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Ingrid Mason rscday 2018_eresearch


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Where does eResearch support fit into the uni library research support model, is research data management enough? presented by Ingrid Mason (AARNet) at the Research Support Community Day 2018

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  1. 1. Where does eResearch support fit into the uni library research support model? Is research data management enough? Library support for research: roles and support, Stephen Pinfield, University of Sheffield. The second RRLM workshop on the ‘Role of the Library in the Research Process’ was held at the University of Leeds on 1 July 2013. Library Skills! Knowledge e.g. understanding of research cycle and HE trends Established professional skills e.g. information management New professional skills e.g. RDM, bibliometrics Technology skills e.g. repository (, tools, infrastructure?) Subject expertise e.g. sources (, tools, infrastructure?) Management disciplines e.g. project and change management Communication skills e.g. training and liaison (, tools, infrastructure?) Mindsets e.g. proactive approach Where does the research support for using research data, tools, platforms and infrastructure lie in universities? Cat finds eResearch Support Gap #rscday2018 INGRID MASON DEPLOYMENT STRATEGIST What does eResearch need? ↪↪↪↪↪ Nexus 1: ‘datafied’ scholarship (yes!) Nexus 2: connected learning Nexus 3: service-oriented libraries Nexus 4: blurred identities Nexus 5: intensified contextual pressures Mapping the Future of Academic Libraries: A Report for SCONUL. Pinder, Cox & Rutter, Nov 2017. Nexus 1: ‘datafied’ scholarship - research increasingly underpinned by large datasets and digital artefacts, involving open, networked, algorithmically-driven systems. Nexus 4: blurred identities - boundaries between professional groups and services being broken down with more collaboration and new skills development.