Research Data Services Librarian
Harvard Medical School
Julie Goldman, MLIS is a Research Data Services Librarian collaborating with members of the Harvard Library community on building a data services program that addresses all stages of the data lifecycle. At Countway Library, she works closely with an extensive network of professionals invested in data management and open science to develop and deliver services for students and researchers around the Longwood Medical Campus. Julie works with students and faculty researchers in the sciences interested in writing data management and sharing plans, and partners with them to plan for the management of their data throughout their research project. She consults on research data management issues, and assists researchers with with citing and publishing their data. As Project Manager on a NIH Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) Initiative for Resource Development of a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) for Research Education (2015-2018), Julie focused on content review, curriculum creation, videorecording, focus group leader, and Canvas course facilitator. In all here work, Julie promotes open science, reproducible workflows, and is interested in broadening scientific communication. Julie earned her Masters in Library and Information Science from Simmons College and a Bachelor's of Science in Marine Biology from the University of New Hampshire.
Sunday, November 17
9:15 AM – 10:30 AM