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Case studies in cross-institutional collaboration

“OH, THE PLACES YOU’LL GO” together: Case studies in cross-institutional collaboration

By Rebecca Bryant, Alison Hitchens, Ian Milligan, Anne Rauh

2022 Charleston Conference
virtual

This presentation includes a brief introduction to social interoperability followed by two rich case studies of successful cross-campus collaboration by panelists at Syracuse and Waterloo Universities.

Topics: Research Support, Research Information Management, Research Data Management

OCLC-LIBER Workshop Series on Social Interoperability: Workshop 3

Social Interoperability Workshop 3: Making Your Plan for Developing Cross-Functional Relationships at Our Institution

By Rebecca Bryant, Brian Lavoie, Annette Dortmund

OCLC-LIBER Workshop Series
virtual

In this final workshop, the trainers offer some additional resources to support participants. Participants share what they’ve learned, describe what tactics they will adapt, and develop a list of activities they plan to adopt.

Topics: Research Data Management, Research Support, Research Information Management

OCLC-LIBER Workshop Series on Social Interoperability: Workshop 2

Social Interoperability Workshop 2: Case Studies in Successful Social Interoperability

By Rebecca Bryant, Brian Lavoie, Annette Dortmund

OCLC-LIBER Workshop Series
virtual

The second workshop examines strategies and tactics that can support successful social interoperability. Participants discuss several case studies that exemplify successful cross-institutional collaboration.

Topics: Research Data Management, Research Support, Research Information Management

OCLC-LIBER Workshop Series on Social Interoperability: Workshop 1

Social Interoperability Workshop 1: Understanding Social and Structural Norms That Shape Academic Institutional Collaboration

By Rebecca Bryant, Brian Lavoie, Annette Dortmund

OCLC-LIBER Workshop Series
virtual

This first session explores the social and structural norms that shape academic institutional collaboration, particularly examining the model of universities as “complex, adaptive systems.” 

Topics: Research Data Management, Research Support, Research Information Management

Building Cross-campus Relationships

Building Cross-campus Relationships in Research Support Services

By Rebecca Bryant, Brian Lavoie

CNI Fall Membership Meeting
virtual

This presentation provides an overview of findings from the recent OCLC Research report “Social Interoperability in Research Support: Cross-Campus Partnerships and the University Research Enterprise.”

Topics: Research Data Management, Research Support

Leading the 21st Century Research Library

Leading the 21st Century Research Library

By Rachel Frick, Rebecca Bryant, Annette Dortmund, Karen Smith-Yoshimura, and Titia van der Werf

Research Library Partners Satellite Workshop
Marseille (France)

Program officers and researchers share recent OCLC Research into European practices related to linked data, research data management, persistent identifiers, open access, and research information management.

Topics: Linked Data, Research Data Management, Research Information Management, Open Access

Acquiring RDM Services for Your Institution (video)

Acquiring RDM Services for Your Institution (video)

By Rebecca Bryant, Brian Lavoie

In the third and final  webinar of the three-part Realities of Data Management webinar series, we examine how institutions are making decisions about infrastructures, services, and personnel to support local RDM services.

 

Topics: Research Data Management, Works in Progress

Identifying and Acting on Incentives when Planning RDM Services (video)

Identifying and Acting on Incentives when Planning RDM Services (video)

By Rebecca Bryant, Ixchel M. Faniel

In the second webinar of the three-part Realities of Data Management webinar series, we continue to explore the factors influencing institutional decision making when developing resources and support for research data management. Here we present an incentives model that shapes local needs.

Topics: Research Data Management, Works in Progress