IASSIST Annual Conference 2017

Tuesday, 23 May 2017
9:00-12:00
10 Budig HallKansas Union, AldersonKansas Union, MalottKansas Union, Big 12Kansas Union, Jay/Spare
Collecting and storing data from Internet based sourcesPeter Smyth, UK Data Service Dueling CAQDAS – Using Atlas.ti and NVivo for Qualitative Data AnalysisMandy Swygart-Hobaugh, Georgia State University; Florio Arguillas, Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research (CISER) Introduction to mapping & QGISMegan Gall, Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law Preparing qualitative data for sharing and re-useLouise Corti, UK Data Archive, University of Essex; Libby Bishop, UK Data Archive, University of Essex; Sebastian Karcher, Qualitative Data Repository, Syracuse University Curation, Collaboration, and Coding—The Secret Sauce for Scholarship SupportMegan Potterbusch, Association of Research Libraries; Cynthia Hudson-Vitale, Washington University in St. Louis Libraries
13:00-16:00
Kansas Union, MalottKansas Union, AldersonKansas Union, Big 12Kansas Union, Jay/Spare
You can too! Running a successful data bootcamp for novices.Ryan Clement, Middlebury College Curating for Reproducibility: Why and How to Review Data and CodeFlorio Arguillas, Cornell University; Thu-Mai Christian, Odum Institute, UNC Chapel Hill; Limor Peer, Yale University; Joshua Dull, Yale University Data literacy for all, with RRyan Womack, Rutgers University Libraries International Activities in Research Data Management Education: Tools and ApproachesHelen Tibbo, School of Information and Library Science, UNC-Chapel Hill; Nancy McGovern, MIT; Thu Mai Christian, Odum Institute, UNC-CH; Jacob Carlson, University of Michigan; Merce Crosas, Harvard University; Robin Rice, University of Edinburgh
17:30-21:00
(The Nest on Ninth at The Oread Hotel, 1200 Oread Avenue)
Wednesday, 24 May 2017
8:00-9:00
(The Market, Kansas Union 3rd floor)
9:00-10:15
(Woodruff)

Daniel A. Reed is Vice President for Research and Economic Development, as well as University Chair in Computational Science and Bioinformatics and Professor of Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering and Medicine, at the University of Iowa.  

With welcome remarks from Tuomas Alaterä, President of IASSIST, and Bernadette Gray-Little, Chancellor of the University of Kansas.

10:15-10:30
(Ballroom)
10:30-12:00
Big 12JayhawkJay/Spare

There will be no session A1.

"Maximizing on The IASSIST Way: Data Support for All" panel has moved to B4: Wednesday May 24, 13:15-15:15, Jay/Spare.

Data Curation: Perception and PracticeCynthia Hudson-Vitale, Washington University in St Louis; Lisa Johnston, University of Minnesota; Jacob Carlson, University of Michigan; Wendy Kozlowski, Cornell University A School Survey Management System for Educational Assessments in SwitzerlandIngo Barkow, HTW Chur; Catharina Wasner, HTW ChurMobile SMS survey data management and preservationInna Kouper, Indiana University; Charitha Madurangi, Indiana University; Kunalan Ratharanjan, Indiana University; Tom Evans, Indiana University; Beth Plale, Indiana UniversityTales from the lab: A case study of metadata & data management in complex behavioral studiesPernu Menheer, University of Minnesota; Andrew Sell, University of Minnesota Cheap, Fast, or Good - Pick Two: Data Instruction in the Age of Data ScienceJoel Herndon, Duke University; Justin Joque, University of Michigan; Angela Zoss, Duke University
12:00-13:15
(Ballroom)

Special Lunchtime Speaker: Bill James, renowned baseball statistician, KU graduate, and Lawrence resident. The coiner of the term “Sabermetrics,” Bill is widely recognized as an innovator in the appropriate use of metrics to evaluate the performance of players and teams.

