Library and Information Science
A panel of presenters in this two-part webinar series shared their experiences about how academic libraries are taking the lead in developing cross-campus collaborations in establishing research data committees to spearhead institutional efforts related to data stewardship and digital projects. This interactive session lead participants through the various steps needed in order to initiate a similar effort within their institutional context.
Part 2: Launching your collaboration
- Identify best practices and lessons learned for working with established committees who are working on broad-scale projects and programs
- Evaluate different institutional models to compare and customize for different academic environments
- Analyze best practices strategies for successful project management, collaboration, and program development for established committees
academic libraries, research data services, research data management, collaborations, committees
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Ippoliti C, Julian R, Kollen CE, Koshoffer AE, Minor D, Rozum B. (2016). Creating a campus-wide research data services committee: The good, The bad, and The…... Part 2: Launching your collaboration. Network of the National Library of Medicine New England Region (NNLM NER) Repository. https://doi.org/10.13028/c4jt-1e18. Retrieved from https://escholarship.umassmed.edu/ner/40
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