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Data, Metrics, and our Profession

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Kimberly Silk, MLS
Data, Metrics,
and our
Profession

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Agenda:
1. What is the Martin
Prosperity Institute?
2. Defining Data
Librarianship
3. Librarian as
Researcher:
The TPL Stu...

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About the Martin Prosperity Institute
• Located at the Rotman School of Management, University of
Toronto
• We attempt to ...

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Data, Metrics, and our Profession

  1. 1. Kimberly Silk, MLS Data, Metrics, and our Profession
  2. 2. Agenda: 1. What is the Martin Prosperity Institute? 2. Defining Data Librarianship 3. Librarian as Researcher: The TPL Study 4. Pushing the Boundaries 5. Measuring our Value and Impact 2
  3. 3. About the Martin Prosperity Institute • Located at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto • We attempt to answer, “How can capitalism work best in the 21st century?”  Infrastructure for democratic capitalism (Roger Martin)  Cities as key drivers of economic geography (Richard Florida)  Web-based networks for cooperation, problem solving and governance (Don Tapscott) 3
  4. 4. Creating or Procuring Data Processing Data Analyzing Data Preserving Data Giving Access to Data Re-Using Data Defining Data Librarianship: The Data Lifecycle 4 Image repurposed from the UK Data Archive The Data Lifecycle
  5. 5. Librarian as Researcher: The TPL Study 5
  6. 6. Librarian as Researcher: The TPL Study 6
  7. 7. Librarian as Researcher: The TPL Study 7
  8. 8. Pushing Our Boundaries • The 21st century librarian adds value to information • Beyond document delivery: we select, curate, analyze and recommend action • We facilitating DIY research, teaching information & data literacy • We conduct & author research to identify best practices and discover innovative methods for our practice. 8
  9. 9. Measuring Our Impact & Value • Good data & good stories communicate value. • Measure what you can – and tell stories to represent what can’t be measured. • Align your work with the goals of the organization – show causality when you can. 9
  10. 10. Thank You Kimberly Silk, MLS Kimberly.Silk@rotman.utoronto.ca www.martinprosperity.org

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