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Aligning library services with emerging research data needs

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University of Tennessee Libraries Visit, 4/19/13, Andrew Sallans, Head of Strategic Data Initiatives, University of Virginia Library

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Aligning library services with emerging research data needs

  1. 1. Aligning  library  services  with  emerging   research  data  needs   University  of  Tennessee  Libraries  Visit   4/19/13   Andrew  Sallans,     Head  of  Strategic  Data  IniBaBves,     University  of  Virginia  Library     CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  2. 2. A  view  of  the  UVA     research  landscape  •  Focus  on  moving  up  rankings    •  Part  of  strategy  is  an  increased  focus  on  research  acBviBes   and  grant  funding  •  Around  $300M  per  year  in  research  funding,  with  drops  in   recent  years  in  part  due  to  less  available  funding  and  more   compeBBon   –  Most  from  NIH,  but  also  lots  from  NSF,  DOD,  DOE   CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  3. 3. Many  strategies…  •  Commission  on  the  Future  of  the  University  (COFU)  in  2007   –  ParBcularly  the  creaBon  of  two  centers  for  computaBonally-­‐intense  research   –  hJp://www.virginia.edu/planningdocuments/commission/    •  Development  of  cyberinfrastructure  to  support  research   –  Internet2  partnerships,  fiber  upgrades,  Hydra,  Academic  PreservaBon  Trust,  Digital   PreservaBon  Network,  etc.  •  Many  iniBaBves  starBng  up  by  faculty  to  advance  research  agendas,   enable  recruitment  of  top  faculty,  top  postdocs,  top  students   –  QuanBtaBve  CollaboraBve   –  Big  Data   –  Census  Research  Center  possibility   –  Assorted  school  strategic  plans  for  research   CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  4. 4. Where  does  the  Library  stand?   TradiBonal  services   •  Public  services    profile,  resource  focus  on   •  CollecBons   support  for  teaching,   •  Subject  liaisons   discovery,  and  access  to   •  DigiBzaBon   collecBons  content   Successful  “edge”   •  Electronic  Text  Center  (eText)   iniBaBves  to  meet   •  GeospaBal  StaBsBcal  Data  Center  (GeoStat)   emerging  needs  over   •  Scholars  Lab     past  two  decades  not   •  Research  CompuBng  Lab  well  integrated  into  core   •  Digital  Media  Lab   CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  5. 5. What  value  might  the  Library  bring  to   the  new  strategic  agenda?  •  What  are  the  high  value  services?   –  FaciliBes  are  in  high  demand,  but  largely  as  a  study  space  for  students   –  Many  researchers  only  use  online  services/collecBons   –  Demand  in  new  areas  •  Departments  are  reclaiming  and  repurposing  smaller  domain  libraries  •  Even  harder  to  easily  sort  support  funcBons  into  buckets   –  Who  supports  analysis?       –  Infrastructure?     –  Data  management  requirements?   CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  6. 6. Strategy  map  Enabling  research,  teaching,  and  learning  through  services,  collections,  tools,  and   spaces  for  the  faculty  and  students  of  today  and  tomorrow. Source:    hJp://strategy.library.virginia.edu/     CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  7. 7. Top  Library  prioriBes  •  Improve  the  Student  Experience  -­‐  create  a  coordinated  focus  on  student   experience  across  the  Library  system  •  Digital  Preserva=on  -­‐  build  capacity  for  digital  preservaBon  of  all  formats  •  Data  Services  -­‐  establish  a  full  suite  of  services  to  support  scholars  ability   to  acquire,  create,  use,  manage  and  preserve  data  •  New  Collec=on  Models  -­‐  develop  new  resource  distribuBon  models  and   collaboraBve  methods  for  collecBon  access  •  Alderman  Renova=on  -­‐  secure  funding  for  major  renovaBon  of  Alderman   Library  •  Whats  Next  Process  -­‐  experiment  with  new  ways  to  become  a  flexible   and  nimble  organizaBon  that  is  beJer  prepared  for  a  changing  future       CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  8. 