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KEEPING THE MOMENTUM: MOVING  AHEAD WITH RESEARCH DATA SUPPORT                          Charleston Conference             ...
SETTING THE SCENE – BEFOREE-SCIENCE INSTITUTE                             Courtesy of Flickr member mister chippies       ...
INSIGHTS FROM THE E-SCIENCEINSTITUTEResearchers need help with:•   Data storage and optimize    web presence•   Data disco...
LESSONS LEARNED FROME-SCIENCE INSTITUTETake-aways:• Lots of interviews!• Non-librarian input  (Research  Administration)  ...
MOTIVATIONS & GOALS• Doing nothing =  Not an option• Be proactively  engaged, be ready  to partner• Make it easier for  re...
CURRENT LANDSCAPE FOR RESEARCHDATA SUPPORT                    Courtesy of conferencenike.com                              ...
PARTNERSHIPS• Research Administration• Campus IT• Colleges/School  research administration  & IT• Library partners• Instit...
CURRENT LANDSCAPE FOR RESEARCHDATA SUPPORT: CAMPUS-WIDE                   Big Data Strategic Planning Initiative          ...
CURRENT LANDSCAPE FOR RESEARCHDATA SUPPORT: LIBRARY INITIATIVESGeospatialand socialscience dataservices                   ...
CURRENT LANDSCAPE FOR RESEARCHDATA SUPPORT: LIBRARY INITIATIVESVisualizationandcollaborationfacilities                    ...
CURRENT LANDSCAPE FOR RESEARCHDATA SUPPORT: LIBRARY INITIATIVES   Digital repository   services                           ...
CURRENT LANDSCAPE FOR RESEARCHDATA SUPPORT: LIBRARY INITIATIVES Data management planning                                  ...
UNC DATA MANAGEMENT SESSIONATTENDANCEInformation Session                                                  In class   Onlin...
CURRENT LANDSCAPE FOR RESEARCHDATA SUPPORT: LIBRARY INITIATIVESStaffing   •   Repurposing existing staff and adding expert...
CHALLENGES•   Rely on campus IT•   Coordination among campus    is evolving•   Institutional incentives    minimal•   Fund...
IMMEDIATE ACTION AREAS•   Tools•   Data sharing & data    publication•   Re-envision web    resources/guides•   DMP succes...
LOOKING AHEAD – FIVE YEARHORIZON•   Extend e-research support•   Libraries as active connector across    research areas•  ...
OPPORTUNITIES FOR COLLABORATIONCollaboration opportunities:•   Seminars/webinars•   Domain expertise•   Policy decision-ma...
THANK YOU!                                                          Courtesy of nicetryinternet.comHilary Davis           ...
REFERENCES•   ARL/DLF E-Science Institute: http://duraspace.org/e-science-institute•   DataBib: http://databib.org/•   Dat...
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  1. 1. 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
  2. 2. SETTING THE SCENE – BEFOREE-SCIENCE INSTITUTE Courtesy of Flickr member mister chippies 2
  3. 3. 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
  4. 4. LESSONS LEARNED FROME-SCIENCE INSTITUTETake-aways:• Lots of interviews!• Non-librarian input (Research Administration) Courtesy of Flickr member stevendepolo 4
  5. 5. 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
  6. 6. CURRENT LANDSCAPE FOR RESEARCHDATA SUPPORT Courtesy of conferencenike.com 6
  7. 7. PARTNERSHIPS• Research Administration• Campus IT• Colleges/School research administration & IT• Library partners• Institutes, Library Science programs 7
  8. 8. CURRENT LANDSCAPE FOR RESEARCHDATA SUPPORT: CAMPUS-WIDE Big Data Strategic Planning Initiative 8
  9. 9. CURRENT LANDSCAPE FOR RESEARCHDATA SUPPORT: LIBRARY INITIATIVESGeospatialand socialscience dataservices 9
  10. 10. CURRENT LANDSCAPE FOR RESEARCHDATA SUPPORT: LIBRARY INITIATIVESVisualizationandcollaborationfacilities 10
  11. 11. CURRENT LANDSCAPE FOR RESEARCHDATA SUPPORT: LIBRARY INITIATIVES Digital repository services 11
  12. 12. CURRENT LANDSCAPE FOR RESEARCHDATA SUPPORT: LIBRARY INITIATIVES Data management planning 12
  13. 13. 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
  14. 14. 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
  15. 15. 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
  16. 16. 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
  17. 17. 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
  18. 18. 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
  19. 19. 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
  20. 20. 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
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