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Sunday, July 15 • 8:00am - 5:00pm
Using the Data Curation Profile as a Means to Engage Researchers

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PRICE: $345.00 Member/ $230.00 Student Member/ $400.00 Non-Member

Many in the library world believe librarians have an opportunity to play a vital role in the development and stewardship of publicly accessible collections of research data sets, a process often referred to as data curation. However, working with data is a new, unfamiliar area for many librarians. The Data Curation Profile Toolkit is a set of inter-related resources designed to capture information about data generated by single scientists/scholars/labs based on their needs and preferences for these data. The DCP Toolkit can be used as a means for launching discussions between librarians and faculty, exploring research data needs, and helping to plan for the development of data services.

SPEAKING:
D. Scott Brandt, Purdue University Libraries


Sunday July 15, 2012 8:00am - 5:00pm
Convention Center, Room E262

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