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Monday, October 14 • 11:00am - 11:55am
#m1b: digital scholarship + services + programs

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Presentations
Session Chair: Anna Craft (UNC Greensboro)
 
Reframing library services and librarian roles in a reclassified R2 University: Highlights from Research Data Management and Digital Scholarship surveys
Shilpa Rele, Jennifer Matthews, Daniel Kipnis, Benjamin Saracco
Rowan University, United States of America
 
How does an academic library at a newly reclassified R2 institution address the evolving campus research and scholarship needs? In our presentation, Rowan University librarians will share highlights of two surveys, new and reimagined library roles and developing collaborative working relationships to forward the mission of the library and University.
 
 
Data Management and Data Information Literacy Training in Chemistry and Ethnography: A Focused Approach for Liberal Arts College Faculty and Students
Parvaneh Abbaspour(1), Robin Ford(2)
1: Lewis & Clark College, United States of America; 2: Reed College
 
Five liberal arts college libraries in the Pacific Northwest are collaborating to develop two domain-focused data management and data literacy workshops for faculty and student research assistants, one in Chemistry and the other in Ethnography. Librarians who developed the workshops will share their insights from planning and running the workshops.
 
 
Supporting the Management and Use of Image Based Research Data
Janna Avon
Lafayette College
 
A presentation on how hierarchical file structures, embedded keywords, and descriptive naming conventions can be customized and implemented to establish intellectual control over large bodies of image based faculty research collections, and how academic librarians can offer consultation on these strategies as a research data management service.
 

Moderators
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Anna Craft

Coordinator of Metadata Services, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Anna Craft is the Coordinator of Metadata Services at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro Libraries, where she works with metadata for the library catalog, digital projects, and NC DOCKS, UNCG’s institutional repository.  She began her library career at the North Carolina... Read More →

Speakers
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Parvaneh Abbaspour

Science & Data Services Librarian, Lewis & Clark College
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Jennifer Matthews

Collection Strategy Librarian, Rowan University
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Shilpa Rele

Scholarly Communication & Data Curation Librarian, Rowan University
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Janna Avon

Digital Initiatives Librarian, Lafayette College


Monday October 14, 2019 11:00am - 11:55am EDT
Grand Salons C-D