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Library Carpentry Case Studies rscd2018

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Presented at the Research Support Community day 2018 by Sharron Stapleton (Research Data Librarian, QUT) and Matthias Liffers (Library Manager, Science, University of Western Australia)
Library Carpentry is software and data skills training aimed at the needs and requirements of library professionals. Library Carpentry is made by librarians, for librarians to help:
• automate repetitive, boring, error-prone tasks
• create, maintain and analyse sustainable and reusable data
• work effectively with IT and systems colleagues
• better understand the use of software in research (Library Carpentry, 2017)
This session introduced the Carpentries’ community learning model and present case studies where learning some basic computational skills has saved considerable time and effort in the work of librarians.

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Library Carpentry Case Studies rscd2018

  1. 1. + case studies $ Sharron Stapleton QUT $ Matthias Liffers University of Western Australia
  2. 2. $ why library carpentry? Image Source: Mario Antonioletti https://www.epcc.ed.ac.uk/blog/2016/08/29/data-and-software-carpentry-combo-edinburgh
  3. 3. $ what is with the sticky notes? Image Source: Nick Hamilton https://www.flickr.com/photos/100739735@N06/32413492400/in/album-72157678322534801/
  4. 4. $ who provides library carpentry? Image Source: Mario Antonioletti https://www.epcc.ed.ac.uk/blog/2016/08/29/data-and-software-carpentry-combo-edinburgh Image source: http://www.nsla.org.au/sites/www.nsla.org.au/files/styles/large/public/BW-vols-600.jpg?itok=bXz1ygaC Belinda Weaver with volunteer helpers Richard Vankoningsveld (left) and Sam Hames (right) at the Library Carpentry workshop at State Library of Queensland.
  5. 5. $ so I go to training…now what? Image Source: Mario Antonioletti https://www.epcc.ed.ac.uk/blog/2016/08/29/data-and-software-carpentry-combo-edinburgh Image Source: Belinda Weaver @cloudaus 30 Jul 2017. Underway with #jargonbusting @LibCarpentry @nsla Adelaide workshop
  6. 6. Learners @ LATN Library Carpentry UTS July 2016 $ our experience Image source: Nick Hamilton https://www.flickr.com/photos/100739735@N06/35356351354/ Image source: Belinda Weaver @cloudaus 30 Oct 2017 Image source: Barbara Parnaby @BJPiano 11 July 2016 Instructors Dec 2017 Learners @ Carpentry instructor training UQ July 2017 Helpers @ Software Carpentry QUT Oct 2017
  7. 7. $ The 21st Century Academic: Smart, Savvy and Social program $ Prof Ginny Barbour, Natasha Simons, QUT Library & CC Australia How does a cross-institutional group collaborate to create a new workshop with reproducible website and version control? https://github.com/
  8. 8. $ ERA Impact and Engagement Pilot Image Source: Mario Antonioletti https://www.epcc.ed.ac.uk/blog/2016/08/29/data-and-software-carpentry-combo-edinburgh Image Source: Belinda Weaver @cloudaus 30 Jul 2017. Underway with #jargonbusting @LibCarpentry @nsla Adelaide workshop How many of these 7782 papers were co-authored with someone outside academia? Without doing it manually.
  9. 9. $ ERA Impact and Engagement Pilot Image Source: Mario Antonioletti https://www.epcc.ed.ac.uk/blog/2016/08/29/data-and-software-carpentry-combo-edinburgh Image Source: Belinda Weaver @cloudaus 30 Jul 2017. Underway with #jargonbusting @LibCarpentry @nsla Adelaide workshop Step 1: What are the rules? One author’s affiliation NOT (univ* OR inst*)
