Interview with AnnaLee Saxenian, Dean, UC Berkeley School of Information | Nov 13, 2014
We envision the field of data science as a bell curve. At one end are the PhD statisticians, computer scientists and physicists. At the other end are data analysts doing the simpler tasks. We are preparing our students for the big bell in the middle.
By Liz Lyon, University of Pittsburgh | Oct 23, 2014
Libraries are repositioning, restructuring and reskilling their staff to take on research data management (RDM) roles. Immersive research data management courses offer many potential benefits for LIS students, librarians and researchers.
By Regina Raboin, Tufts University; Andrew Creamer, Brown University; Donna Kafel and Elaine Martin, University of Massachusetts Medical School | Oct 23, 2014
Each of the NECDMC modules for teaching researchers, students and librarians best practices in research data management includes a lesson plan, teaching slides and activities that align with NSF data management recommendations.
From ebooks to research collaboration to usage metrics -- find what you need now in this list of Charleston Conference events where you can connect with Elsevier. And be sure to register for Decoding the New Ebook Landscape on Nov. 5.
Lindsay King, a Public Services Librarian at Yale University, was selected by committee as the 2014 Library Connect Charleston Conference Award winner for her session entitled “Data Mining on Vendor-Digitized Collections."
As researchers and scholars increasingly move toward data-driven research, librarians are offering a growing number of services to support a diverse set of research needs. In this webinar, presenters will discuss large-scale projects and one-to-one consulting at the institute, university and consortium levels.