Presentations

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Designing, Timing, and Determining the Feasibility of Curatorial Interventions to Support Data Reuse

By Elizabeth Yakel, Sarah Whitcher Kansa

Yakel highlights findings from a case study, including data creation and selection practices that negatively influenced other stages of the data lifecycle and the curatorial interventions that mitigated these practices to create a more positive data reuse experience. Kansa discusses implications the findings have on the design, timing, and feasibility of curatorial interventions during a data’s lifecycle.

Topics: Research Data Management, Works in Progress

Socializing Context in Research Data Reuse

Socializing Context in Research Data Reuse

By Elizabeth Yakel, Ixchel M. Faniel

Digital Preservation Conference 2019
Tampa, Florida, USA

Presenters focus on data reuse and the data reuser's need for contextual information, the sources of context information, and the reasons why this information is needed.

Topics: Research Data Management

OCLC and the Evolving Scholarly Record

OCLC and the Evolving Scholarly Record

By Ixchel M. Faniel

Ixchel M. Faniel explores the contours of the evolving scholarly record, including stakeholders, stewardship, conscious coordination, and the "inside out library."

Topics: Evolving Scholarly Record, Research Data Management, Research Information Management, User Research

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: Research Library Partnership, Linked Data, Research Data Management, Research Information Management, Open Access

User-Centered Research for Developing Programs and Articulating Value

User-Centered Research for Developing Programs and Articulating Value

By Lynn Silipigni Connaway

University of Adelaide
Adelaide (Australia)

Lynn Silipigni Connaway makes a case for how the library can support institutional research data management, recent OCLC Research work in this area, as well as the many research methods used in this work.

Topics: Research Data Management, Research Methods

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, Research Library Partnership, 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, Research Library Partnership, Works in Progress

Factors Influencing Research Data Management

Factors Influencing Research Data Management

By Lynn Silipigni Connaway

Workshop presented at the Universita di Teramo
Teramo (Italy)

Lynn Silipigni Connaway outlines research done through interviews and focus groups to understand what libraries are doing in the area of research data management (RDM) and the factors that influence their role in RDM.

Topics: Research Data Management