NNLM New England Region Network Members,
Thank you all for the notes of congratulations! I’ve greatly enjoyed working with the NNLM NER for the past two years. I feel very lucky to have made so many wonderful connections in our region and nationally. My final day at UMass Medical School is Friday May 5th.
My work with NER has focused on building research data education and resources for librarians in New England and for the NNLM. It is gratifying to see the successful programming grow each year, and I am encouraged the NNLM and NLM will continue to support data education.
Working for the NNLM has been an honor and it has been very rewarding to support research data management education in the New England Region. It’s been a pleasure to work with such passionate library and data management advocates. So to all the “datalibs” I have had the pleasure of working with, I look forward to our continued partnerships!
I will be joining the Harvard Library as the Countway Research Data Services Librarian. My new position is a dual role involving program development activities and providing data-related services directly to researchers. I am excited to collaborate with members of the Harvard Library community on the Cambridge campus to help build a new data services program. At Countway Library, I am looking forward to working with Director Elaine Martin again to develop and deliver services for researchers at the Harvard Medical School.
Since I will not be moving far, our paths will surely continue to cross. If you would like to get in touch with me in the future, you can find my new contact information on the Countway Library website soon. You can also connect with me on LinkedIn and Twitter (@jgolds2).
It has been an honor to serve a network of librarians who make a difference every day, and I hope I have had a positive impact on your work. I wish you all the best and hope you will stay in touch!