RDAP2015 Program

Wednesday, April 22 | Thursday, April 23 | Lightning Talks | Roundtables | Posters
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Shared RDAP Notes: bit.ly/rdap15notes
Shared Roundtable Discussion Notes: bit.ly/RDAP15_DisTable

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22nd

8:30 – 9:00am

Light Breakfast & Coffee
Welcome & Introductions

9:00 – 9:30am

Opening Keynote:

  • Dr. Claudia Neuhauser, Director, University of Minnesota Informatics Institute

9:30 – 11:00am

Panel: “You’re in good company: Unifying campus research data services​”
(Panel Leads: Brianna Marshall, University of Wisconsin-Madison & Cynthia Hudson-Vitale, Washington University )

  • Cynthia Hudson-Vitale, Digital Data Outreach Librarian, Washington University
  • Brianna Marshall, Digital Curation Coordinator, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Amy Nurnberger, Research Data Manager, Columbia University

11:00 – 11:15am

Break

11:15 – 12:45pm

Panel: “Research Data Integration in the Purdue Libraries”
(Panel Lead: Lisa Zilinski, Data Specialist, Carnegie Mellon University)

  • Amy Barton, Metadata Specialist, Purdue 
  • Tao Zhang, Digital User Experience Specialist, Purdue 
  • Line Pouchard, Computational Science Information Specialist (and big data perspective), Purdue 
  • Pete E. Pascuzzi, Molecular Biosciences Information Specialist (and Liaison perspective), Purdue

12:45 – 1:45pm

Lunch

1:45 – 3:15pm

Panel: “Developing Data Literacy Programs: Working with Faculty, Graduate Students and Undergraduates”
(Panel Lead: Larry Schmidt, University of Wyoming)

  • Jake CarlsonResearch Data Services Manager, University of Michigan
  • Lisa Johnston, Data Management Librarian, University of Minnesota
  • Megan Sapp Nelson, Engineering Information Specialist, Purdue University
  • Amy Koshoffer, Science Informationist, University of Cincinnati

3:15 – 3:30pm

Break

3:30 – 4:45pm

LIGHTNING TALKS
Session Lead: Christie Wiley, Engineering Research and Data Services Librarian, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

  • Jumpstarting a Research Data Program with Limited Resources
    Mary Molinaro, Director of the Research Data Center, University of Kentucky
  • Research Data Services at the University of Colorado Boulder
    Shelley Knuth, Senior Research Data Specialist, University of Colorado Boulder
    Andrew Johnson, Research Data Librarian, University of Colorado Boulder
    Thomas Hauser, Director of Research Computing, University of Colorado Boulder
  • Virginia Tech University Libraries’ Data Service Pilot with the College of Natural Resources and Environment
    Natsuko Nicholls, Research Data Consultant, Virginia Tech
    Andi Ogier, Research Data Consultant, Virginia Tech
    Kyrille Goldbeck DeBose, College Librarian for Natural Resources and Environment and Animal Sciences, Virginia Tech
  • Research Data Management Using Globus Software-as-a-Service
    Rachana Ananthakrishnan, Globus Product Manager
  • University Data Policies and Library Data Services
    Abigail Goben, Assistant Information Services Librarian, University of Illinois-Chicago
    Lisa Zilinski, Data Specialist, Carnegie Mellon University
    Kristin Briney, Data Services Librarian, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

4:45 – 5:00pm

Closing Remarks

THURSDAY, APRIL 23rd

8:30 – 9:00am

Light Breakfast & Coffee
Welcome & Introductions

9:00 – 9:30am

Opening Forum: OSTP Response (#OSTPResp)
  • Moderated discussion of reactions to OSTP public access memo responses. Panel will be assembled from attendees on Wednesday based on responses to the following questions:
    • How are you educating your community about the new data policy requirements?
    • What resources have you developed about the OSTP responses?
    • What are some of the emerging issues that might be challenges for either your researchers or those who support data management at your institution?
  • All responses collected here: bit.ly/rdapostp
  • Sara Scheib, University of Iowa. ”Establish Research Data Interest Group with stakeholders from across campus, e.g. ITS, Office of Sponsored Research, Digital Humanities.”
  • Regina Avila, NIST. “NIST has developed a taxonomy of research data (pyramid) that describes “consequences” or requirements of metadata/archiving at each level.”
  • Yasmeen ShorishJames Madison University. “Bringing all stakeholders (OSP, faculty, admin) up to speed on all the various requirements. I’m the sole conduit for this info (currently) and I’m concerned about message penetration.”

