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Data management in digital scholarship: Analyzing the data management environment in a Master's/M liberal arts institution.
Faculty Publications
  • Tina M. Neville
  • Anthony Stamatoplos
Document Type
Presentation
Publication Date
2014
Date Issued
2014-10-25
Date Available
2014-10-27
Abstract
Academic libraries are natural partners in the organization and curation of data generated by faculty researchers. Several large academic libraries have already become leaders in this effort by developing and implementing data management programs while simultaneously educating and guiding their faculty in this effort. This panel will discuss the findings of research data management efforts by faculty at two different institutions. At the University of South Florida St Petersburg, librarians are considering how a small research-oriented university might adapt the data management services developed at larger organizations. Their investigation has been supported by the USFSP Faculty Research Council with the award of an internal research grant. The authors will share the steps developed to undertake this investigation and anticipated outcomes of the project...
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Presentation at the fall meeting of the Florida Association of College and Research Libraries, University of Central Florida, Orlando.

Language
en_US
Creative Commons License
Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0
Citation Information
Neville, T. & Stamatoplos, A. (2014, October 25). Data management in digital scholarship: Analyzing the data management environment in a Master's/M liberal arts institution. Presentation at the fall meeting of the Florida Association of College and Research Libraries, University of Central Florida, Orlando.