IG Libraries for Research Data RDA 9th Plenary meeting

Bringing Research Data Management into the Library Mainstream

Libraries for Research Data (L4RD) Interest Group

Breakout #7 - Friday, April 7  9:00 - 10:30am - Plenary Room

Slides

Meeting agenda

1. Introduction to the L4RD group - Kathleen Shearer
2. Lightning talks - moderated by Wolfram Horstmann

  • Fieke Schoots, Leiden University Libraries, Netherlands
  • Monica Lassi, Lund University Library, Sweden
  • Mariëtte van Selm, University Library, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Malcolm Wolski, Griffith University, Australia
  • Angelina Kraft, German National Library of Science and Technology, Germany
  • Amy Nurnberger, Columbia University, United States

5. Discussion: Bringing research data management into the library mainstream - moderated by Kathleen Shearer
6. Welcome to new chairs - Michael Witt

Notes: Elli Papadopoulou, RDA Europe Early Career Fellow

Short introduction describing the activities and the scope of the group: 

Research data have become primary research assets that often require continued access in the dynamic environment of mobile researchers, volatile repositories, transient products and short-lived standards. Libraries have looked after written research assets for centuries and now tackle the challenge of adapting their function to making data reliably accessible and reusable. The aim of this group is to building capacity in the library community for managing research data including building skills, identifying competencies, and supporting the adoption of RDM services.

Additional links to informative material related to the group:

Meeting objectives:

  • To share information about current data-related activities in research libraries
  • To discuss how we can support the library community in adopting and expanding their services
  • To identify specific activities that can be undertaken by the IG or WG (or other organizations) to support RDM in libraries

Audience: 

Librarians and institutional data managers

Group chair/s serving as contact: Kathleen Shearer

Group maturity: more than 18 months