institution serviceproviders• Add resource links to theDMPTool to promotecampus services• Identify services to supportthe research lifecycleFrom Flickr by tbiytc
  • 6. RoadmapGoals of the WebinarEnvironmental ScanningScan based on DMP forDMPTool ResourcesInstitutional ScanSupporting the ResearchLifecycleCollaborations & Partnershipshttps://www.facebook.com/charlottesvillevirginia Photo by John MacDonald
  • 7. Environmental Scan• Formal assessment• Through informalcontacts• Different viewpoints• Different purposeFrom Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/svenwerk/
  • 8. Scope of Scans• Data ManagementPlan (DMP) for pre-proposal• Institutional level• Scan of Library DataServices (across thelifecycle)FromFlickr:http://www.flickr.com/photos/smiling_da_vinci/
  • 9. Roadmaphttps://www.facebook.com/charlottesvillevirginia Photo by John MacDonaldGoals of the WebinarEnvironmental ScanningScan based on DMP forDMPTool ResourcesInstitutional ScanSupporting the ResearchLifecycleCollaborations & Partnerships
  • 10. Parts of a NSF Data Management PlanI. Products of the Research: The types of data, samples, physicalcollections, software, curriculum materials, and other materials tobe produced in the course of the project.II. Data Formats: The standards to be used for data and metadataformat and content (where existing standards are absent ordeemed inadequate, this should be documented along with anyproposed solutions or remedies).III. Access to Data and Data Sharing Practices and Policies: Policiesfor access and sharing including provisions for appropriateprotection of privacy, confidentiality, security, intellectualproperty, or other rights or requirements.IV. Policies for Re-Use, Re-Distribution, and Production ofDerivatives.V. Archiving of Data: Plans for archiving data, samples, and otherresearch products, and for preservation of access to them.10Grant Proposal Guide (GPG) Chapter II.C.2.jhttp://www.nsf.gov/pubs/policydocs/pappguide/nsf13001/gpg_2.jsp#dmp
  • 11. DMP Services & Service ProvidersI. Products of the Research: The types of data, samples, physicalcollections, software, curriculum materials, and other materials to beproduced in the course of the project.II. Data Formats: The standards to be used for data and metadata formatand content (where existing standards are absent or deemedinadequate, this should be documented along with any proposedsolutions or remedies).Services ProviderWhat is “data?” Subject Liaison, DM Consultant(Library)Services ProviderMetadata Standards Subject Liaison, Metadata Librarian(Library)
  • 12. DMP Services & Service ProvidersIII. Access to Data and Data Sharing Practices and Policies:Policies for access and sharing including provisions forappropriate protection of privacy, confidentiality, security,intellectual property, or other rights or requirements.Services ProviderAccess to data Central IT, High Performance ComputingData sharing policies Vice President for ResearchPrivacy, confidentiality Institutional Review BoardSecurity of data Central ITIP – other rights Copyright Librarian (Library)IP – other rights General Counsel
  • 13. DMP Services & Service ProvidersIV. Policies for Re-Use, Re-Distribution, and Production of Derivatives.V. Archiving of Data: Plans for archiving data, samples, and other researchproducts, and for preservation of access to them.Services ProviderPolices Vice President of ResearchGeneral Counsel’s OfficePatent & Trademark OfficeServices ProviderDomain Repositories Subject Liaison (Library)Institutional Repository Library, Central IT
  • 14. Roadmaphttps://www.facebook.com/charlottesvillevirginia Photo by John MacDonaldGoals of the WebinarEnvironmental ScanningScan based on DMP forDMPTool ResourcesInstitutional ScanSupporting the ResearchLifecycleCollaborations & Partnerships
  • 15. Institutional Scan
  • 16. Current as of June 2013
  • 17. Department ContactsHoward-Tilton Memorial LibraryThe main branch of the universitys library system, Howard-Tiltonsinstruction and research librarians are working hard to providedata management and research project assistance to researchersof all levels, from undregraduate to faculty. Specializing inmetadata standards and data management plans, librarians alsooffer assistance in ontology creation, cataloging, and search tools.Name, PositionPhoneMatas Health Sciences LibraryThe library supports the educational mission, teaching, research,and patient care functions of the health sciences center throughthe acquisition, organization, and dissemination of biomedicalinformation.Tulane Technology ServicesTechnology Services manages and maintains the universitystechnology assets, including storage servers, archives, theuniversity network, Innovative Learning Center, computingclusters, and much more. For help with consultation about yourprojects infrastructure, backup and storage needs, long-termpreservation, or remote data transfers, theyre happy to help.Technology Transfer and Intellectual Property DevelopmentThe Office of Technology Transfer and Intellectual PropertyDevelopment is responsible for Tulanes technology transferprogram. It provides advice and service to Tulane faculty and staffregarding the management of intellectual property.Sponsored Projects AdministrationThe Office of Research Administration provides both pre and postaward services to Tulane University Researchers. Staff membersaid investigators in the