Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice
The current era of e-science and big data calls upon researchers to ensure the security and management of their research data. In this case study researchers from the University of Minnesota Libraries interviewed a graduate student research team and faculty advisor to provide an understanding of the educational gaps that need to be filled in order to graduate data-savvy engineers. This paper presents the needed data management skills with thoughts on how the engineering discipline and academic research libraries might partner on a shared training solution.
Johnston, L. and Jeffryes, J. (2013). "Data Management Skills Needed by Structural Engineering Students: A Case Study at the University of Minnesota." J. Prof. Issues Eng. Educ. Pract., 10.1061/(ASCE)EI.1943-5541.0000154 (Feb. 13, 2013).
Also available at the publishers website at http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)EI.1943-5541.0000154.
IMLS grant "Educating the next generation of e-scientists" also known as the Data Information Literacy Project (DIL)
Johnston, Lisa R; Jeffryes, Jon.
Data Management Skills Needed by Structural Engineering Students: A Case Study at the University of Minnesota.
Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice.
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