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Deep Dive into Psychology Data

by Katherine Akers* Continuing our research data education program for librarians at the University of Michigan Library, Susan Turkel (Psychology & Sociology Librarian) and I (eScience Librarian, CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow, and psychologist by training) recently led a Deep Dive into … Continue reading

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Deep Dive into Data

by Scott Martin Following our successful two-part workshop in Research Data Concepts for librarians at the University of Michigan Library, the Data Education Working Group wanted to follow up with a series of workshops exploring subject-specific data landscapes. This presented … Continue reading

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Research Lifecycle Model at UM

by Fe Sferdean In the library’s efforts to support campus research and identify areas of engagement, a Research Lifecycle Committee was created to investigate, define, implement, and sustain the service model for supporting the research community. The committee is comprised … Continue reading

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Data Education: Outreach and Inreach at UM

by Natsuko Nicholls and Katherine Akers In this blog post, the RDS team provides an update on how the University of Michigan (UM) Library has been developing and providing data education and training workshops for both librarians and researchers. Data Management Workshop … Continue reading

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How to Support Faculty Writing Data Management Plans (DMPs)

by Natsuko Nicholls Engineering Data Support Pilot at UM As promised in the previous blog post, I’d like to share a narrative about Engineering librarians who have been increasingly engaged in offering data management services and resources for Michigan researchers. … Continue reading

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