13:15-15:15
AldersonBig 12JayhawkJay/Spare
CESSDA Training for data discoveryJennifer Buckley, UK Data Service; Vanessa Higgins, UK Data Service; Jo Wathan, UK Data ServiceSupporting our Researchers: the provision of data services in Canada: a case studyJane Fry, MacOdrum Library, Carleton University; Chantal Ripp, Data Liberation Initiative, Statistics CanadaDoes Graduate Training in the Social Sciences Prepare Students for Data Management and Sharing?Ashley Ebersole, ICPSR University of Michigan; Jai Holt, ICPSR University of MichiganReworking the workshop: designing data management workshops to align with behavioral change modelsElizabeth Wickes, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign FAIR Data in Trustworthy Repositories: Everybody wants to play FAIR, but how do we put the principles into practice?Ingrid Dillo, DANS; Peter Doorn, DANSDataverseNL – New Developments of a Data Management Support System for Dutch Universities, Research Organisations, and Higher EducationMarion Wittenberg, Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS); Peter Doorn, Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS); Vyacheslav Tykhonov, Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS)The Data Seal of Approval in the Australian context - Assessing the Australian Data Archive as a Trusted Digital Repository.Steven McEachern, Australian Data Archive Facilitating collaboration with restricted-use dataJohn Marcotte, ICPSR / University of MichiganUK Data Service responses to changes in the data landscapeHersh Mann, UK Data ArchiveIdentifying Less Common Types of Restricted DataTrace Crago, Boise State University; Amber Sherman, Boise State University; Jean Barney, Boise State UniversityUsing the 5-Safes framework: a case study of health data access in the UKCarlotta Greci, The Health Foundation; Arne Wolters, The Health Foundation Maximizing on The IASSIST Way: Data Support for All (without burning out)Paula Lackie, Carleton College; Adetoun Oyelude, University of Ibadan; Libby Bishop, UK Data Archive, U of Essex; Dessi Kirilova, Qualitative Data Repository, Syracuse UniversityBuilding a bigger data tent: What can IASSIST learn from CODATA?Ernie Boyko, Carleton University (Retired)
15:15-15:30
(Ballroom)
15:30-16:45
AldersonBig 12JayhawkJay/Spare
Session Chair: Larry Hoyle, IPSR, University of KansasData, the Common Language with Different Dialects – Views of Data from Outside of the Social SciencesJim Beach, KU Biodiversity Institute & Natural History Museum; Arienne Dwyer, University of Kansas, Department of Anthropology and Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities; Russ Waitman, University of Kansas Medical Center, Medical Informatics and Enterprise Analytics; Jay Greenfield, Booz Allen Hamilton Documenting Data Rescue. The Ontario Data Community Data Rescue Group and the Data Rescue & Curation Guide for Data RescuersKristi Thompson, University of Windsor; Leanne Trimble, University of Toronto; Alexandra Cooper, Queen's UniversityAccessing historical Canadian census boundaries just got a whole lot easier! A journey in data migration and cross-institutional collaborationAmber Leahey, Scholars Portal, Ontario Council of University Libraries Whose data ethics do you mean? Building common language with RCRNina Exner, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State UniversityRestricted Data Contracts: Current and Future DirectionsLisa Broniszewski, Penn State Population Research Institute; Lisa Neidert, University of Michigan Population Research Center; Jennifer Darragh, Duke University Libraries; Loren Masters, Penn State Methodology Center No tools, No standard. An introduction to standards based toolsJohan Fihn, Swedish National Data ServiceEfficient and Flexible DDI handling for the development of multiple ApplicationsOliver Hopt, GESIS; Claus-Peter Klas, GESIS; Wolfgang Zenk-Möltgen, GESIS; Alexander Mühlbauer, GESIS
17:00-18:30
(The Commons, Spooner Hall)Session Chair: Mandy Swygart-Hobaugh

Note: The Commons is across the street from Kansas Union.

Includes light snacks and one drink ticket.

