NISO Two-Part Webinar: Emerging Resource Types
Part 1: Large Data Sets
Wednesday, December 9, 2015
1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. (Eastern Time)
Part 2 of this webinar will be held on Wednesday, December 16.
- About the Webinar
- Agenda & Event Slides
- Event Q&A
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Big Data is the catch-phrase of the day, and for good reason. It appears that everything is being digitized and as such, huge data sets are now suddenly available to researchers and data scientists. But how do they use all of this data? The idea of having anything we need just a few clicks away is exciting, but when the data is not created in a way that is easily searchable and extractable, access is limited. Additionally, there are issues about ownership, management, preservation, and the rights the library offering it may or may not have regarding access. This webinar will discuss these issues and try to find the happy medium between policy and practicality.
Todd Carpenter, Executive Director, NISO
Data Publishing Workflows
Amy Nurnberger, Research Data Manager, Center for Digital Research and Scholarship, Columbia University
Workflows for data publishing can be varied and are frequently dependent upon both the publication outlet and the discipline in question. The RDA-WDS Data Publishing Workflows working group studied the current data publishing workflow landscape across disciplines and publication outlets - from small to big data solutions. We present the common elements of data publication that we identified following our survey of a diverse set of workflows, along with recommendations, challenges, and next steps.
Amy Nurnberger is the Research Data Manager for Columbia University and its affiliates, and sits within the Center for Digital Research and Scholarship in the Columbia University Libraries / Information Services, where the institutional research repository also resides. As Research Data Manager, Amy addresses the data life cycle needs of researchers through planning, outreach, training, and development of policies and practices that enable research data management. She is a co-chair of the Research Data Alliance (RDA)/World Data Services Publishing Data Workflows Working Group, and sits on the RDA Organisational Advisory Board.
Making Big Data Useful: The NSIDC Experience
Ruth Duerr, Data Stewardship Program Manager, National Snow and Ice Data Center
I am a natural generalist with about 3 decades of experience as a data scientist, data manager and software and systems engineer developing and managing data and systems in a broad range of scientific disciplines. My research interests include nearly all aspects of data stewardship, data science and informatics with active programs and projects aimed at advancing the state of the art in data stewardship, bringing semantics to polar and cryospheric data, and improving the discoverability, accessibility, and interoperability of data through technologies such as brokering, web crawling, and web services such as OpenSearch.
Addressing the New Challenges in Data Sharing: Large-Scale Data and Sensitive Data
Mercè Crosas, Chief Data Science and Technology Officer, IQSS, Harvard University
Mercè Crosas is the Chief Data Science and Technology Officer at the Institute for Quantitative Social Science (IQSS) at Harvard University. Together with the Director of IQSS, she leads the vision and strategic direction of all data sharing and analysis projects developed at IQSS, including the Dataverse project for publishing and archiving research data, the Zelig project for statistical analysis, and the Consilience project for text analysis. Her team includes research data scientists and information scientists. More at http://scholar.harvard.edu/mercecrosas.
Registration closes on December 9, 2014 at 12:00 p.m. (ET)
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