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Advancing research data management in the social sciences: Implementing instruction for education graduate students into a doctoral curriculum.
Research data management (RDM) skills are vital yet often untaught in graduate programs, especially in the social sciences. In this article, my co-author and I presented a case study of how a Research Data Librarian and ...
STEM Chalk Talks: Scientific Information Resource Training for All Librarians
To serve diverse patron needs, academic librarians need to be familiar with essential information resources in all disciplines. But many librarians, especially those without a STEM background, have little familiarity or ...
Data Management 101 (Research Data Management presentation for SEHS)
This presentation was given to graduate students in OU's School of Education and Human Services (SEHS) doctoral program during the Winter 2017 semester. It provides a general introduction to research data management and ...
Dataset from: Research Forum: Creating and Sustaining an Intra-library Venue to Share Library Faculty Research
This data corresponds to the article "Research Forum: Creating and Sustaining an Intra-library Venue to Share Library Faculty Research"
STEM Chalk Talks (Reference Group Meetings Fall 2017)
These presentations were given during the Fall 2017 Reference Group meetings. The accompanying article is under review in Science & Technology Libraries.
Faculty knowledge and attitudes regarding predatory open access journals: a needs assessment study
Objective: The purpose of predatory open access (OA) journals is primarily to make a profit rather than to disseminate quality, peer-reviewed research. Publishing in these journals could negatively impact faculty reputation, ...
Survey instrument and dataset for article entitled "Faculty Knowledge & Attitudes Regarding Predatory Open Access Journals: A Needs Assessment Study"
Survey instrument and dataset for published article (see article's abstract below) Objective: Predatory open access (OA) journals’ purpose is to make a profit, not disseminate quality, peer-reviewed research. Publishing ...