Documentation in the Middle: Active Phase Project Documentation for Inclusive and Effective Team-Based ResearchHailey Mooney, University of Michigan Library; Jacob Carlson, University of Michigan Library; Karen Downing, University of Michigan Library; Lori Tschirhart, University of Michigan LibraryData Data Data! But Little to Work WithAdetoun Oyelude, University of Ibadan, IbadanLet’s meet in the middle: facilitating access to administrative data in the UKRowan Lawrance, UK Data Archive/ADRN; Sabrina Iavarone, UK Data Archive/ADRNArchive of Data on Disability to Enable Policy and Research: Creating a Common Resource for Disability and Rehabilitation StakeholdersJai Holt, ICPSR; Alison Stroud, ICPSRMetadata in the MiddleColleen Fallaw, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, University LibraryContinuum of Statistics Canada’s microdata data access servicesChantal Ripp, Statistics CanadaThe Curating for Reproducibility (CURE) ConsortiumFlorio Arguillas, Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research, Cornell University; Thu-Mai Christian, Odum Institute, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Sophia Lafferty-Hess, Odum Institute, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Limor Peer, Institution for Social and Policy Studies, Yale UniversityDeveloping Research Data Life Cycle Strategy: A Collaborative Approach at Fed ChicagoDeng Pan, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago5 Minute Metadata: Informative videos to meet the metadata novice in the middleLauren Eickhorst, Aristotle Metadata Registry; Samuel Spencer, Aristotle Metadata RegistryA Complex Use Case - Documenting the Consumer Expediture Survey at BLSDaniel Gillman, US Bureau of Labor Statistics; Evan Hubener, US Bureau of Labor Statistics; Reginald Noel, US Bureau of Labor Statistics; Bryan Rigg, US Bureau of Labor Statistics; Arcenis Rojas, US Bureau of Labor Statistics; Lucilla Tan, US Bureau of Labor Statistics; Taylor Wilson, US Bureau of Labor StatisticsThe State of Data Curation in ARL LibrariesCynthia Hudson-Vitale, Washington University in St Louis; Lisa Johnston, University of Minnesota; Wendy Kozlowski, Cornell University; Heidi Imker, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Jacob Carlson, University of Michigan; Robert Olendorf, Pennsylvania State University; Claire Stewart, University of MinnesotaUsing Data to Make Sense of Data: The Case of Video Records of Practice in EducationAllison Tyler, University of MichiganCreating Data Citations in LaTex for EconomistsCourtney Butler, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City; Brett Currier, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas CityNew approaches to facilitate responsible access to sensitive urban data.Andrew Gordon, Center for Urban Science and Progress, NYU; Rebecca Rosen, Center for Urban Science and Progress, NYU; Daniel Castellani, Center for Urban Science and Progress, NYU; Daniela Hochfellner, Center for Urban Science and Progress, NYU; Julia Lane, Center for Urban Science and Progress, NYUFinding a Data Sharing Solution: Connecting Journals to Harvard's DataverseSonia Barbosa, Harvard Dataverse RepositoryResearch data management and academic institutions: a scoping reviewLeanne Trimble, University of Toronto; Dylanne Dearborn, University of Toronto; Ana Patricia Ayala, University of Toronto; Erik Blondel, University of Toronto; Tim Kenny, University of North Texas Health Science Center; David Lightfoot, St. Michael's Hospital; Heather MacDonald, Carleton University; Mindy Thuna, University of TorontoPromoting Data Usage in SSJDA: Introducing Our Secondary Analysis WorkshopsIzumi Mori, The University of Tokyo; Natsuho Tomabechi, The University of Tokyo; Satoshi Miwa, The University of TokyoStore it in a cool dry place - processing and long-term preservation of research dataTuomas J. Alaterä, Finnish Social Science Data ArchiveUsing backward design to create research data management professional development for information professionalsAbigail Goben, University of Illinois-Chicago; Megan Sapp Nelson, Purdue UniversitySwitching from field work using ODK powered electronic data collection to data documentation in DDI: A junior data documentation officer’s initial impressions of DDI codebook, Malawi Epidemiology Interventions and Research Unit (MEIRU)Themba masangulusko Chirwa, Malawi Epidemiology Interventions and Research Unit (MEIRU)/ KPS; Chifundo Kanjala, Malawi Epidemiology Interventions and Research Unit (MEIRU)/ KPS; Dominic Nzundah, Malawi Epidemiology and Intervention Research Unit (MEIRU)IFDO PosterJon CrabtreeSocial science data archive business models: A historical analysis of change over timeKristin Eschenfelder, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Kalpana Shankar, University College Dublin; Allison Langham, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Rachel Williams, Univeristy of Wisconsin-MadisonCODATA posterErnie Boyko, Canada National Committee for CODATA; Simon Hodson, CODATALegal and Ethical Challenges of Sharing Big DataLibby Bishop, UK Data Archive and GESIS; Simon Parker, UK Data ArchiveIASSIST 2018 in MontrealBerenica Vejvoda
Thursday, 25 May 2017
8:00-9:00
(The Market, Kansas Union 3rd floor)
9:00-10:00
(Woodruff)

Jennifer Clarke, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor in Food Science and Technology, and Statistics, and the Director of the Quantitative Life Sciences Initiative at the University of Nebraska Lincoln.

