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Using active learning techniques to engage academic librarians in research data management
Using active learning techniques to engage academic librarians in research data management. Poster presented at ACRL 2015 in Portland, OR.
Does the Reference Desk Still Matter?: Assessing the Desk Paradigm at the University of Washington Libraries
(Rowman & Littlefield, 2015)
The University of Washington (UW) comprises three campuses and several off-campus facilities and is the largest comprehensive research institution in the Pacific Northwest. UW’s Seattle campus, its largest, has thirteen libraries which serve 43,000 students and 4,300 faculty and host over five million annual visits to library ...
Project RAILS: Lessons Learned about Collaborative Rubric Assessment of Information Literacy Skills
(Johns Hopkins University Press, 2015)
Rubric assessment of information literacy is an important tool for librarians seeking to show evidence of student learning. The authors, who collaborated on the Rubric Assessment of Informational Literacy Skills (RAILS) research project, draw from their shared experience to present practical recommendations for implementing ...
Promoting sustainable research practices through effective data management curricula
Managing research data effectively is critical to producing high quality datasets that support data preservation, sharing, reuse, and reproducible research. Academic librarians are increasingly playing a role in providing training and education in data management (DM) for faculty and students. While emerging data management ...