9:30 – 11:00am

Panel: “The Role of Assessment in Research Data Services”
(Panel Lead: Mayu Ishida, Research Services Librarian, University of Manitoba)

  • Amanda Whitmire, Jake Carlson, Patricia Hswe, Susan Wells Parham, Lizzy Rolando and Brian Westra
    “Using assessment of NSF data management plans to enable evidence-based evolution of research data services”
  • Travis Weller, Amalia Monroe-Gulick
    “Evaluating Research Needs by Methodology: Assessment at the University of Kansas”
  • Kathleen Fear, Data Librarian, University of Rochester
    “Where’s the data? Assessing researcher compliance with publisher requirements for data sharing”

11:00 – 11:15am

Break

11:15 – 12:45pm

Panel: “Current Issues and Approaches to Curating Student Research Data”
(Panel Lead: Andrew Creamer, Science Data Specialist, Brown University)

  • Aaron Collie, Digital Curation Librarian, Michigan State University
    “Building Organizational Capacity to Support Data Collections with Electronic Theses & Dissertations”
  • Sarah Shreeves, Associate Dean for Digital Strategies, University of Miami
    “Supplemental Files for ETDs: Diversity, Documentation, and Data”
  • Dianne Dietrich, Physics and Astronomy Librarian, and Wendy Kozlowski, Scientific Data Curation Specialist, Cornell University
    “Data Curation Issues for Electronic Theses and Dissertations at Cornell University Library”
  • Steve Van Tuyl, Data and Digital Repository Librarian, Oregon State University
    “Treating data like data: unifying data processing workflows for datasets in the IR”

12:45 – 1:45pm

Lunch

1:45 – 3:15pm

Panel: “Beyond metadata: Supporting non-standardized documentation to facilitate data reuse”
(Panel Lead, Elliott Shuppy, M.A. Candidate, University of Wisconsin-Madison)

  • Lizzy Rolando, Research Data Librarian, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Sara Mannheimer, Data Management Librarian, Montana State University
  • Kristin Briney, Data Services Librarian, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  • Sarah Pickle, CLIR/DLF Social Science Data Curation Fellow, Penn State University Libraries

3:15-4:00pm

ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS
Session Lead: Cynthia Hudson-Vitale, Digital Data Outreach Librarian, Washington University)
15 minutes shifts
Shared Roundtable Discussion Notes

  • Data Curation Tools & Techniques
    Lisa Johnston, University of Minnesota
  • Marketing Data Services
    Facilitator: Kristin Briney, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  • Libraries’ Role in Data Management and Sharing: Pitfalls and Possibilities
    Facilitator: Caitlin Bakker, Amy Neeser and Shannon Farrell, University of Minnesota
  • Creating Connections in the Field
    Facilitator: Brianna Marshall and Elliott Shuppy, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Electronic Lab Notebooks
    Facilitator: Wendy Kozlowski, Cornell University
  • Assessment
    Facilitator: Mayu Ishida, University of Manitoba
  • Embedded Research Data Librarian
    Facilitator: Cynthia Hudson-Vitale, Washington University
  • Developing Data Literacy Programs
    Facilitator: Jake Carlson, Research Data Services Manager, University of Michigan
  • Research Data Management Using Globus Software-as-a-Service
    Facilitator: Rachana Ananthakrishnan 
  • Analyzing Institutional Data Management Plans

    Facilitator: Amanda Whitmire, Assistant Professor, Data Management Specialist

  • Open Table

4:00pm

Closing Remarks & Poster Session Introduction

4:00 – 5:00pm

POSTERS
Session Lead: Wendy Kozlowski, Data Curation Specialist, Cornell University

  • An Evaluation of Best Practices for establishing research data services and a Comparative Assessment of Practices and Opportunities at the University of Cincinnati
    Amy Koshoffer, Tiffany Grant and Don Jason
  • An instrument for rapid assessment of data literacy in biomedical research
    Daina Bouquin, Stephen Johnson and Joshua Richardson
  • Building a service around campus data policies: A case study in the implementation of Electronic Lab Notebooks
    Jan Cheetham and Nicholas Tincher
  • Co-circular RDM: A Pilot service for Graduate Students at the University of Toronto
    Leslie Barnes, Dylanne Dearborn and Andrew Nicholson
  • Data Management Outreach for the Humanities: A University of Illinois at Chicago Case Study
    Carmen Caswell
  • Data sharing and re-use practices of ecology and natural resources scientists: a review of selected publications
    Philip Herold
  • DLF E-Research Network: Developing a Sustainable Community of Practice for Research Data Services
    Rita Van Duinen
  • EarthCollab: Connecting Scientific Information Sources using the Semantic Web
    Erica M. Johns, Jon Corson-Rikert, Huda J. Khan, Dean B. Krafft and Matthew S. Mayernik
  • Excel Archival Tool: Automating the Spreadsheet Conversion Process
    John McGrory
  • Exploring Disciplinary Differences in Data Management Practices
    Amy Neeser, Shannon Farrell and Caitlin Bakker
  • How data management issues manifest: using concept mapping to discover the information network in a laboratory environment
    Tina Griffin
  • Local ICPSR Data Curation Workshop Pilot Project
    Linda Detterman, Jennifer Doty, Jared Lyle, Amy Pienta, Lizzy Rolando and Mandy Swygart-Hobaugh
  • Lost in the Data Jungle: A Case Study for Organizing, Publishing, and Preserving Research Data
    Qianjin Zhang and Sara Scheib
  • Navigating the rocky road to research data acceptance
    Laura Palumbo and Aletia Morgan
  • Planning to Learn, Learning to Plan!
    Reid Otsuji, Dominique Turnbow, Amanda Heath, and Mary Linn Bergstrom
  • SEAD: Tools and Services to Support Full-Lifecycle Data Curation
    Margaret Hedstrom
  • Tools for Identifying Private Data
    Christine Storino
  • The two-for-one workshop: mapping data management services to the research lifecycle
    Amanda Rinehart
  • Using a Case Study to Teach Data Management to Librarians
    Sherry Lake and Andrea Denton

 

 

 

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