8. Data  management:     a  specific  need  and  opportunity  •  May  2010  announcement  of  upcoming  NSF  DMP  requirement  •  Administrators  recognize  new  requirement  and  insufficient   researcher  preparedness  as  a  risk  to  future  funding  goals  •  Our  team  was  already  headed  in  this  direcBon,  and  had  built   experience  in  this  broader  area  through  previous  efforts  •  Library  made  case  to  take  on  support,  and  received   endorsement  and  buy-­‐in  from  research  and  IT  leadership   CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  9. 9. An  evoluBon  of  services  Electronic  Text  (Etext)  Center   Science  and   Research   ScienBfic  Data  and  GeospaBal   Engineering   CompuBng  Lab   ConsulBng   What  comes  and  StaBsBcal   Digital  IniBaBve   (RCL),     (SciDaC)  Group,     next?  Data  (GeoStat)   (SEDI)  Lab,     Center,     2006-­‐2010   2010-­‐Present   2003  -­‐2006   1990s-­‐2006   CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  10. 10. Genng  SciDaC  started:  May  2010   Assessment   Data  Interviews   Planning   Data  Management   Plan  Support   ImplementaBon   Data  in  the   InsBtuBonal  Repository   CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  11. 11. Engaging  on  many  fronts     Front-­‐line     •  Advising  on  data  management  planning   •  ConsulBng  on  data  management  process  improvement  and  curaBon   Services   •  Training  on  requirements  and  best  pracBces       •  DMPTool  for  efficiency  in  offering  DMP  services  and  sharing  best  pracBces   Process   •  Policy  revision  and  recommendaBons   Improvement   •  Serving  as  the  bridge  for  insBtuBonal  data  management  services       Infrastructure   •  Repository  services  (Libra,  Academic  PreservaBon  Trust,  Digital   Development   PreservaBon  Network)     •  ContribuBng  use  cases  and  real  requirements  to  development  efforts     Community-­‐ •  Involvement  in  naBonal  iniBaBves  to  develop  parts  of  our  support  model   wide   •  Developing  collaboraBons  to  share  and  gain  experBse     CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  12. 12. Assessment  /  data  interviews  •  Over  past  two  years  we  conducted  about  25  data  interviews   –  Focus  on  learning  about  research  data  pracBces  at  UVa  and  idenBfying   service  needs/opportuniBes   –  IntenBon  of  leading  into  consulBng  opportuniBes  •  Ended  up  with  conundrum  of  how  to  manage  “unique”   condiBons  of  each  research  environment  against  common   characterisBcs  of  data  management  within  domains  and   insBtuBonal  framework     CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  13. 13. Assessment  workflow   Distribute  final  report   Send  iniBal  report  to   and    begin  DM  Conduct  Data   researcher  for   ImplementaBon  with   Interview   approval/review   Researcher     Produce  "Data   Code  Data   Extract  acBon   Interview  Report"   Interview   statements  from     answers  in  the   “DM  Vitals   “DM  Vitals”  tool     RecommendaBons   Report"     CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  14. 14. Turning  the  assessment  into   recommendaBons  •  Must  be  a  fast  process  •  Must  create  acBonable  and  repeatable  recommendaBons  •  Must  reduce  subjecBvity  •  Must  weigh  all  assessment  factors  •  Must  address  present  DM  condiBon  while  showing  path  for   improvement   CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  15. 15. DMVitals  to  score  the  assessment  •  Data  management  best  pracBce  statements   –  UVa  sources  (ISPRO,  SciDaC  Guidelines)   –  ANDS  long-­‐term  sustainability  scoring  model  •  8  data  management  categories  •  Data  interview  quesBons  and  responses  •  Incorporated  data  management  maturity  index  of  Crowston  &   Qin  Capability  Maturity  Model  (CMM)  for  ScienBfic  Data   Management  (SDM)   See  full  presentaBon  from  IASSIST  2012:     hJp://www.slideshare.net/ASallans/dmvitals-­‐a-­‐data-­‐ management-­‐assessment-­‐recommendaBons-­‐tool-­‐iassist-­‐2012     CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  16. 