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Planning ahead: delivering research data management for the social sciences

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John Southall, Bodleian Data Librarian. Aliss master class August 2018

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Planning ahead: delivering research data management for the social sciences

  1. 1. Planning Ahead: delivering research data management support for the social sciences Social Science research - a Masterclass for Information Professionals 21st August 2018, Aston University John Southall Bodleian Data Librarian Subject Consultant for Economics, Sociology and Social Policy & Intervention
  2. 2. Key Elements Today • Planning • Process of ongoing reflection and consideration • Delivery • Looking for opportunities, gaps, demand • Data Management • Practical research and scholarship issues • Grows out of Information Literacy > Data Literacy • Social Sciences • Particular needs of the discipline?
  3. 3. Where to Start? • Review service demands • RDM covers the whole of the research lifecycle • What is already in place and from where? • Where to stake a claim on areas of interest? • Build on existing activity • Research consultations • Resource discovery – access - use
  4. 4. Data Discovery – Access - Use • Mutually agreed traditional strength • Understood and acknowledged by researchers • Adapt existing resources • Bodleian libguides https://libguides.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/oxford • Deliver training sessions • iSkills https://libguides.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/workshops/ • Create new resources • Bodleian Data Library https://www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/data
  5. 5. Sources for Data-Intensive Research • Highlight data discovery • Promote varieties of data • Subscription • Archived • Open • Stimulate access and more • Support for data use • Reader responsibilities • Approaches to data management
  6. 6. Resource > Data • Promote external discovery resources • UK Data Archive • ICPSR • CESSDA • Eurostat • National statistical agencies
  7. 7. Other Options • Promote Open data portals promoting publications and data for the Social Sciences • UNdata • OECD iLibrary • World Bank • Make use of support organisations (rooted in data creation or academic libraries) • Digital Curation Centre (DCC) • CESSDA • IASSIST • LIBER • Research Data Alliance
  8. 8. Data Training • Training of researchers and librarians • What is the aim – is it achievable • Expertise or greater familiarity • Orientation or specialism • Improve confidence • Adapt existing approaches • Staff Development training • Information skills courses
  9. 9. Reader and Librarian Training • Sessions to meet divisional demand • Finding and accessing data • Data management introduction • Creating, preserving, sharing sensitive data • Training for Bodleian staff • Widening awareness and role of the librarian • Termly data briefings • Assessing data management plans
  10. 10. Needs of the Social Sciences • The RDM narrative • Began with issues of digital practice, creation and preservation • Shifting to access – Open Science, Open Knowledge etc. • Continue to update and orientate researchers and colleagues • Ties in to funding and institutional strategy • Limitations of Open Science for the Social Sciences? • Impact on service delivery • Influence on strategic decisions
  11. 11. Key Example: Restricted Data • Discovery and access of (open) data • Great demand in social sciences for access to restricted data • Not ‘Open’ • Data which is sensitive, confidential • Unanonymised • Not found in Open Repositories • Require vetting or permission access e.g. UKDS or ICPSR secure data
  12. 12. Our Role in Restricted Data Access • Promote varieties of data and data access • ESRC – Key funder with commitment to preservation and access of all varieties of data • Assist researchers • Find restricted data sources • Brief researchers on responsibilities and restrictions in use • Support completion of applications • Agree to be Institutional signatory or representative • Liaise directly with data supplier • Moving beyond Open Science to meet needs of our field
  13. 13. Beyond Data Discovery • RDM support by Librarians • Builds on traditional role and activity • Makes uses of key skills • Closer involvement with research practice • Data creation and scholarly practice • Institutional resources: Research Data Oxford • Digital Curation Centre • Edina – Mantra online course • Jiscmail lists
  14. 14. Research Data Oxford • Collaborative support of data literacy and digital scholarship • Early career researchers • Research implementation • Funding applications e.g. Economic & Social Research Council • Data preservation and sharing • Bodleian ‘Data Leads’ participation • Promote Open Access, Open Science • Open Access Oxford team • Oxford Research Archive (ORA), Oxford Research Archive-Data (ORA-Data)
  15. 15. • Point of contact • Top level briefing • Key funder information • Bespoke consultations • Integrated with library guides (libguides)
  16. 16. Key Example: Data Management Plans • ESRC, Wellcome Trust etc., all expect data management plans • Leading Publishers – Springer Nature • So need for support has grown • Provide training on DMPs • Feedback and comment – building on research consultation relationship • Potential for a DMP review service • Tailored to your local repository solution? • Extra challenge of DMPs for the Social Sciences • Ethical issues • Warning about needless anonymisation / data degradation • Leads directly back to support about data access and repositories
  17. 17. Impact of DMP support • Promote need for DMPs • Good research practice • Actively contribute to success of individual and group funding applications • ESRC Future Research Leaders fund • UKRI Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF). Multi-partner, multi-national hubs for research and impact, worth £20m over 5 years • Develop a DMP service • Partnership providing feedback and comment • Inform reader and staff workshops • Exemplars (DMPbank) and for readers and subject consultations
  18. 18. Key Strategic Goal Library as partner: open scholarship and data-intensive research
  19. 19. Final Comments • Look to cited support agencies • Keep abreast of growing literature • The Data Librarians Handbook (2016) Rice & Southall, Facet • Training for Research Data Management at the Bodleian Libraries: National Contexts and Local Implementation for Researchers and Librarians (2017), Southall & Scutt, New review of Academic Librarianship • Delivery of RDM services should suit your institution • Assess current provision and potential collaborations • Local solutions or ‘off-the-shelf’ • Nominate areas of greatest demand and potential impact
  20. 20. Thank You

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