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Data information literacy : librarians, data, and the education of a new generation of researchers / edited by Jake Carlson and Lisa R. Johnston.

Contributor(s): Carlson, Jake, 1970- [editor.] | Johnston, Lisa (Lisa R.) [editor.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Purdue information literacy handbooks: Publisher: West Lafayette, Indiana : Purdue University Press, [2015]Copyright date: ©2015Description: 1 online resource (x, 271 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781612493510; 1612493513; 9781612493527; 1612493521.Subject(s): Academic libraries -- Services to graduate students | Academic libraries -- Relations with faculty and curriculum -- United States -- Case studies | Academic librarians -- Effect of technological innovations on | Information literacy -- Study and teaching (Higher) | Electronic information resource literacy -- Study and teaching (Higher) | Science -- Data processing -- Management | Research -- Data processing -- Management | Database management | Cyberinfrastructure | Digital preservationAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Data information literacyDDC classification: 028.7071/1 Other classification: 02.13 | 06.64 | 06.41 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Determining data information literacy needs : a study of students and research faculty / Jake Carlson, Michael Fosmire, C.C. Miller, Megan Sapp Nelson -- Developing the Data Information Literacy project : approach and methodology / Jake Carlson, Lisa R. Johnston, Brian Westra -- An exploration of the data information literacy competencies : findings from the project interviews / Jake Carlson, Jon Jeffryes, Lisa R. Johnston, Mason Nichols, Brian Westra, Sarah J. Wright -- Developing a for-credit course to teach data information literacy skills : a case study in natural resources / Sarah J. Wright, Camille Andrews -- Addressing software code as data : an embedded librarian approach / Jake Carlson, Megan Sapp Nelson -- Teaching data information literacy skills in a library workshop setting : a case study in agricultural and biological engineering / Marianne Bracke, Michael Fosmire -- Teaching civil engineering data information literacy skills : an e-learning approach / Lisa R. Johnston, Jon Jeffryes -- Teaching ecology data information literacy skills to graduate students : a discussion-based approach / Brian Westra, Dean Walton -- Developing data information literacy programs : a guide for academic librarians / Sarah J. Wright, Jake Carlson, John Jeffryes, Camille Andrews, Marianne Bracke, Michael Fosmire, Lisa R. Johnston, Megan Sapp Nelson, Dean Walton, Brian Westra -- Where do we go from here? Further developing the data information literacy competencies / Megan Sapp Nelson -- Future directions for data information literacy : growing programs and communities of practice / Jake Carlson.
Summary: "Given the increasing attention to managing, publishing, and preserving research datasets as scholarly assets, what competencies in working with research data will graduate students in STEM disciplines need to be successful in their fields? And what role can librarians play in helping students attain these competencies? In addressing these questions, this book articulates a new area of opportunity for librarians and other information professionals, developing educational programs that introduce graduate students to the knowledge and skills needed to work with research data. The term "data information literacy" has been adopted with the deliberate intent of tying two emerging roles for librarians together. By viewing information literacy and data services as complementary rather than separate activities, the contributors seek to leverage the progress made and the lessons learned in each service area. The intent of the publication is to help librarians cultivate strategies and approaches for developing data information literacy programs"-- Provided by publisher.Summary: "The intent of the publication is to help librarians cultivate strategies and approaches for developing data information literacy programs of their own using the work done in the multiyear, IMLS-supported Data Information Literacy (DIL) project as real-world case studies. The initial chapters introduce the concepts and ideas behind data information literacy, such as the twelve data competencies. The middle chapters describe five case studies in data information literacy conducted at different institutions (Cornell, Purdue, Minnesota, Oregon), each focused on a different disciplinary area in science and engineering. They detail the approaches taken, how the programs were implemented, and the assessment metrics used to evaluate their impact. The later chapters include the "DIL Toolkit," a distillation of the lessons learned, which is presented as a handbook for librarians interested in developing their own DIL programs. The book concludes with recommendations for future directions and growth of data information literacy. More information about the DIL project can be found on the project's website: datainfolit.org"-- Provided by publisher.
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"Given the increasing attention to managing, publishing, and preserving research datasets as scholarly assets, what competencies in working with research data will graduate students in STEM disciplines need to be successful in their fields? And what role can librarians play in helping students attain these competencies? In addressing these questions, this book articulates a new area of opportunity for librarians and other information professionals, developing educational programs that introduce graduate students to the knowledge and skills needed to work with research data. The term "data information literacy" has been adopted with the deliberate intent of tying two emerging roles for librarians together. By viewing information literacy and data services as complementary rather than separate activities, the contributors seek to leverage the progress made and the lessons learned in each service area. The intent of the publication is to help librarians cultivate strategies and approaches for developing data information literacy programs"-- Provided by publisher.

"The intent of the publication is to help librarians cultivate strategies and approaches for developing data information literacy programs of their own using the work done in the multiyear, IMLS-supported Data Information Literacy (DIL) project as real-world case studies. The initial chapters introduce the concepts and ideas behind data information literacy, such as the twelve data competencies. The middle chapters describe five case studies in data information literacy conducted at different institutions (Cornell, Purdue, Minnesota, Oregon), each focused on a different disciplinary area in science and engineering. They detail the approaches taken, how the programs were implemented, and the assessment metrics used to evaluate their impact. The later chapters include the "DIL Toolkit," a distillation of the lessons learned, which is presented as a handbook for librarians interested in developing their own DIL programs. The book concludes with recommendations for future directions and growth of data information literacy. More information about the DIL project can be found on the project's website: datainfolit.org"-- Provided by publisher.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Determining data information literacy needs : a study of students and research faculty / Jake Carlson, Michael Fosmire, C.C. Miller, Megan Sapp Nelson -- Developing the Data Information Literacy project : approach and methodology / Jake Carlson, Lisa R. Johnston, Brian Westra -- An exploration of the data information literacy competencies : findings from the project interviews / Jake Carlson, Jon Jeffryes, Lisa R. Johnston, Mason Nichols, Brian Westra, Sarah J. Wright -- Developing a for-credit course to teach data information literacy skills : a case study in natural resources / Sarah J. Wright, Camille Andrews -- Addressing software code as data : an embedded librarian approach / Jake Carlson, Megan Sapp Nelson -- Teaching data information literacy skills in a library workshop setting : a case study in agricultural and biological engineering / Marianne Bracke, Michael Fosmire -- Teaching civil engineering data information literacy skills : an e-learning approach / Lisa R. Johnston, Jon Jeffryes -- Teaching ecology data information literacy skills to graduate students : a discussion-based approach / Brian Westra, Dean Walton -- Developing data information literacy programs : a guide for academic librarians / Sarah J. Wright, Jake Carlson, John Jeffryes, Camille Andrews, Marianne Bracke, Michael Fosmire, Lisa R. Johnston, Megan Sapp Nelson, Dean Walton, Brian Westra -- Where do we go from here? Further developing the data information literacy competencies / Megan Sapp Nelson -- Future directions for data information literacy : growing programs and communities of practice / Jake Carlson.

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Jake Carlson is an associate professor and data services specialist with the Purdue University Libraries. He pursues innovative solutions for organizing, preserving, and providing access to research data collections. He has worked extensively with faculty at Purdue in crafting data management plans, and in developing workflows to support data sharing and curation.

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