A panel of diverse speakers, from inside and outside libraries, will explore different aspects of data publishing in academia. In addition to discussing what it means to publish data, issues of data deposit, storage and accessibility, data citation and DOIs, and data sharing will be addressed. The panel will represent data publishing perspectives from ACRL and non-ACRL publication as well as perspectives from organizations whose work supports publishing data, e.g. DataCite and Dataverse. This ACRL Publications Coordinating Committee program is co-sponsored in-name only by the ACRL Research and Scholarly Environment Committee.
Content Area: Transforming: Library Workforce
Interests: Administration and Management, Community Engagement, Digital Libraries, Electronic Resources, Geospatial Data and Services, Government Documents & Information, Independent Librarians, Institutional Repositories, Instruction, Knowledge Management, Leadership, Librarianship, Library School Education, Metadata, Outreach Services, Professional Development, Reference Services, Research and Statistics, Scholarly Communication, Training
Type of Library: Academic, Association, Community College, Consortium, Corporate, Federal, Government, Information-related Organization, Law, Library School, Medical, Nonprofit, Public, Research Library, Seeking Employment, Special, State Library, Student
Cost: Included with full conference registration.