Program 2016

RDAP2016 Program

Wednesday, May 4Thursday, May 5 | Lightning Talks | Roundtables | Posters | Data Carpentry Workshop (May 6 – 7)

Wednesday, May 4

8:30 – 9:00 am  

Light breakfast & coffee
Welcome & Introductions

9:00 – 10:15 am

Panel 1: “Engaging Liaisons”
(Panel Leads: Megan Sapp Nelson, Purdue University & Marina Zhang, University of Iowa)

  • Abigail Goben, University of Illinois Chicago
  • Tina Griffin, University of Illinois Chicago
  • Sara Scheib, University of Iowa
  • Scott Martin, University of Michigan

10:15 – 10:45 am  Break

10:45 – 12:00 pm

Panel 2: “Sustainability”
(Panel Leads: Kristin Briney, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee & Erica Johns, Cornell University)

  • Yasmeen Shorish, James Madison University
  • Margaret Henderson, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Kristin Eschenfelder, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Jen Green, University of Michigan

12:00 – 1:15 pm   Lunch

1:15 – 2:30 pm

Panel 3: “Building the Research Data Community of Practice”
(Panel Lead: Cynthia Hudson-Vitale, Washington University in St. Louis)

  • Sherry Lake, University of Virginia
  • Brianna Marshall, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Regina Raboin, University of Massachusetts Medical School
  • Andrew Johnson, University of Colorado
  • Brian Westra, University of Oregon

2:30 – 3:00 pm   Break

3:00 – 4:00 pm    Social/Networking Event

4:00 – 4:15 pm    Closing Remarks and Poster Session Introduction

4:15 – 5:30 pm    Poster Session

  • “Landscapes of research data management services in academic libraries in the US” – Ayoung Yoon & Teresa Schultz
  • “Evaluating Research Data Management Education: the good, the bad, and the ugly” –  Amy Koshoffer, Tiffany Grant, Regina Raboin & Amanda Rinehart
  • “Connecting Social and Health Sciences Data – This Librarian’s Life” – Michelle Bass
  • “Collaborating to Create a Culture of Data Stewardship” – Vicky Steeves, Kevin Read & Drew Gordon
  • “Interpreting Local Data Policies in Practice” – Line Pouchard, Donna Ferullo & Lisa Zilinski
  • “Challenges and Opportunities in an Institutional Repository Self-Submission Model” – Amy Koshoffer
  • “A Cross-Institutional Collaboration For Open Research Data: Harvard Dataverse Use Case” – Elizabeth Quigley & Eleni Castro
  • “Librarian Research Data: Customizing the DMP Assistant for Practitioner-Researchers” – Kristin Bogdan
  • “Data citation practices in scientific research communities: the Data Citation Index of Web of Science” – Hyoungjoo Park
  • “The Dataverse Project: An Open-Source Data Repository and Data Sharing Community” – Elizabeth Quigley
  • “Enhancing Velo to Support OSTP Policy” – Justin Day, Carina Lansing, Zoe Guillen & Chandrika Sivaramakrishnan
  • “Investigation of private industry and non-academic data management practices” – Steve Van Tuyl & Amanda Whitmire
  • “Boston University’s Study Group” – Tom Hohenstein
  • “It Takes Teamwork to Make the Dream Work: Delivering data management services in a team based environment” – Rachel Besara, Renaine Julian & Micah Vandegrift
  • “Diving into Data: Implementing a Data Repository at the Texas Digital Library” – Sean Buckner, Jeremy Donald, Bruce Herbert, Wendi Kaspar, Nick Lauland, Kristi Park, Todd Peters, Denyse Rodgers, Cecilia Smith, Chris Starcher, Ryan Steans, Santi Thompson, Ray Uzwyshyn & Laura Waugh
  • “Responding to Data Management and Sharing Requirements in the Health Sciences” –  Caitlin Bakker
  • “Data Management from an Outsider’s Perspective” – Julia Corrin, Ann Marie Mesco, Kathleen Behrman & Lina Spotts
  • “A Proposed Course Model for Integrating RDM with Research Reproducibility” – Andrew Creamer, Hope Lappen & John Santiago
  • “Expanding Research Data Services with Deep Blue Data” – Amy Neeser
  • “Repository Data: Analysis of datasets in a campus repository” – Christie Wiley
  • “Documenting and Sharing Data in an Interdisciplinary Group” – Morgan Daniels
  • “Data Management Training Clearinghouse” – JC Nelson, Nancy Hoebelheinrich, Tamar Norkin, Marissa Borre, Amber Budden, John Faundeen, Sophie Hou, Shelley Knuth, Matthew Mayernik, Erin Robinson & David Bassendine
  • “Measuring adoption of Electronic Lab Notebooks and their impact on research data management practices” – Jan Cheetham & Wendy Kozlowski
  • “The Data Services Faculty Survey: Building Partnerships for a Liberal Arts College Library Data Services Program” – Amy Blau
  • “IASSIST: Linking international support for data services and curation” – Jen Green
  • “Hacking the figshare API to Create Enhanced Metadata Records” – Dan Valen

