Expanding Data Management Service Boundaries at Johns Hopkins University
AuthorsFearon, David S.
Keywordsresearch data management
Library and Information Science
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AbstractJohns Hopkins Data Management Services (DMS), part of the JHU University Libraries and one of the first such services in the US, is now in its sixth year. As we continue to explore and expand boundaries of our research data management service, this poster summarizes new collaborative and boundary-crossing projects over the last year. Our offerings of data archiving are expanding to earlier research stages through our collaboration with the Center for Open Science's Open Science Framework (OSF). DMS offers user support and is working with developers with JHU Library's Data Management Division to build APIs and workflows for adding an archival preservation stream for researchers' OSF collaborative projects. Our department offers training on several data management topics. A new addition is an online training on data management planning which is publicly available on our website, dms.data.jhu.edu. We also offer one of our trainings for licensed access by other institutions, on the topic of protecting and de-identifying shared human subjects data. Finally, we note our website's resources on the topic of preserving and archiving research software, produced by our CLIR-sponsored postdoc, Fernando Rios.
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