Title of Presentation

Developing Novel Data Services: Data Visualization as an Outreach Tool

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Presentation

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Other

Description

Although the need for data services at academic institutions is well known, researchers often view data management plans mandates as “sticks.” While working with researchers at Oregon Health & Science University, I have found that Data Visualization is an excellent “carrot”, becoming a tool that fosters discussion, engagement and collaboration. This session will cover how OHSU developed Data Visualization workshops, services, and formal curricula. These data services have led to new partnerships and stronger ties, benefiting both our data management services and our broader library initiatives.

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Start Date

13-2-2015 1:15 PM

End Date

13-2-2015 2:00 PM

Persistent Identifier

http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/20152

Subjects

Information visualization, Data management -- Planning, Oregon Health & Science University, Research -- Information services, Institutional repositories

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Feb 13th, 1:15 PM Feb 13th, 2:00 PM

Developing Novel Data Services: Data Visualization as an Outreach Tool

Although the need for data services at academic institutions is well known, researchers often view data management plans mandates as “sticks.” While working with researchers at Oregon Health & Science University, I have found that Data Visualization is an excellent “carrot”, becoming a tool that fosters discussion, engagement and collaboration. This session will cover how OHSU developed Data Visualization workshops, services, and formal curricula. These data services have led to new partnerships and stronger ties, benefiting both our data management services and our broader library initiatives.