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Lisa R Johnston  [24]

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As Data Management & Curation Lead and co-director of the University Digital Conservancy I coordinate the library's efforts around digital scholarship and research data management, access, and archiving. Prior to this I served as library liaison to the Physics, Astronomy, and Geology departments (2007-2011). My research areas of focus are scientific data curation, citation analysis, information-seeking behavior and web development of user-centered tools to access information.

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The Data Management Village: Collaboration among Research Support Providers in the Large Academic Environment

Hofelich Mohr, Alicia; Johnston, Lisa R; Lindsay, Thomas A (Databrarianship: The Academic Data Librarian in Theory and Practice (editors Kristi Thompson and Lynda Kellam) Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL), 2016)
Data management encompasses the practices and people that acquire, control, protect, deliver and enhance the value of data throughout the research lifecycle. Done well, data management requires that these practices and ...

Developing a Data Curation Service: Step #1: Work With What You’ve Got

Johnston, Lisa R. (Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 2014)

Partnerships in a Data Management Village: Exploring how research and library services can work together

Hofelich Mohr, Alicia; Lindsay, Thomas; Johnston, Lisa (2015)
Providing data management services is a task that takes a village; a distributed model of support, involving collaboration among diverse institutional offices, is needed to do it well. Researchers especially benefit when ...

Understanding Researcher Needs in Data Management: A Comparison of Four Colleges in a Large American University

Hofelich Mohr, Alicia; Braun, Steven; Bishoff, Carolyn; Bishoff, Josh; Johnston, Lisa (2015)
The diverse nature of research makes identifying needs and providing support for data management a complex task in an academic setting. To better understand this diversity, we compare the findings from three surveys on ...

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