The recording for the webinar is available: https://webmeeting.nih.gov/p9l95zkoeg5/.
Date/Time: Monday, September 28, 2015, 1:30PM – 3:30PM ET
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Sponsor: DC Area Health Sciences Libraries (DCAHSL)
Part I: NIH Library Bibliometric Analysis
Summary: In response to the growing demand for research assessment services from researchers and administrators alike, many librarians have added bibliometrics to the range of services they provide to their patrons. In June of 2014, the NIH Library launched a bibliometric services program to formalize and expand the Library’s capabilities in this area. The program has since provided over 100 consultations, training sessions, and analyses to NIH staff. In this talk, we will provide an overview of the services we offer through the program, examples of projects that we have worked on, and a look ahead at how we might expand the program in the future.
Part II: Socrata Data Services
Summary: Influential public sector organizations are sharing valuable health data in innovative ways to fuel innovation, accelerate research, inform policy, encourage innovation, and improve transparency in the marketplace. This presentation will explore how CDC, CMS, state and local governments, foundations, and others are publishing machine readable data and APIs to better serve researchers and developers, policymakers, the media, and the public. We will explore what type of health data public sector organizations are publishing and how to find them. The presentation will conclude with a show-and-tell of exemplars in the health data community and a discussion of trends we are seeing in the health data space.
Chris Belter joined the NIH Library in May 2014 from the Central Library of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, where he managed and analyzed publications from the agency’s intramural and extramural research programs. He has an undergraduate degree in Religion from Shenandoah University and an MLS from the University of Maryland. At the NIH Library, Chris provides services related to bibliometrics, portfolio analysis, and data visualization.
Ya-Ling Lu joined the NIH Library in May 2014 from the faculty of the Department of Library and Information Science at Rutgers University, where she taught courses and conducted research in the areas of information-related behavior and user services. Ya-Ling has an undergraduate and master’s degree from Tamkang University in Taipei, Taiwan. She earned her MLIS and PhD from UCLA. At the NIH Library, Ya-Ling provides support in the area of bibliometric analysis and user services.
Mark Silverberg is the technical leader behind Socrata’s initiatives on behalf of high-profile public sector health organizations such as the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Centers for Disease Control, Gates Foundation, and many other clients to help them manage, share, and explain their data more effectively. Mark is an expert on data sharing, data analytics and visualization, and data standards. He also brings deep experience using data visualizations to help non-data savvy users understand data, and he trains clients, developers and data scientists on how to use APIs and web visualization frameworks together.
Amy Yeung is a Data Management Analyst that supports Socrata’s work in the non-profit and health sectors. She helps organizations manage, utilize, and disseminate data to various data consumers. Amy is passionate about health and international development; she is excited to help organizations utilize data to solve critical health problems and help decision makers make more informed / data-driven decisions.
Upon completion of the SEAside Webinar, each participant will receive 2 hours of continuing education credit awarded by the Medical Library Association. Certificates will be available electronically following completion of the online survey supplied at the end of the webinar.
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