RDAP Summit Special Issue 2018 NOW AVAILABLE!

The Journal of eScience Librarianship (JeSLIB) released the RDAP Summit Special Issue 2018.

Volume 7, Issue 3 (2018) Special Issue: Research Data and Preservation (RDAP) Summit 2018

The issue comes out of a collaborative initiative with JeSLIB and RDAP showcasing the research presented at the 2018 summit and includes full-length papers and EScience in Action articles.

Visit the Journal of e-Science Librarianship at escholarship.umassmed.edu/jeslib

Be sure to check out two commentaries about the RDAP Summit 2018 published in the previous issue of JeSLIB: Joanna Thielen’s, “A Newbie at the RDAP Summit, or How I Learned that the RDAP Summit is for Everyone” and Ali Krzton’s “Supporting the Proliferation of Data-Sharing Scholars in the Research Ecosystem.”

Information about RDAP 19 can be found on our summit page as it becomes available.

The Journal of eScience Librarianship (JeSLIB) is an open access, peer-reviewed journal advancing the theory and practice of librarianship focusing on services related to data-driven research in science, technology, engineering, math, social sciences, medicine, and public health.

RDAP Webinar Recording: Accelerating Public Access to Research Data Discussion

Now available is the recording of the December 4th follow up discussion on the the Association of American Universities (AAU) and Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) invitation-only workshop mentioned in our earlier post.  The workshop focused on the roles and responsibilities of institutions in providing public access to research data.

https://stream.lib.utah.edu/index.php?c=details&id=13154

Three librarians who attended the workshop moderate the conversation which covers the themes and outcomes of the workshop.

Moderators:
Jake Carlson (University of Michigan)
Sherry Lake (University of Virginia)
Daureen Nesdill (University of Utah)

The follow up discussion was recorded on December 4, 2018
The AAU-APLU workshop was held October 29-30, 2018 in Washington DC.