DLF is pleased to co-sponsor "Show
Me the Data! How Libraries Support Research Data Management and Data Sharing Requirements"
at ALA Annual in Chicago! See below for more info:
Please join us at ALA Annual in Chicago for:
Show Me the Data! How Libraries Support Research Data Management and Data Sharing Requirements
Sunday, June 25, 3-4 pm in McCormick Place, W184bc
Research data management is essential in the research enterprise. Many grant agencies now require data management plans to be included in grant proposals. Data management plans specify how research data will be stored and shared to ensure data is handled and preserved appropriately. Processes and options can be daunting, but they neednít be. Hear how libraries are well-positioned to assist researchers with these requirements from librarians actively involved in data management initiatives at their institutions.
This program is sponsored by the ALCTS CRS Education, Research, and Publication Coordinating Committee and co-sponsored by the Digital Library Federation and ALCTS Scholarly Communication Interest Group.
Jacob Carlson, Research Data Services Manager at University of Michigan.
Amy Buckland, Head of Research & Scholarship at University of Guelph.