What content or case-related information did you like
best in the module? Why?
•Module 1, Q1: How well did this module prepare you to explain what research data is?
•Module 2, Q1: How well did this module prepare you to explain what a research data set is and the range
of data types?
•Module 4, Q1: How well did this module prepare you to understand why data storage, backup, and
security of research data are important?
•Module 5, Q1: How well did this module prepare you to explain ownership considerations related to data
Not at all well Neutral Very well
Lessons Learned: Teaching DMP to Librarians
• (semi) flipped classroom
• Lots of hands on (but takes time!)
– Good case studies are key
– Favorite exercises: Institutional resources scan,
file naming and folder structure exercise, data
storage case discussion, data de-identification
• Focus on importance of DMP for research but
also for our own day-to-day work and library
research --- “practice what we preach”
• Collaboration & relationship
• External & Internal
• Internal training
• Administrative support
• New hires
• Space redesign
• Continuing data consultations &
• New workshops
Kristen Burgess, MSLS
Clinical and Research Informationist
Health Sciences Library, University of Cincinnati Libraries