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Monday, October 23 • 2:35pm - 3:30pm
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Research Data Preservation Beyond Data Sharing and Open Science
Brett Currier(1), Bommae Kim(2), Cynthia Edwards(1), Courtney Butler(1)
1: Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City; 2: University of Virginia Health System
Research data preservation has often been discussed as part of data sharing and open science. However, research often involves data with restrictions, and regardless of sharing, preservation is a crucial process for research integrity. We will discuss challenges in technical configurations and service workflows for restricted data.
What's Humanities Data?: Translating RDM for Humanities Librarians & Archivists
Anna Sackmann, Stacy Reardon
University of California, Berkeley, United States of America
How can librarians address the data management needs of humanities research? UC Berkeley’s Research Data Management and the Library collaborated on a data curriculum for Arts and Humanities librarians and archivists to bridge the disciplinary and ontological “data” gap that often divides the arts and humanities from the sciences.
Beyond Citation: Critical Thinking About Digital Research
Eileen Clancy
Graduate Center, City University of New York, United States of America
With the Graduate Center Library at the City University of New York, we are building Beyond Citation, a prototype platform to enable researchers to collaboratively construct our understanding of the way subscription databases work. Ultimately, we would like to be the Missing Manual for digital research in the humanities.
Unclassified: Research Data Management at Los Alamos National Laboratory
Joshua Finnell, Brian Cain
Los Alamos National Laboratory, United States of America

This snapshot will provide a glimpse into research data management initiatives at Los Alamos National Laboratory. In particular, this talk will highlight the challenges in promoting data sharing and data infrastructure within the unique confines of the National Nuclear Security Administration. 

Building an RDM Guide for Researchers
John Borghi
California Digital Library, United States of America
Researchers are faced with an evolving array of expectations related to how they manage and share their data. We have developed a guide intended to help researchers understand research data management (RDM) on their own terms and self assess their data-related practices.

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Gail Steinhart

Open Scholarship Services Librarian, Cornell University
arXiv.org, institutional repositories, open science and open scholarship


John Borghi

CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California Curation Center (UC3), California Digital Library
John Borghi earned his Ph.D. in Integrative Neuroscience from Stony Brook University. As Postdoctoral Fellow in Data Curation for the Sciences and Social Sciences, he will explore issues around preservation and publication of non-traditional scholarly outputs, notably software and... Read More →

Brian Cain

Library Technology Professional, Los Alamos National Laboratory
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Joshua Finnell

Interim Associate University Librarian, Colgate University
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Stacy Reardon

Literatures and Digital Humanities Librarian, UC Berkeley
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Anna Sackman

Science Data & Engineering Librariang, University of California, Berkeley
University of California, Berkeley

Monday October 23, 2017 2:35pm - 3:30pm EDT