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Drawing New Directions for Research Data Services – Plus More ATG News & Announcements for 5/15/24

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This post on the Ithaka S+R website reports that In response to universities’ strategic need to provide effective data support services to researchers, Ithaka S+R launched the Building Campus Strategies for Coordinated Data Support project in February 2023. In the first two phases of the project, participants conducted an inventory of data services on their campus and interviewed researchers about their research data services support needs.

Spring 2024 marked the beginning of phase three during which participants will implement innovative strategies to assist researchers in navigating support services and/or pilot new models for collaborative service delivery. To prepare, we recently held two collaborative workshops for each of the project’s two cohorts. Grounded in design thinking, these workshops brought together representatives from university libraries, health sciences libraries, IT, interdisciplinary research institutes, and offices of research to ideate, brainstorm, and envision new ways to deliver services on their campuses. …”


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