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Challenge for InstitutionsData is expensive Time, instrumentation, inability to reproduceIncreasing regulation Granting agencies and journals require submissionInadequate training No formal data management curriculumPreservation is not a priority Where is the Institutional Repository?Data management plans (DMPs) and Policies A challenge for research administration and compliance, but really just the tip of the iceberg
Roles for Libraries “What role do the research and academic libraries envision for themselves and do scientists envision for librarians in a digital data framework…?” - To Stand the Test of Time…(2006) ARL. p.24
In the Beginning: Purdue University 2004 initiative for Libraries to collaborate with faculty across campus—apply library science knowledge and expertise to research problems: manage, organize, describe, disseminate, preserve information. Particular emphasis on addressing Jim Mullins data curation issues.Dean of LibrariesPurdue University
The Data Research Scientist Help the Libraries move research strategically forward. Help ramp up interaction with research faculty on campus. Leverage interdisciplinary research collaborations. Address the social, cultural and organizational aspects of data curation.
Trends in Academic LibrariesData Research Scientist Research Data Management Librarian Lorry I. Lokey Science Data Services Librarian Science Data Librarian
Why the Library? Neutral: works across the entire institution Strong in relationship building: has experience fostering discussion and relationships, and cultivates an existing support network Intellectual Property experts: has dealt with copyright, can translate to data Service-oriented: uniquely positioned as an intellectual service unit within the institution
Access. Knowledge. Success Research traditionally moves in this direction“published” unpublished “published” published secondary data/ research research research tertiary datasets traditional/non non-traditional traditional resources analyzed data/ Library service traditionally moves in this direction datasetsprocessed Given the changing nature of research and data/ scholarly communication (i.e., e-research), datasets how do librarians change to adapt to new ideas regarding what they collect to support “raw” research & education and how they provide data/ access to it? datasets Modified from: Brandt, D.S. “Scholarly Communication” (in To Stand the Test of Time: Long-Term Stewardship of Digital Data Sets in Science and Engineering.: Final Report of Workshop New Collaborative Relationships: Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe. ARL, Washington, DC, September 2006.)
Research Life Cycle Data Re- Data Deposit Discovery Use ArchiveProposal Project Data Data Data End ofPlanning Start Up Collection Analysis Sharing ProjectWriting Re- Purpose Data Life Cycle
Questions? Sherry Lake Senior Scientific Data Consultant, UVA Library firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: shlakeuva Web: http://www.lib.virginia.edu/brown/data
References US National Science Board. Long-Lived Digital Data Collections Enabling Research and Education in the 21st Century. Septem- ber 2005. http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2005/ nsb0540/nsb0540_1.pdf Association of Research Libraries. To Stand the Test of Time: Long-term Stewardship of Digital Data Sets in Science and Engineering. A report to the National Science Foundation from the ARL Workshop on New Collaborative Relationships: the Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe. September 26-27, 2006, Arlington, VA. http://www.arl.org/ bm~doc/digdatarpt.pdf
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