10:00-10:15
(Ballroom)
10:15-12:15
AldersonBig 12JayhawkJay/Spare
Knowledge management: Introduction and application for the social sciences and beyondSpencer Acadia, University of Kentucky; Frank Cervone, University of Illinois at ChicagoClowns to the left of me, data to the right; stuck in the middle with you: Seeking middle ground for data instruction to non-specialistsTerrence Bennett, The College of New Jersey; Shawn Nicholson, Michigan State UniversityAcademic Liaison Librarians in the Middle of Research Data Management on CampusPatrick Griffis, University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries; Michael Luesebrink, University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries; Cinthya Ippoliti, Oklahoma State University Libraries; Hui-Fen Chang, Oklahoma State University Libraries; Helen Clements, Oklahoma State University Libraries; Pat Hawthorne, University of Nevada, Las Vegas LibrariesThe staff's knowledge sharing in the Management and Planning Organization of Qazvin provinceShima Moradi, National Research Institute for Science Policy; Zarrin Zare Poorkazemi, Islamic Azad University Central Tehran Branch Teaching big data skills in the social sciencesSarah King-Hele, UK Data Service, University of ManchesterUnderstanding Data Literacy Requirements for Assignments: A Business School Syllabus StudyMeryl Brodsky, Eastern Michigan UniversityThe Software/Data Carpentry Movements: How Crowdsourced Lessons, Research-Based Pedagogy and Peer Learning are Ameliorating Deficits in Data Literacy and Software Development Skills in AcademiaTim Dennis, UCSD; Juliane Schneider, Harvard Catalyst, Clinical and Translational Science CenterPicturing Data within the ACRL Framework for Information LiteracyCameron Tuai, Drake University Cowles Library Putting the puzzle together- a picture of data centres in the UKJoanne Webb, Administrative Data Research NetworkPortaging the landscape: Developing & delivering a national RDM training infrastructure in CanadaCarol Perry, University of Guelph; Jane Fry, Carleton University; James Doiron, University of AlbertaInternet dissemination of official statistical information in Cameroon : evolution, problems and implications on research and developmentAWUNG Frankline ATEMNKENG, Lecturer, Advanced School of Mass Communication (ASMAC), University of Yaounde IISwedish Research Data SystemJohan Fihn, Swedish National Data ServiceChallenges of providing outreach services to data users in Uganda; A Case of Uganda Bureau of StatisticsWinny Nekesa Akullo, Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Authority; Godfrey Geoffrey Nabongo, Uganda Bureau of Statistics; Patrick Odong, Uganda Christian University C2Metadata projectGeorge Alter, ICPSR, University of Michigan; Jared Lyle, ICPSR, University of Michigan; Jeremy Iverson, ColecticaMind the Gap – Modernising existing comprehensive documentation for health research spanning 3 decades: Application of DDI codebook to longitudinal demographic, epidemiological and bio-medical data in MalawiJoseph Kamanga, Malawi Epidemiology Interventions and Research Unit; Chifundo Kanjala, Malawi Epidemiology Interventions and Research Unit (MEIRU)/ KPSDocumenting Non-Survey Data in the Social Sciences with DDI-LifecycleWolfgang Zenk-Möltgen, GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences; Kerrin Borschewski, GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social SciencesBuilding Metadata for Economic Data Description and AccessGenevieve Podleski, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
12:15-13:30
(Ballroom)

All are welcome and encouraged to attend the Business Lunch!

13:30-15:00
AldersonBig 12JayhawkJay/Spare
Who cares about 3D data preservation?Jennifer Moore, Washington University Libraries; Hannah Scates Kettler, University of Iowa LibrariesYou can’t replicate what you can’t find: data preservation policies in economic journalsCourtney Butler, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City; Brett Currier, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas CityPreparing data files for preservation with Colectica DatasetsJeremy Iverson, Colectica; Dan Smith, Colectica Why do authors of social science journal articles share their data? Explanations by the Theory of Planned Behavior.Esra Akdeniz, GESIS – Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences; Wolfgang Zenk-Möltgen, GESIS – Leibniz-Institute for the Social SciencesPublishing and reviewing data papers: experiences from the Research Data Journal for the Humanities and Social SciencesLouise Corti, UK Data Archive; Peter Doorn, DANSScooping the social sciences: how new metrics can help us make sense of dataLily Troia, Altmetric Projects, Packrat, & Tidyverse - New ways to do reproducible research in RAlicia Hofelich Mohr, University of MinnesotaReproducing and Preserving Research with ReproZipRemi Rampin, New York University Tandon School of Engineering; Vicky Steeves, New York University Division of Libraries & Center for Data Science; Fernando Chirigati, New York University Tandon School of EngineeringBuilding up a Tool Chain to support the Research Data Life CycleDavid Schiller, TBA21 Germany; Ingo Barkow, HTW Chur - University of Applied Sciences Students Helping Students: Economic Library Student Assistants at Dartmouth CollegeJohn Cocklin, Dartmouth College LibraryData Librarian in the middle, creating instructional content for the digital humanitiesMatthew Gertler, University of Toronto ScarboroughVisualization Services in the Harvard College Library: Laying the GroundworkHugh Truslow, Harvard College Library
15:00-16:00