Thursday, May 5

8:30 – 9:00 am

Light breakfast & coffee
Welcome Back

9:00 – 10:30 am

Panel 4: “Measuring Up: How Are We Defining Success for Research Data Services?”
(Panel Lead: Heather Coates, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis)

  • Jake Carlson, University of Michigan
  • Ryan Clement, Middlebury College
  • Margaret Henderson, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Lisa Johnston, University of Minnesota
  • Yasmeen Shorish, James Madison University

10:30 – 11:00 am    Break

11:00 – 12:15 pm     

Panel 5: “DMPs and Public Access: Agency and Data Service Experiences”
(Panel Lead: Margaret Henderson, Virginia Commonwealth University)

  • Laura J. Biven, Office of the Deputy Director for Science Programs, Office of Science, US Department of Energy
  • Andi Ogier, Virginia Tech
  • Jonathan Petters, Johns Hopkins University
  • Anne Maglia, Division of Biological Infrastructure, National Science Foundation
  • Lisa Federer, National Institutes of Health

12:15 – 1:30 pm    Lunch

1:30 – 3:00 pm

Panel 6: “Crowdsourcing Guidelines for a Successful Data Event: An Un(conference) Panel”
(Panel Lead: Brianna Marshall, University of Wisconsin-Madison)

  • Jamene Brooks-Kieffer, University of Kansas
  • Steve Van Tuyl, Oregon State University
  • Mark Laufersweiler, University of Oklahoma
  • Andrew Johnson, University of Colorado
  • Scott Martin, University of Michigan
  • Michelle Hudson, Yale University

3:00 – 3:30 pm    Break

3:30 – 4:30 pm     Lightning Talks

  • “Growing Data in Utah: A Model for Statewide Collaboration” – Betty Rozum, Utah State University
  • “Personas as a Policy Development Tool for Research Data” – Megan O’Donnell, Iowa State University
  • “Quantifying Needs for a University Research Repository System: CMU’s Approach to Prioritizing Capabilities and Including Stakeholders” – Dr. Ana Van Gulick, Carnegie Mellon University
  • The Open Science Framework (OSF): Supporting the Institutional Research Mission – Matt Spitzer, the Center for Open Science
  • “Working Across Cultures: Data Librarian as Knowledge Broker” – Sara Mannheimer, Montana State University
  • “Data Practices and Perspectives of Atmospheric and Engineering Faculty” – Christie Wiley, University of Illinois
  • “Research Data Management Discussion Group: How’d That Go?” – Margaret Janz, Temple University
  • “Spreading the love: Bringing data management training to site locations” – Tina Griffin, University of Illinois at Chicago

4:30 – 5:30 pm     Roundtable Discussions

  • Big Data: what are the needs and the role libraries can play? (Heidi Imker)
  • Working with faculty on research data management: issues, challenges, successes? (Christie Wiley)
  • Data education and data information literacy- examples and success stories (Megan Sapp-Nelson)
  • Establishing a research data management discussion group (Margaret Janz)
  • NIH data deposits: FAQ’s, obstacles to, and tips for sharing data (Lisa Federer)
  • Responsible research: what does it mean for data? (Megan O’Donnell)
  • Repository acceptance of research data- how does it work? Automated? Mediated? Both? Who does it, what is your role? (Amy Neeser)
  • Assessing research data management instruction (Regina Raboin)
  • Deaccessioning and Deleting Data (Abigail Goben)
  • SHARE (Cynthia Vitale)
  • What is the position of the Office of Research (Sponsored programs) with regard to RDMS? How does this affect your work? Should you try to establish/improve the relationship? How? (Aletia Morgan)
  • One open topic to be voted on at the table

5:30 – 5:45 pm     Closing Remarks


Data Carpentry Workshop


Day 1: Friday, May 6 (8:30 AM to 4:30 PM)

  • Spreadsheet Best Practices
  • Open Refine
  • Introduction to R

Day 2: Saturday, May 7 (8:30 AM to 4:30 PM)

  • Introduction to SQL
  • Analysis and Visualization in R