Midday at the Oasis: What to do after You Take a Data Course
Summary: There are many online and in-person courses available for librarians to learn about research data management, data analysis, and visualization, but after you have taken a course, how do you go about applying what you have learned? While it is possible to just start offering classes and consultations, your service will have a better chance of becoming relevant if you consider stakeholders and review your institutional environment. This lecture will give you some ideas to get started with data services at your institution.
Presenter Bio: Margaret Henderson is the Health Sciences Librarian at San Diego State University Library. She is liaison to the College of Health and Human Services and is also working with other Librarians at SDSU to set up RDM services. She is also one of the instructors for the “Biomedical & Health Research Data Management for Librarians” courses sponsored by the National Library of Medicine (NLM) and the Network of the National Library of Medicine Training Office (NTO) Previously, she spent three and a half years setting up RDM services at Virginia Commonwealth University Libraries. Margaret has been a biomedical librarian for over 30 years and is a Distinguished member of the Academy of Healthcare Information Professionals. She has presented and written on many library topics over the years, and wrote the book, Data Management: A Practical Guide for Librarians (2016, Rowman & Littlefield).
Jan 16, 2019
1:00PM - 2:00PM PT
Midday at the Oasis is a webinar series hosted by PSR on various topics of interest such as NLM resources, new trends in health care and librarianship, data management and other topics. Visit the Midday at the Oasis YouTube Playlist for a full list of past presentations!
Date: Third Wednesday every other month
Time: 1-2PM (Pacific) | 2-3PM (Arizona) | 2-3PM (Mountain) | 3-4PM (Central) | 4-5PM (Eastern) | 11AM-12PM (Hawaii) | 7-8AM Thursday (Guam)