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Presentation delivered at the 2012 Charleston Conference, both in-person (by Hilary Davis) and via Skype (Barrie Hayes).

Presentation delivered at the 2012 Charleston Conference, both in-person (by Hilary Davis) and via Skype (Barrie Hayes).

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Keeping the Momentum: Moving Ahead with Research Data Support Keeping the Momentum: Moving Ahead with Research Data Support Presentation Transcript

  • KEEPING THE MOMENTUM: MOVING AHEAD WITH RESEARCH DATA SUPPORT Charleston Conference November 9, 2012Hilary Davis & Steve Morris Barrie HayesNorth Carolina State University Libraries UNC Health Sciences Library 1
  • SETTING THE SCENE – BEFOREE-SCIENCE INSTITUTE Courtesy of Flickr member mister chippies 2
  • INSIGHTS FROM THE E-SCIENCEINSTITUTEResearchers need help with:• Data storage and optimize web presence• Data discovery & open data• Data sharing is critical• Navigating IRB process• “Human network” & awareness of resources• Barriers: competing priorities, resources, and centralizing campus efforts 3
  • LESSONS LEARNED FROME-SCIENCE INSTITUTETake-aways:• Lots of interviews!• Non-librarian input (Research Administration) Courtesy of Flickr member stevendepolo 4
  • MOTIVATIONS & GOALS• Doing nothing = Not an option• Be proactively engaged, be ready to partner• Make it easier for researchers• Advocate for needs of researchers across campus 5
  • CURRENT LANDSCAPE FOR RESEARCHDATA SUPPORT Courtesy of conferencenike.com 6
  • PARTNERSHIPS• Research Administration• Campus IT• Colleges/School research administration & IT• Library partners• Institutes, Library Science programs 7
  • CURRENT LANDSCAPE FOR RESEARCHDATA SUPPORT: CAMPUS-WIDE Big Data Strategic Planning Initiative 8
  • CURRENT LANDSCAPE FOR RESEARCHDATA SUPPORT: LIBRARY INITIATIVESGeospatialand socialscience dataservices 9
  • CURRENT LANDSCAPE FOR RESEARCHDATA SUPPORT: LIBRARY INITIATIVESVisualizationandcollaborationfacilities 10
  • CURRENT LANDSCAPE FOR RESEARCHDATA SUPPORT: LIBRARY INITIATIVES Digital repository services 11
  • CURRENT LANDSCAPE FOR RESEARCHDATA SUPPORT: LIBRARY INITIATIVES Data management planning 12
  • UNC DATA MANAGEMENT SESSIONATTENDANCEInformation Session In class Online TOTALUnderstanding Data Management Plans & Funder Reqs (1/9/10) 30 72 102UNC Resources: Dataverse & Carolina Digital Repository (11/16/10) 20 29 49Data Management Plans for the Life Sciences and Dryad (1/31/2011) 17 0 17Considerations and Strategies for Handling Sensitive Research Data 7 40 47(3/29/11)Considerations and Strategies for Handling Sensitive Spatial Data 16 15 31(5/10/11)Data Security: Policies and Regulations Impacting Research Data 45 76 121(3/20/2012)DMP Tool (4/20/12) No data No data No dataServices and Resources for Research Computing at UNC-Chapel Hill 10 35 45(10/31/12)Attendance Totals Across 8 Sessions 145+ 267+ 412+ 13
  • CURRENT LANDSCAPE FOR RESEARCHDATA SUPPORT: LIBRARY INITIATIVESStaffing • Repurposing existing staff and adding expertise • UNC embedded TraCS librarian • NCSU copyright, intellectual property, open access, publishing librarian • Potential for adding visualization expertise 14
  • CHALLENGES• Rely on campus IT• Coordination among campus is evolving• Institutional incentives minimal• Funding?• Policies for data stewardship, ownership, responsibilities• Staff capacity• Domain-specific data management & metadata expertise• Library repository Courtesy of Flickr member jpmartineau expectations• Measuring success 15
  • IMMEDIATE ACTION AREAS• Tools• Data sharing & data publication• Re-envision web resources/guides• DMP success• Campus collaborative• Interviews with stakeholders• Training, workshops, clinics – Courtesy of automationclinic.com internal & external• Carolina Center for Genome Sciences 16
  • LOOKING AHEAD – FIVE YEARHORIZON• Extend e-research support• Libraries as active connector across research areas• Libraries enabling shared e-research infrastructure• Dedicated staff – research data & visualization• Deepen expertise in scientific domains & digital humanities Courtesy of commercialintegrator.com 17
  • OPPORTUNITIES FOR COLLABORATIONCollaboration opportunities:• Seminars/webinars• Domain expertise• Policy decision-making• Data management planning best practices• Licensing• Networking for library staff responsible for e-research support 18
  • THANK YOU! Courtesy of nicetryinternet.comHilary Davis Steve Morris Barrie Hayeshilary_davis@ncsu.edu steven_morris@ncsu.edu bhayes@email.unc.eduAssociate Head, Collection Head, Digital Library Bioinformatics and TranslationalManagement & Initiatives and Digital Science Librarian Projects UNC Health Sciences LibraryDir. Research Data Services NCSU LibrariesNCSU Libraries 19
  • REFERENCES• ARL/DLF E-Science Institute: http://duraspace.org/e-science-institute• DataBib: http://databib.org/• DataCite: http://datacite.org/• DMPTool: https://dmp.cdlib.org/• NCSU Advanced Computing Unit: http://oit.ncsu.edu/unit-ac/ac• NCSU Copyright & Digital Scholarship Center: http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/cdsc• NCSU Digital Repository: http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/repository/• NCSU Libraries’ Data Management Planning Guide: http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/guides/datamanagement/• NCSU Libraries’ Hunt Library Visualization Technology: http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/huntlibrary/faq_all.html#technology• NCSU Sponsored Programs and Regulatory Compliance: http://research.ncsu.edu/sparcs/proposals/• ORCID: http://about.orcid.org/• Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI): http://www.renci.org/• Research Data Stewardship at UNC report: http://sils.unc.edu/sites/default/files/general/research/UNC_Research_Data_Stewardship_Report.pdf• UNC Carolina Center for Genome Sciences: http://genomics.unc.edu/• UNC Carolina Digital Library and Archives: http://cdla.unc.edu/• UNC Carolina Digital Repository (CDR): https://cdr.lib.unc.edu/• UNC Health Sciences Library Collaboration Center: http://hsl.lib.unc.edu/collaborationcenter• UNC Libraries’ Research Data Toolkit: http://guides.lib.unc.edu/researchdatatoolkit• UNC NC TraCS Institute: http://tracs.unc.edu/• UNC Odum Institute: http://www.irss.unc.edu/odum/• UNC Research Computing: http://its.unc.edu/research/its-research-computing/• UNC School of Library and Information Sciences: http://sils.unc.edu/• UNC Vice Chancellor for Research: http://research.unc.edu/offices/vice-chancellor/index.htm 20