16. Example  of  similar  sustainability  model  Crowston,  K.  &  J.  Qin.  (2010).  A  capability  maturity  model  for  scien=fic  data  management.  In:    Proceedings  of  the  American  Society  for  Informa=on  Science  and  Technology,  October  24-­‐26,  2010,  PiWsburgh,  PA.  (Poster)   CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  17. 17. DMVitals  scoring  CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  18. 18. DMVitals  report  view  CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  19. 19. RecommendaBons  package  CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  20. 20. Planning  /     data  management  plan  support  •  IniBally  asked  to  provide  boilerplate  text  for  researchers,  we   resisted  this  approach  •  Began  providing  services  by  developing  a  very  user-­‐centered   template  approach,  incorporaBng  Q&A  and  guidance  •  Heavy  focus  on  collaboraBve  development  with  our  team  and   iteraBve  revision   CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  21. 21. Data  management  plan     support  today  •  We’ve  consulted  directly  on  about  50  DMPs  over  the  course   of  the  past  2  years  •  IniBal  focus  was  NSF  and  science/engineering,  but  we’ve  now   seen  them  from  most  domains  and  funding  agencies  •  We  offer  2  business  day  turn-­‐around  on  review,  iteraBve   feedback  and  advising   CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  22. 22. Scaling  the  DMP  consulBng  service   Growth  of  DMPTool  Plans  by  Ins=tu=on   160   U  of  Virginia   140   120   Average  of   100   partners   80   Average  of  all   insBtuBons   60   counted   40   Max  of  all   insBtuBons   counted   20   Min  of  all   0   insBtuBons   counted   CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  23. 23. DMP  consulBng  review  •  We  worked  with  our  sponsored  research  office  to  review  all   DMPs  submiJed  by  UVA  to  NSF  •  We  have  not  yet  completed  our  full  analysis  (and  will  not  be   sharing  the  results  publicly)  but  iniBal  review  shows  a  few   general  trends:   –  Very  clear  which  DMPs  we  reviewed   –  PreJy  clear  which  DMPs  were  copied  from  those  we  reviewed   –  Significant  room  to  improve  amongst  invesBgators  in  understanding  of   what’s  required  and  what  resources  are  available  to  support   compliance     CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  24. 24. DMP  consulBng  next  steps  •  Despite  administraBve  buy-­‐in  and  endorsement,  and   community  appreciaBon  of  our  efforts,  use  is  sBll  lower  than   desired  and  overall  quality  of  DMPs  (per  our  study)  is  sBll  very   sub  par  •  Working  to  get  agreement  for  pilot  of  mandated  DMP  review   as  checkpoint  within  one  school’s  grant  review  processes   –  Low  cost  and  risk  to  school,  potenBal  high  return  to  grant  rates,  plan   quality,  and  compliance   –  High  value  agreement  for  sustaining  our  services  and  ensuring  broader   impact  of  efforts  upon  insBtuBonal  goals     CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  25. 25. ImplementaBon  /  data  in  the   insBtuBonal  repository  •  Improvement  of  upstream  data   management  pracBces  to  improve   quality  in  downstream  preservaBon  •  Development  of  mechanisms  for   preservaBon  of  data   CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  26. 26. Shising  into  “operaBonal”  support  •  ImplementaBon  of  grant-­‐driven  DMPs  (cited  as  highest  value   service  by  one  dean)  •  Plans  for  the  sake  of  doing  beJer  research,  efficiency,  cost-­‐ savings,  risk  miBgaBon  •  Using  notebook  approach  •  SBll  wrangling  with  how  to  keep  things  moving  and  genng   people  to  act  (carrot  vs.  sBck)   CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  27. 