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2016-17 ARIHSL Business Meetings

ARIHSL Business meetings
9-11am

March 15, 2017
RI Hospital

June 21, 2017: Location TBD

September 21, 2016:
Miriam Hospital

November 16, 2016:
Miriam Hospital

 

2016-17 Executive Board Meetings


March 8, 2017
8:30-11AM
RI Hospital - Aldrich Conference Room

June 7, 2017
8:30-11AM
RI Hospital - PDR 4-5

September 14, 2016: 8:30-11AM
RI Hospital - Aldrich Conference Room

November 9, 2016: 8:30-11AM
RI Hospital - Aldrich Conference Room

 

 

Welcome!

Our Mission:
  • To promote resource sharing and information exchange
  • To provide a symposium for professional development
  • To encourage and maintain interest in health science libraries
  • To represent the interests of the Rhode Island health science library community  
 

Upcoming CE Opportunities

NAHSL Members: You do not want to miss out on this event! Register NOW!

 We are excited to bring the ACRL Licensed WorkshopBuilding Your Research Data Management Toolkit: Integrating RDM into Your Liaison Work” to the New England Region this coming January 2017! Registration for this Full Day Workshop is now open! This event is capped at 100 participants, so please register early!

Registration: https://nnlm.gov/classes/acrl-research-data-management-roadshow

Date
Friday, January 13, 2017
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM EST

Host
Boston University
 
Photonics Center, Colloquium Room 
8 Saint Mary’s Street, 9th floor 
Boston, MA 02215

Program Description
Research data management has emerged as a need among academic researchers and liaisons are building skills in response. This one-day workshop will assist liaisons to identify their existing skills and mindsets that transfer to research data management services and then create a learning plan for the RDM specific knowledge needed to serve their subject disciplines. Tools, hints, and tricks will be shared that facilitate partnerships on campus with disciplinary faculty and with other RDM service providers. 

Guest Speakers

Abigail Goben, MLS, Assistant Professor and Liaison Librarian, University of Illinois at Chicago 
Abigail is an Assistant Professor and Liaison Librarian at the University of Illinois at Chicago Library of the Health Sciences, where she serves as liaison to the College of Dentistry and collaborates with faculty on research data management. Her research focuses on institutional data policies; educational needs in research data management; and open access. Goben is engaged with efforts on campus surrounding research data management and data governance for the University of Illinois Hospital and Health Sciences System. Beyond UIC, Goben is active with the Library Information Technology Association and Association for College and Research Libraries. 

Megan Sapp Nelson, MLS, Associate Professor of Library Science and Liaison Librarian, Purdue University 
Megan is an Associate Professor of Library Sciences and Liaison Librarian at Purdue University, where she serves as liaison to Civil Engineering and related engineering and technology disciplines and Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences. Her research focuses on data information literacy; teaching professional skills to engineering students; and integration of information literacy and data information literacy within the disciplinary curricula. Sapp Nelson is involved in campus efforts surrounding data information literacy at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Beyond Purdue, Sapp Nelson is active in American Society of Engineering Education’s Engineering Libraries Division. Learn more about Megan in her ACRL Member of the Week profile on ACRL Insider

Learning Outcomes

Workshop participants will be able to: 

  • Identify data within the research process and lifecycle in order to articulate the role of the libraries in the management of data to researchers
  • Learn how to develop expertise in the nuances of disciplinary requirements for data management in order to educate their faculty and students about data best practices for their discipline
  • Articulate specific existing skills that they already possess as librarians which transfer to data services in order to begin building a toolkit of research data management skills
  • Identify campus partners in research data management in order to create an environment of research data management support for their faculty
  • Articulate the parts of a data management plan in order to describe its role as a living document within a research project
  • Apply their relevant prior knowledge of their disciplines in order to create a research data management interview plan in order to facilitate faculty engagement

Who Should Attend
This workshop is intended for liaisons who are seeking to engage with research data management for the first time, or who have a very basic knowledge of research data management. This workshop is an introductory level experience. Attendees are not expected to have previous experience with research data management. The primary audience is subject liaison librarians, secondary audience include senior library administrators, middle management and department heads, and technical services librarians and staff. Other campus partners such as Office of Research, Sponsored Programs, Technology Transfer, IRB, or campus IT may be interested but would be a tertiary audience. 

For more information about the ACRL RDM Roadshow, please visit: http://www.ala.org/acrl/rdmroadshow

Registration and more information can be found here: https://nnlm.gov/classes/acrl-research-data-management-roadshow

Sponsored by
Association of College & Research Libraries 
National Network of Libraries of Medicine, New England Region 
University of Massachusetts Medical School, Lamar Soutter Library 
Boston University, Mugar Library 
Boston Library Consortium

 All questions can be directed to Julie Goldman:
Julie Goldman, MLIS
eScience Coordinator
NN/LM New England Region
University of Massachusetts Medical School
(508) 856-3048
Julie.Goldman@umassmed.edu

     

    Upcoming Event

    Save the Date!

    To register for this event: nursing.yale.edu/dss

    For directions and parking information: nursing.yale.edu/about/map-and-visiting

     

    Upcoming CE Opportunity

    Save the Date for the 2017 New England Science Boot Camp!

    This year’s Science Boot Camp will be held June 14-16, 2017 on the campus of University of Massachusetts Amherst, in Amherst, Massachusetts. Science Boot Camp is a fun and affordable 2 ½ day immersion into science topics offering opportunities for librarians and library students interested in science, health sciences, and technology to learn, meet and network in a fun, laid-back atmosphere. Now in its ninth year, the New England Science Boot Camp has been hosted on multiple New England campuses and has been attended by librarians and library students from various regions of the US and beyond—and has inspired the development of other Science Boot Camps in the West, Southeast, and Canada!

    Each science session will include one scientist presenting an overview of the field and a second scientist discussing their research applications within the field.

    The topics for this year’s SBC science sessions are still TBD!

    For up-to-date information, visit http://guides.library.umass.edu/BootCamp2017

    For further questions, please contact Ellen Lutz at lutz@library.umass.edu.

     

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    If you have any questions about membership, please contact Sue Warthman.

     

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