This document details our process for creating a service catalog for UC Libraries Research and Data Services and our efforts towards offering data science services. In this document, we identify our gaps in knowledge and expertise while making recommendations for filling these gaps.
This is the poster presented at the 2015 RDAP summit held in Minneapolis, MN. Based on the white paper Tiffany Grant and I wrote on data management best practices. In the white paper, we surveyed the literature to determine institutional best practices for providing research data services and proposed opportunities for UC Libraires.
Grant T. and Koshoffer A.,
Research Data Management at Academic Research Institutions: An Evaluation of Best Practices and a Comparative Assessment of Practices and Opportunities at the University of Cincinnati.
This Poster describes a collaborative research project between the Culley and Tepe labs in the UC Department of Biology and UC Libraries Digital Scholarship Center presented at the 2017 UC Data Day ( https://libapps.libraries.uc.edu/blogs/dataday/past-data-days/). The project explores publication patterns of research involving hotspot areas of biodiversity and if researchers from developing countries which tend to have most of the biodiversity hotspots, are adequately represented as authors in the scientific literature indexed in Scopus (TM-Elsevier), JSTOR, and PubMed.
This data set is the raw data underlying the paper entitled "Giving datasets context: a comparison study of institutional repositories that apply varying degrees of curation" presented at the International Digital Curation Conference in Barcelona, Spain (Feb 2018). All figures and tables in the publication were based on the analysis of this data set.
Please use the Citation:
Koshoffer, A., Neeser, A., Johnston L.R., and Newman L.D., (2018) "Giving datasets context: a comparison study of institutional repositories that apply varying degrees of curation", International Digital Curation Conference, Barcelona, Spain. Digital Curation Centre.
This is the recording from the 2017-10-12 SLA Data Caucus sponsored webinar entitled "Handling Restricted and Sensitive Data"
Panelists featured are:
David Fearon – Data Management Consultant, John Hopkins U Data Archive
Sebastian Karcher – Associate Director, Qualitative Data Repository
Courtney Soderberg – Statistical and Methodological Consultant, Center for Open Science
Johanna Davidson Bleckman – Project Manager, ICPSR
The event was organized by Amy Koshoffer (University of Cincinnati) and Rebecca Kameny (Dryad Digital Repository)