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 an Education Librarian partnered to provide targeted RDM instruction for a previously unconsidered student group: education doctoral students. We discussed the design, development, and implementation of this focused RDM support. Assessment data from a workshop and in-class sessions were also presented and contextualized. From this information, we offered practical suggestions that other social science librarians can use to create similar workshops at their institutions.
Thielen, J. & Nichols Hess, A. (2017). Advancing research data management in the social sciences: Implementing instruction for education graduate students into a doctoral curriculum. Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian, 36(1), 1-15.
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