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CAVAL/ANDS Workshop - Managing library
teams for a research and data-intensive future
Australian Catholic University
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connections throughout the research/data lifecycle
● Group 3.1, 3.2 - Management Gap: Libraries have workforce models whic...
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CAVAL ANDS Workshop - Managing library teams for a research and data-intensive future: Program

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In a data-intensive world, data-related knowledge and skills are becoming ever increasingly important, not just for researchers, but also for those who make up the human infrastructure that scaffolds research, such as academic librarians.

This half-day workshop was an opportunity for library directors and managers to develop strategies for building a data-skilled library workforce.
This presentation was part of the CAVAL/ANDS Workshop - Managing library teams for a research and data-intensive future (Melbourne, 28 July 2017). Workshop program and presentations from other speakers: http://www.ands.org.au/news-and-events/presentations/2017

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CAVAL ANDS Workshop - Managing library teams for a research and data-intensive future: Program

  1. 1. CAVAL/ANDS Workshop - Managing library teams for a research and data-intensive future Australian Catholic University Building No 420, Level 4, Room 19 115 Victoria Parade, Fitzroy Melbourne, Victoria 3065 Australia Friday, 28 July 2017 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm (AEST) 09:00-09:15 Registration at ACU, Building 420, Level 4, Room 19 09:15-09:30 Welcome: Karen Visser (ANDS)/Michael Robinson (CAVAL) CAVAL, ANDS, housekeeping, introductions and broad outcome for the workshop 09:30-09:55 Setting the scene: David Groenewegen (Library Director, Research, Monash University)- Personal account - a different career path, connecting the eResearch infrastructure dots University Utopia Library - what does this Library’s workforce look like? 09:55-10:15 Setting the scene: Andrew Treloar (ANDS) National perspective on eResearch Infrastructure - the skills priority and the importance of people as infrastructure 10:15-10:45 See your future: Rowland Mosbergen (Researcher/Developer - Stem cell research - University of Melbourne) Libraries/librarians haven't been a part of my research workflow, but perhaps they should be? 10:45-11:00 See your future: Steve Androulakis (RDS, Nectar and ANDS ) Knowing what we each don’t know: bringing Library and Researcher/Developer communities together to bridge the technical divide 11:00-11:15 Morning Tea 11:15-11:35 Addressing the skills and management gaps: Lightning Talks - Kathryn Unsworth (ANDS) What’s currently happening in the data-related skills space? ● La Trobe Uni: ERDMS project - connecting with IT ​Andrew Williams ● RMIT: Building relationships and services - what our new Data Librarians are up to Adam Rivett and Sam Gibbard ● Monash University: Skilling up staff for data inclusion ​David Groenewegen 11:35-12:05 Addressing skills and management gaps to reach Library Data Utopia: Kathryn Unsworth SWOT analysis activity ● Group 1.1, 1.2 - Skills Gap: All Library staff are skilled and are continually upskilled (along a skills continuum) for a domain driven, data-centric world ● Group 2.1, 2.2 - Skills Gap: Librarians routinely provide keystone expertise and Contact: Kathryn Unsworth|kathryn.unsworth@ands.org.au | 03 99020568
  2. 2. connections throughout the research/data lifecycle ● Group 3.1, 3.2 - Management Gap: Libraries have workforce models which include Librarians as strategic partners working alongside researchers, potentially outside the Library ● Group 4.1, 4.2 - Management Gap: Library management strategies enable, sustain and embed data inclusion in library services from undergrad to Deans 12:05-12:25 Getting to Utopia: Addressing skills and management gaps for the next 24 months - Kathryn Unsworth What​ ​actually​ needs to happen before 2020 to create your Utopia library? 12:25-12:40 Getting to Utopia: What are Our Library next steps? Discussion - Karen Visser What first steps will we take to reduce or eliminate the skills gap and create data-intensive teams at ​our​ Library over the next 2 years 12:40-12:50 Working in concert: Karen Visser Sharing resources, expertise, and infrastructure Google doc - ​http://bit.ly/2eOG8kq 12:50-1:00 What’s happening at ANDS-Nectar-RDS? Wrap up and close - Karen Visser Contact: Kathryn Unsworth|kathryn.unsworth@ands.org.au | 03 99020568

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