Collaborating to Create a Culture of Data Stewardship
Read, Kevin B.
Gordon, Andrew S.
|Keywords:||data services;library science;data management|
|Abstract:||Our poster discusses the ways in which we collaborate across the institution to provide comprehensive data management services by identifying overlap, making connections between service offerings, and sharing knowledge and resources around data to enrich the overall mission and strategy of NYU libraries to serve its student and research communities.The new collaboration between NYU Data Services, NYUHSL and special projects like Databrary has served to break down existing institutional silos to provide better research and educational data services to NYU’s student and research communities. This collaboration has been essential for improving upon existing services, identifying new opportunities to support the data needs of institutional stakeholders, and providing increased levels of outreach. By fostering a better understanding of what data services are available across campuses through this ongoing collaboration, we are better able to identify and support our communities’ data needs.|
|Rights:||CC BY-SA 4.0|
|Appears in Collections:||Vicky Steeves's Collection|
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