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Planning, Developing, and Evaluating R Curriculum at the NIH Library

Class Details

Description
This webinar will describe a pilot project to evaluate current R training at the NIH Library, and based on an evaluation of the data, revise the library’s R training curriculum. This will include a discussion of the development of a training plan, weekly R check-in sessions, managing documents using Open Science Framework (OSF), and an evaluation of the pilot.

Learning Objectives:
By the end of this webinar participants should have a better understanding of:
1. R curriculum before the pilot project
2. Our evaluation of data-related training before the pilot project
3. The components of the pilot project
4. The development of our training plan
5. How OSF was used for project management
6. Format and frequency of classes during the pilot project
7. Post-pilot evaluation

Instructor Bios:
Doug Joubert joined the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Library in 2004. He is a customer-oriented practitioner with extensive experience in providing comprehensive research and information services support to researchers working in the areas of public health and health care policy. In this role, Doug provides his clients with services that support of the missions of the NIH and select HHS staff divisions. As part of his duties at the NIH Library, he identifies and provides guidance on the effective use of emerging technologies and recommends strategies to capitalize on them. Practice areas include data analytics, data visualization, GIS, and teaching.

Candace Norton joined the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Library as a National Library of Medicine (NLM) second year Associate Fellow in 2017. Prior to joining the NLM Associate Fellowship Program, Candace managed a small corporate library for a pharmaceutical and life sciences consulting company in Bethesda, MD. During her fellowship appointment, she has pursued projects and training in areas related to pharmacovigilance monitoring, systematic reviews, bibliometric analysis, and data visualization.

Class Date:
Region/Office: National
Oct 12, 2018
2:00PM - 3:00PM ET
Instructor(s):
Elaina Vitale, MLIS, Academic and Data Services Coordinator
Contact:
Continuing Education Credits: 
1
This class is now closed to registrants.

The NNLM Research Data Management (RDM) webinar series is a collaborative, bimonthly series intended to increase awareness of RDM topics and resources.  The series aims to support RDM within the library to better serve librarians and their institutional communities. Topics include, but are not limited to, understanding a library’s role in RDM, getting started, data management planning, and different RDM tools.

Several NNLM Regional Medical Libraries will collaborate and combine efforts to feature experts from the field for this national webinar series. Each session will include separate objectives based on the featured webinar presenter. Attendee participation will be possible through the WebEx platform chat features and other electronic methods designed by the guest presenter. Sessions are recorded, closed captioned, and posted for later viewing.

Each session will last approximately 1 hour and 1 MLA CE contact hour will be offered per session. CE contact hours will only be available during the live presentations of the webinar.
 

Objectives: 
  • Explain how a tool or resource can be utilized within Research Data Management
  • Illustrate and discuss potential role(s) in which librarians or libraries can support Research Data Management
  • Facilitate the creation of RDM plans and programs