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== INSTRUCTION AND OUTREACH ==
 
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''Data Information Literacy (DIL) Project Website'' [http://www.iassistdata.org/resources/data-information-literacy-dil-project-website]. The Purdue University Libraries, partnered with the libraries of the University of Minnesota, the University of Oregon and Cornell University, led this project to help raise awareness of research data management and curation issues among rresearchers, through developing and implementing data information literacy (DIL) instruction programs for graduate students. The website of the project has gathered updated information and development of the researcher interview instruments, the data management training curriculum, as well as research publications result from the project.
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''New England Collaborative Data Management Curriculum'' [http://library.umassmed.edu/necdmc/index] led by the ''Lamar Soutter Library'' [http://library.umassmed.edu/index] at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in partnership with several libraries in the New England region.
 
''New England Collaborative Data Management Curriculum'' [http://library.umassmed.edu/necdmc/index] led by the ''Lamar Soutter Library'' [http://library.umassmed.edu/index] at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in partnership with several libraries in the New England region.

Revision as of 16:50, 29 June 2015

This list of resources is curated by the Digital Library Federation (DLF) for the benefit of institutions involved in the planning and implementation of research data management services (RDMS). Participants of the DLF E-Research Network [1] program of the Council on Library and Information Resources [2] may find these helpful in developing and implementing RDMS.

If you would like to suggest a resource for inclusion on this page, send your suggestion to rvanduinen@clir.org. The DLF is currently seeking professionals from DLF member institutions who would like to participate in a curatorial group to develop and maintain the content of this page. Prospective volunteers for this group should also send expressions of interest to rvanduinen@clir.org.



DATA MANAGEMENT

Data Management Practices in the Social Sciences [3] written by Veerle Van den Eynden, Libby Bishop, Laurence Horton and Louise Corti, August 2010.


Guide to Social Science Data Preparation and Archiving [4] produced by ICPSR [5] in 2012.


The University of Massachusetts Medical School [6] has compiled a host of data related resources in the e-Science Portal for New England Libraries : a librarian's link to e-Science resources [7].


INSTRUCTION AND OUTREACH

Data Information Literacy (DIL) Project Website [8]. The Purdue University Libraries, partnered with the libraries of the University of Minnesota, the University of Oregon and Cornell University, led this project to help raise awareness of research data management and curation issues among rresearchers, through developing and implementing data information literacy (DIL) instruction programs for graduate students. The website of the project has gathered updated information and development of the researcher interview instruments, the data management training curriculum, as well as research publications result from the project.


New England Collaborative Data Management Curriculum [9] led by the Lamar Soutter Library [10] at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in partnership with several libraries in the New England region.