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Sharing Research Data

I realize I’m in an environment chock full of proprietary information. It’s vital for their business that GE to keep their research data secret.

I am, however, a digital information scientist. 50 more words

Graduate School

Getting it wrong

One of my recent workshops went less smoothly than I like, so I can’t stop analyzing (possibly obsessing over) what went wrong. What it felt like from my perspective is that I wasn’t adequately prepared. 463 more words

International Digital Curation Conference 2015

I had never intended to leave this blog void of entries in 2014, let alone leave it with a “top 10″ list as the last entry.   556 more words


Data Integration, Part 3: Data Integration, Data Curation, and Data Views

In recent posts, we have introduced a data acquisition workflow during which data from multiple sources are collected and used to uniquely identify resources of interest and fragment their descriptions into… 482 more words

Big Data

Data Management, Sharing and Researcher Workflows

The Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) recently posted a two-part In:thinking blog by Vessela Ensberg and myself on data management, data sharing and researcher workflows. 68 more words

Data Curation

Data Detective?

Excited to start a new project with Kathryn Hammond Baker and Emily Gustainis (Harvard Center for the History of Medicine) and Sharon Farnel (University of Alberta Libraries) entitled Bridging the Research Data Divide: Rethinking Long-term Value and Access for Historical and Contemporary Maternal, Infant and Child Research. 303 more words

Data Curation

Weekly Response 10 — Diana Rosenthal

I loved Sarah Calaghan’s blog post “How is a scarf like a dataset?” I thought the analogy was quirky, but true, and it boiled the complex idea of describing, organizing, and managing data into some easy-to-understand concepts. 236 more words

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