View from across the pond: A UK perspective

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Abstract

The rise of research data management has stimulated the growth of a new field of data librarians in the UK, alternately dubbed RDM coordinators or data librarians, mostly but not always based in academic libraries. The current situation will be contextualized by a recent history of research data services in the UK and a look at how UK services have been influenced by both the European model of national data archives and North American university-based services. The role of research funders in driving institutional change and the response of academic libraries to new requirements for research support will be examined.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDatabrarianship
Subtitle of host publicationThe Academic Data Librarian in Theory and Practice
EditorsLynda Kellam, Kristi Thompson
Place of PublicationChicago
PublisherACRL - Association of College & Research Libraries
Pages307-320
ISBN (Print)9780838987995
Publication statusPublished - 2016

Keywords

  • data librarianship
  • research data support

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