27. Selected  addiBonal  efforts  •  Data  Rights  and  ResponsibiliBes  Guidance   –  hJp://www.lib.virginia.edu/brown/data/datarights.html    •  Data  Management  Day  at  UVA  •  Graduate  Student  Data  Management  Portal   –  hJp://pages.shanB.virginia.edu/SciDaC_Grad_Training/    •  Graduate  Student  Data  Management  Bootcamp  (in  partnership   with  Virginia  Tech  Libraries)  •  ASERL/SURA  Model  Language  for  Research  Data  Management   Policies   –  hJp://www.aserl.org/wp-­‐content/uploads/2013/01/ASERL-­‐ SURA_Model_Language_RDM_Policy_Language_FINAL.pdf    •  ARL  SPEC  Kit  on  Research  Data  Management  Services  (in   collaboraBon  with  JHU,  data  presently  being  collected)     CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  28. 28. What  comes  next?      CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  29. 29. Emerging  research  data  services  •  A  complete  suite  to  match  the  emerging  research  needs  •  Five  person  Data  Services  Leadership  Team  for  strategy,   faculty  advisory  group  expected  to  happen  soon  •  Data  management  as  a  useful  cornerstone  at  Bmes  •  Other  areas:   –  GIS  (currently  have  two  FTEs)   –  StaBsBcal  consulBng  (just  hired  new  FTE,  searching  for  second  now)   –  Data  acquisiBon  (just  hired  new  FTE)   –  Metadata  consulBng  (just  restructured,  shising  now)   –  Data  archiving?  Data  mining?    Data  wrangling?    Data  modeling?   CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  30. 30. Staffing  these  emerging  services  •  Retraining    •  Reframing  of  posiBons  •  Offering  job  share  opportuniBes  for  people  to  develop  skills   and  experience  in  new  areas  •  Fresh  hires,  including  non-­‐tradiBonal  (ie.  Domain  PhDs)   CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  31. 31. Core  team  composiBon  Name   Title   Training   Percent  Time   Area  of  Focus  Andrew   Head  of   MLIS   Full-­‐Bme   Management,  planning,  Sallans   Strategic  Data   MSMIT   IT,  budgeBng   IniBaBves  Sherry  Lake   Senior  Data   MLIS   Full-­‐Bme   Planning,  programming,   Consultant   storage,  metadata  Bill  Corey   Data   MLIS   Full-­‐Bme   Policy,  ownership,   Consultant   metadata  Andrea   Health   MLIS   4  hours  per   Clinical  research,  IRBs  Denton   Sciences  Data   week   Consultant  Ricky   Data   PhD   Half-­‐Bme   ScienBfic  data,  methods,  PaJerson   Consultant   Astronomy   funded  research  Summer   MLIS   Full-­‐Bme  for   Project  based  interns   10  weeks   CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  32. 32. Ongoing  struggles…  •  How  do  we  involve  the  broader  Library  staff?  •  In  overall  Library  services,  what  can  we  stop  as  we  shis  into   these  new  areas  of  focus?      •  Beyond  our  culture,  how  do  we  persuade  our  users  to  see  the   Library  differently?    •  CommunicaBon  about  exisBng  efforts  and  management  of   expectaBons   CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  33. 33. Closing  points  •  Change  in  perspec=ve:    This  can  be  a  great  role  for  the   Library,  but  it  requires  change  and  openness  to  doing  things   differently  and  acquiring  different  skills  •  Deeper  involvement  in  research:    SupporBng  researchers  as   they  “acquire,  create,  use,  manage,  and  preserve”  data   demands  deeper  involvement  in  the  research  process  •  Collabora=on  and  partnerships:      success  in  this  area   depends  upon  the  ability  to  effecBvely  coordinate  services   with  other  parts  of  the  research  process     CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.  
  34. 34. QuesBons?     Contact:    Andrew  Sallans   als9q@virginia.edu     TwiJer:    @asallans      CreaBve  Commons  License  ”Aligning  library  services  with  emerging  research  data  needs",  4/19/13  by  Andrew  L.  Sallans   is  licensed  under  a  CreaBve  Commons  AJribuBon-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Unported  License.