  10. 10. $ ERA Impact and Engagement Pilot Image Source: Mario Antonioletti https://www.epcc.ed.ac.uk/blog/2016/08/29/data-and-software-carpentry-combo-edinburgh Image Source: Belinda Weaver @cloudaus 30 Jul 2017. Underway with #jargonbusting @LibCarpentry @nsla Adelaide workshop Step 2: What does our data look like? All authors and their affiliations in one field, delimited with ;
  11. 11. $ ERA Impact and Engagement Pilot Image Source: Mario Antonioletti https://www.epcc.ed.ac.uk/blog/2016/08/29/data-and-software-carpentry-combo-edinburgh Image Source: Belinda Weaver @cloudaus 30 Jul 2017. Underway with #jargonbusting @LibCarpentry @nsla Adelaide workshop Step 3: Which tool(s) can we use? OpenRefine can split the field and preserve record structure /^((?!univ|inst).)*$/ (not exact)
  12. 12. $ ERA Impact and Engagement Pilot Image Source: Mario Antonioletti https://www.epcc.ed.ac.uk/blog/2016/08/29/data-and-software-carpentry-combo-edinburgh Image Source: Belinda Weaver @cloudaus 30 Jul 2017. Underway with #jargonbusting @LibCarpentry @nsla Adelaide workshop Step 4: How much time and sanity did we save? 15 hours
  13. 13. $ Bolstering Open Access articles Image Source: Mario Antonioletti https://www.epcc.ed.ac.uk/blog/2016/08/29/data-and-software-carpentry-combo-edinburgh Image Source: Belinda Weaver @cloudaus 30 Jul 2017. Underway with #jargonbusting @LibCarpentry @nsla Adelaide workshop How many UWA-authored papers are Open Access without us knowing about it? Without doing it manually.
  14. 14. $ Bolstering Open Access articles Image Source: Mario Antonioletti https://www.epcc.ed.ac.uk/blog/2016/08/29/data-and-software-carpentry-combo-edinburgh Image Source: Belinda Weaver @cloudaus 30 Jul 2017. Underway with #jargonbusting @LibCarpentry @nsla Adelaide workshop Step 1: What are the parameters? Identify unknown OA papers in our own repository
  15. 15. $ Bolstering Open Access articles Image Source: Mario Antonioletti https://www.epcc.ed.ac.uk/blog/2016/08/29/data-and-software-carpentry-combo-edinburgh Image Source: Belinda Weaver @cloudaus 30 Jul 2017. Underway with #jargonbusting @LibCarpentry @nsla Adelaide workshop Step 2: What does our data look like? 30,518 publications with DOIs, but those DOIs may be incorrectly formatted
  16. 16. $ Bolstering Open Access articles Image Source: Mario Antonioletti https://www.epcc.ed.ac.uk/blog/2016/08/29/data-and-software-carpentry-combo-edinburgh Image Source: Belinda Weaver @cloudaus 30 Jul 2017. Underway with #jargonbusting @LibCarpentry @nsla Adelaide workshop Step 3: Which tools can we use? OpenRefine to clean data and query API for each DOI oaDOI API (now known as Unpaywall API)
  17. 17. $ Bolstering Open Access articles Image Source: Mario Antonioletti https://www.epcc.ed.ac.uk/blog/2016/08/29/data-and-software-carpentry-combo-edinburgh Image Source: Belinda Weaver @cloudaus 30 Jul 2017. Underway with #jargonbusting @LibCarpentry @nsla Adelaide workshop Step 4: How much time and sanity did we save? 2435 previously unknown OA papers discovered 7 working weeks @ 30 seconds per paper
  18. 18. $ back to those sticky notes… Image Source: Mario Antonioletti https://www.epcc.ed.ac.uk/blog/2016/08/29/data-and-software-carpentry-combo-edinburgh Image Source: Belinda Weaver @cloudaus 30 Jul 2017. Underway with #jargonbusting @LibCarpentry @nsla Adelaide workshop one data example one barrier
  19. 19. $ Thank you  Image Source: Mario Antonioletti https://www.epcc.ed.ac.uk/blog/2016/08/29/data-and-software-carpentry-combo-edinburgh Image Source: Belinda Weaver @cloudaus 30 Jul 2017. Underway with #jargonbusting @LibCarpentry @nsla Adelaide workshop

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