Date/Time: Thursday, June 14, 2018, 2:00 PM ET/11:00 AM PT
Presenter: Margaret Henderson, Health Sciences Librarian, San Diego State University Library, San Diego, CA
Contact: For additional information or questions, please contact Tony Nguyen.
Abstract: There is more to RDM services than the technical skills necessary for data management. Soft skills and non-technical skills are very important when setting up RDM services, and continue to be important to the sustainability of services. Reference skills, relationship building, negotiation, listening, facilitating access to de-centralized resources, policy knowledge and assessment, are all important to the success of a service. Margaret Henderson will discuss these skills and show you how to start RDM services, even if you don’t feel confident about your statistical skills or knowledge of R.
Presenter Bio: Margaret Henderson was recently appointed 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. 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).
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