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When Data Curation Isn’t: A Redefinition for Liberal Arts Universities
Journal of Library Administration
  • Megan Toups, Trinity University
  • Michael Hughes, Trinity University
Document Type
Post-Print
Publication Date
1-1-2013
Abstract
Data curation is one way that libraries are extending traditional services to meet the changing needs of patrons. Requirements from research funders have placed increased pressure on grant recipients to create Data Management Plans and to securely store raw data. Research universities have stepped up to provide comprehensive data support services. Despite discrepancies in funding and staff, smaller institutions can similarly provide robust services by focusing on their strengths, such as interdepartmental collaboration, flexibility, and rapid turnaround time. This article details how librarians at Trinity University adapted the larger practice of curation to meet local data management needs.
Document Object Identifier (DOI)
10.1080/01930826.2013.865386
Citation Information
Toups, M., & Hughes, M. (2013). When data curation isn't: A redefinition for liberal arts universities. Journal of Library Administration, 53(4), 223-233.