Symposium Overview and Full Schedule

The 10th Annual University of Massachusetts and New England Area Librarian e-Science Symposium
Thursday, April 5, 2018
University of Massachusetts Medical School
Faculty Conference Room
Worcester, Massachusetts

Poster Session
Poster Presentations

Keynote
"University of Washington eScience Institute: a Data Science Institute Before "Data Science" Was Cool"
Micaela Parker, PhD, University of Washington
Executive Director, eScience Institute, University of Washington
Micaela Parker, PhD, became the Executive Director of the eScience Institute in September 2016, a position she job shares with Dr. Sarah Stone. The mission of the University of Washington eScience Institute is to engage researchers across disciplines in developing and applying advanced computational methods and tools to real-world problems in data-intensive discovery.

Breakout Sessions

Panel Discussion
Moderator: Regina Raboin, MLIS, Associate Director, Lamar Souter Library, University of Massachusetts Medical School

  • "Data Services in Libraries: Past, Present and Future": Jake Carlson, MLIS, MA, Director of Research Data Services (Interim), University of Michigan Library
  • Scott Matheson, JD, MLIS, MPH, Associate Law Librarian for Technical Services, Goldman Law Library, Yale University
  • "Data Science in Libraries": Mathew Burton, PhD, Assistant Professor at the School of Computing and Information, University of Pittsburgh

2018
Thursday, April 5th
8:30 AM

Agenda: 2018 University of Massachusetts and New England Area Librarian e-Science Symposium

e-Science Symposium

8:30 AM

9:45 AM

University of Washington eScience Institute: a Data Science Institute Before "Data Science" Was Cool

Micaela Parker, University of Washington eScience Institute
Sarah Stone, University of Washington eScience Institute

9:45 AM

11:00 AM

An Introduction to Data Visualization with Tableau

Tony Nguyen, National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Southeastern / Atlantic Region

11:00 AM

Data Rescue

Margaret Janz, University of Pennsylvania

11:00 AM

Facilitating Reproducibility and Collaboration with Literate Programming

Harrison Dekker, University of Rhode Island

11:00 AM

1:30 PM

Data Science in Libraries

Matthew Burton, University of Pittsburgh

1:30 PM

Data Services in Libraries: Past, Present and Future

Jake R. Carlson, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

1:30 PM