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RDAP14 Poster: Preaching what we practice: educating stakeholders about research data management at Purdue University


Research Data Access & Preservation Summit …

Research Data Access & Preservation Summit
March 26-28, 2014
San Diego, CA

Lisa Zilinski, Purdue University

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  • 1. Preaching what we practice: Educating stakeholders about Research Data Management at Purdue University Lisa D. Zilinski | Data & Metadata Services | Purdue University Libraries | Research Data Management Education Educating Students Training Library Faculty and Librarians Advising Disciplinary Faculty Data Management Plan Self-Assessment Questionnaire Libraries faculty are available to consult with disciplinary faculty on data issues and leverage tools such as the DMP Self- Assessment Questionnaire , Databib, and the DMPTool. The Data Information Literacy (DIL) project is working on designing educational interventions and curricula that can be implemented in different institutions. The Purdue University Press (PUP) partnered with the DIL collaborators to publish a book that provides concepts and ideas behind data information literacy, case studies from 5 different institutions, and the “DIL Toolkit” which can be used as a guide for librarians. The PUP partnered with Purdue Libraries faculty and leaders in data management in other institutions to publish this book which provides a framework for information professionals in the process of managing research data through the entire life cycle of a grant project. The Data Curation Profiles (DCP) Directory is a resource for library and information science professional who want information about the specific data generated and used in different research areas. The Purdue University Research Repository (PURR) is a collaboration among the Purdue Libraries, the Office of the Vice President for Research, and Information Technology at Purdue and provides a research collaboration and data management solution that is used to assist with writing a grant proposal, create a collaborative research space, and publish data sets.