Birds-of-a-Feather sessions are informal meetings on topics of interest, without any pre-planned agenda or speakers. Topics were submitted before and during the conference and voting on topics ended after lunch on Wednesday May 24. All sessions are open to all; scroll down to see topics list and locations -->

  • Data Rescue (Woodruff)
  • Qualitative Social Science and Humanities Data Interest Group (Big 12)
  • Getting Started with Data Services (Alderson)
  • Restricted Data (Jayhawk)
  • Geospatial Data (Jay/Spare)
  • Computational Reproducibility Tools (Parlors)
  • Health Data @ IASSIST (Ballroom*)
  • Dataverse (Ballroom*)
  • IASSIST Quarterly Publication Team (Ballroom*)
  • Data Management within Research Workflows (Ballroom*)
  • IASSIST Alumni (Ballroom*)
  • Open Science Framework (OSF) (Ballroom*)
  • Data and the Law (Ballroom*)

*Look for table tents identifying each topical discussion. 

16:00-17:15
AldersonBig 12JayhawkJay/SpareParlors
Health Data: An International Comparative Deep DiveBobray Bordelon, Princeton University; Jane Fry, Carleton University; Ron Nakao, Stanford University Stuck In the Middle with You: Building Bridges for Qualitative Social Science and Humanities ResearchersLynda Kellam, UNCG; Mandy Swygart-Hobaugh, Georgia State University Library; Louise Corti, UK Data Service; Sebastian Karcher, Qualitative Data Repository at Syracuse University; Dessi Kirilova, Qualitative Data Repository at Syracuse University Open, Public Goods Infrastructure for Research Management & DiscoveryCynthia Vitale, Washington University in St. Louis; Victoria Steeves, New York University; Matthew Spitzer, Center for Open Science Access to social science research data by an open APIWolfgang Zenk-Möltgen, GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences; Reiner Mauer, GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social SciencesWebsites, Twitter, and Facebook - oh my! How to start gathering data from the webMichael Beckstrand, University of Minnesota - CLA Research Support Services; Alicia Hofelich Mohr, University of Minnesota - CLA Research Support Services Small Campuses, Small Repositories: Sustainable ProcessesRachel Walton, Rollins College; Paula Lackie, Carleton College; Patti McCall, Rollins College; Thu-Mai Christian, UNC Chapel Hill, Odum Institute
18:00-23:00
(Abe & Jake’s Landing, 8 East 6th Street)