development of budgets for grant andcontract proposals, and in filing required compliance documents.Office of ResearchThe Vice President for Research is a university-wide postresponsible for overseeing all aspects of research at TulaneUniversity. Priorities for the office include fosteringinterdisciplinary collaboration, aiding in the recruitment andretention of leading investigators, and building the researchportfolio in a manner compliant with government regulation.Office of Graduate Studies and ResearchThe Office of Graduate and Postgraduate Studies advancesgraduate education and enhances postdoctoral training throughprogram oversight, policy development, and implementation offocused activities.Faculty AffairsAnas responsibilities include assisting the Provost on all facultyissues, including promotion and tenure, hiring plans, andrecruitment. She serves as a liaison to the School of Liberal Arts,the School of Architecture, Newcomb-Tulane College, the Centerfor Public Service, the Stone Center for Latin American Studies, theH. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College Institute, and StudentAffairs.Researcher Services, Tulane University Libraryhttp://library.tulane.edu/researchers/contacts
  • 18. Formal Assessment
  • 19. Roadmaphttps://www.facebook.com/charlottesvillevirginia Photo by John MacDonaldGoals of the WebinarEnvironmental ScanningScan based on DMP forDMPTool ResourcesInstitutional ScanSupporting the ResearchLifecycleCollaborations & Partnerships
  • 20. Research Life CycleData Life CycleRe-PurposeRe-UseDepositDataCollectionDataAnalysisDataSharingProposalPlanningWritingDataDiscoveryEnd ofProjectDataArchiveProjectStart UpData Mining Data Curation&PreservationPublicationRights &RestrictionsDMPConsultingGrant Writing& PlanningDM PlanningMetadata &DocumentationData ProcessingHPC/VisualizationToolDevelopmentDataStorageDataSearchUVa Library: Data Management Consulting Grouphttp://dmconsult.library.virginia.edu/Data Services
  • 21. Research Life CycleInstitutional SupportData Life CycleRe-PurposeRe-UseDepositDataCollectionDataAnalysisDataSharingProposalPlanningWritingDataDiscoveryEnd ofProjectDataArchiveProjectStart UpData Mining Data Curation&PreservationPublicationRights &RestrictionsDMPConsultingGrant Writing& PlanningDM PlanningMetadata &DocumentationData ProcessingHPC/VisualizationToolDevelopmentDataStorageDataSearchPolicyInfrastructureResearcher Code of PracticeUVa Library: Data Management Consulting Grouphttp://dmconsult.library.virginia.edu/
  • 22. Roadmaphttps://www.facebook.com/charlottesvillevirginia Photo by John MacDonaldGoals of the WebinarEnvironmental ScanningScan based on DMP forDMPTool ResourcesInstitutional ScanSupporting the ResearchLifecycleCollaborations & Partnerships
  • 23. Library: Center of Collaboration• Neutral: works across theentire institution• Strong in relationshipbuilding: fostersdiscussions andrelationships, and cultivatesan existing support network• Service-oriented: uniquelypositioned as an intellectualservice unit within theinstitutionFlickr by http://www.flickr.com/photos/sergimontes/
  • 24. Librarians toinform policyLibrarians toinform policy
  • 25. Institutional Partners• Library working closelywith others• Policy development• Planning acrossdepartments & services• Facilitate serviceintegration• Ensure shared learningFrom Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/openthreads/
  • 26. ☛ ARL E-Science Institute:http://www.arl.org/focus-areas/e-research/e-science-institute☛ Oregon State: Research Data Services:http://ir.library.oregonstate.edu/xmlui/handle/1957/38794☛ Cornell University Library Data Working Group:http://ecommons.library.cornell.edu/handle/1813/10903☛ Research Data Stewardship at UNC:http://sils.unc.edu/sites/default/files/general/research/UNC_Research_Data_Stewardship_Report.pdf☛ Data Curation Profiles Toolkit:http://datacurationprofiles.org/☛ Data Asset Framework: http://www.data-audit.eu/☛ Lyon, L. (2012). The Informatics Transform: Re-Engineering Libraries for the Data Decade.International Journal of Digital Curation, 7(1),126–138. doi:10.2218/ijdc.v7i1.220Looking for More InformationPersonalCollection:SherryLake
  • 27. blog.dmptool.org/webinar-seriesFrom Flickr by Jeff KeacherNext webinar in 2 weeks:Promoting InstitutionalResources: EZID OutreachMade SimplePresenter: Joan Starr &Carly StrasserTuesday 9 July @ 10am PT
  • 28. blog.dmptool.org/webinar-series/
  • 29. 28 May Introduction to the DMPTool4 June Learning about data management: Resources, tools, materials18 June Customizing the DMPTool for your institution25 June Environmental Scan:Whos important at your campus9 July Promoting institutional services; EZID Outreach Made Simple!16 July Health Sciences & DMPTool - Lisa Federer, UCLA23 July Digital humanities and the DMPTool - Miriam Posner, UCLA13 Aug Data curation profiles and the DMPTool – Jake Carlson, PurdueHow to give the data management sales pitch to various audiencesOther tools and resources that work with/complement the DMPToolBeyond funder requirements: more extensive DMPsCase studies 1 – How librarians have successfully used the toolCase studies 2 – How librarians have successfully used the toolOutreach Kit IntroductionCertification program introductionblogs.dmptool.org/webinar-series
  • 30. EmailTwitterBlogFacebookuc3@ucop.edushlake@virginia.edu@TheDMPToolblog.dmptool.orgFacebook.com/DMPToolQuestions?