Link to IASSIST Shuttle Schedule

Friday, 26 May 2017
8:00-9:00
(The Market, Kansas Union 3rd floor)
9:00-11:00
AldersonBig 12JayhawkJay/Spare
Sample Use Cases for the Codebook View in DDI Views (DDI4)Dan Gillman, BLS - U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics; Arofan Gregory, Aeon Technologies; Larry Hoyle, IPSR, University of Kansas; Knut Wenzig, DIW Berlin - German Institute for Economic Research SOEP - German Socio-Economic PanelDevelopments in DDI - recent progress on the DDI Moving Forward ProgramSteven McEachern, Australian Data ArchiveDevelopments in DDI - A Vision for a Future Research InfrastructureJoachim Wackerow, GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences; Ingo Barkow, Swiss Institute for Information Sciences, HTW Chur; William Block, CISER, Cornell University; Jay Greenfield, Booz Allen Hamilton; Steven McEachern, ADA, Australian National University Finding licensed data resources: the user experienceAdrienne Brennecke, Federal Reserve Bank of St. LouisDeveloping academic library data collections: a discussion of current practicesHarrison Dekker, University of California, Berkeley; Bobray Bordelon, Princeton University; Robert O'Reilly, Emory University; Joel Herndon, Duke University Innovations in Managing Secure Outputs: What's the Takeaway?Matthew Woollard, UK Data Service; Beate Lichtwardt, UK Data Service; Deborah Wiltshire, UK Data Service; Johanna Eberle, Institute for Employment Research (IAB); Dana Müller, Institute for Employment Research (IAB); Amy Pienta, ICPSR, University of Michigan Like a kid in a sweetshop: Lessons in managing researcher expectationsJohn Sanderson, UK Data Archive/ADRN; Sabrina Iavarone, UK Data Archive/ADRN; Rowan Lawrance, UK Data Archive/ADRNThe Diffusion of Scholarship Across Disciplinary Boundaries through Data SharingDavid Bleckley, ICPSR at the University of Michigan; Susan Jekielek, ICPSR at the University of MichiganDesigning the Cyberinfrastructure for Spatial Data Curation, Visualization, and SharingYue Li, Purdue University; Nicole Kong, Purdue University; Standa Pejsa, Purdue UniversityFacilitating Integration of Socioeconomic and Remote Sensing Data to Support Interdisciplinary Research and ApplicationsRobert Downs, Columbia University; Robert Chen, Columbia University
11:00-11:15
(Ballroom)
11:15-12:15
(Woodruff)Session Chair: Jen DotyNational Archive of Data on Arts and Culture: Creating a Common Language through InfographicsJai Holt, ICPSR; Alison Stroud, ICPSRCrafting High Impact Tabling ExperiencesElizabeth Wickes, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignWhen the Kentucky Derby becomes the Grand National : unexpected hurdles in negotiating access to government administrative dataTanvi Desai, Administrative Data Service, University of Essex; Melanie Wright, UK Data ServiceYou just like me for my methods: Experiences of research design and analysis collaboratorsThomas Lindsay, Research Support Services, College of Liberal Arts, University of Minnesota; Alicia Hofelich Mohr, Research Support Services, College of Liberal Arts, University of MinnesotaLooking at the library data in the mirror: taking our own advice about data managementRyan Clement, Middlebury CollegeDeveloping Specialized Services to Cultivate Common SkillsJonathan Cain, University of Oregon
12:15-13:15
(The Market, Kansas Union 3rd floor)

Use your dining card on the 3rd floor of Kansas Union. Seating is available on the 3rd floor and in the Ballroom on the 5th floor.

13:15-14:45
AldersonBig 12Jayhawk
Putting metadata on the map - Producing enhanced geospatial visualisations from open-source tools to encourage metadata creation earlier in the data lifecycleSamuel Spencer, Aristotle Metadata RegistryFrom administrative burden to research excellence: getting researchers to take data management seriouslyAlexandra Stam, FORSMoving data around: integrated research workflows for curating and publishing dataMaude Frances, University Library, UNSW Sydney; Steven McEachern, Australian Data Archive, Australian National University; Daniel Bangert, University Library, UNSW Sydney; Carolien van Ham, School of Social Sciences, UNSW Sydney; Janet McDougall, Australian Data Archive, Australian National University; Luc Betbeder-Matibet, Research Infrastructure, UNSW Sydney Spreading the knowledge: Overviewing the University of Alberta Libraries’ Research Data Management ServicesJames Doiron, University of Alberta LibrariesAcross Canada, across disciplines: Research data management practices and needs in the social sciences and humanitiesLeanne Trimble, University of Toronto; Dylanne Dearborn, University of Toronto; Tatiana Zaraiskaya, Queen's University; Jane Burpee, McGill University; Eugene Barsky, University of British Columbia; Catie Sahadath, University of Ottawa; Melissa Cheung, University of Ottawa; Marjorie Mitchell, University of British Columbia; Matthew Gertler, University of TorontoIn Aggregate: Trends, Needs, and Opportunities from Faculty Research Data Management SurveysAbigail Goben, University of Illinois-Chicago; Tina Griffin, University of Illinois-Chicago Would big data replace marketing and social surveys? - Potential usage of big data in marketing and social surveys: in case of MongoliaDavaasuren Chuluunbat, MMCG CompanyData quality, transparency and reproducibility in large bibliographic datasetsAngela Zoss, Duke University; Trevor Edelblute, Indiana University; Inna Kouper, Indiana UniversitySecure Data Solutions for Social Media Data AnalysisDavid Schiller, GESIS; Katharina Kinder-Kurlanda, GESIS
14:50-15:35
(Woodruff)

 

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