[Eril-l] ALCTS partners with Charleston Conference on data curation event

ALCTS-CE Announce alcts.ce.announce at gmail.com
Fri Oct 2 08:03:58 PDT 2015

*** Apologies in advance for multiple postings ***

Is your Library investigating how to successfully address the research data
management needs of your faculty and students?  Do you want to learn more
about leveraging the discipline expertise of liaison librarians, successful
outreach and educational models, and the resources needed to build and
sustain successful research data management services?  If yes, you should
attend the Introduction to Library Research Data Management Services
seminar at the 2015 Charleston Conference, hosted in partnership with
ALCTS. The seminar takes place on Tuesday, November 3, 2015, from 9 – noon.

The preconference workshop will offer attendees a thoughtful, interactive,
and actionable introduction to building and delivering research data
management services.  Attendees will learn about the primary activities and
importance of data management across the scholarly lifecycle; the policies,
trends, and technologies affecting researchers and the organizations that
support them, and the expertise, staffing and resources libraries must
consider when building services.

Join instructors Jennifer Doty, Research Data Librarian in the Scholarly
Communications Office of the Robert W. Woodruff Library at Emory
University, Christopher Eaker, Data Curation Librarian at the University of
Tennessee, Knoxville (UTK), Libraries and Jackie Wirz, Biomedical Research
Specialist at the Oregon Health & Science Library.

Registration is now open and fees are $159 for ALCTS members and $225 for
non-members. For more information and to register, visit

ALCTS is a division of the American Library Association. An international
member-driven association, ALCTS engages the library community on issues
and policies that affect the acquisition, management, discovery, and
preservation of library collections.

The Charleston Conference is an informal annual gathering of librarians,
publishers, electronic resource managers, consultants and vendors of
library materials in Charleston, South Carolina, in November, to discuss
issues of importance to them all. It is designed to be a collegial
gathering of individuals from different areas who discuss the same issues
in a non-threatening, friendly, and highly informal environment. Presidents
of companies discuss and debate with library directors, acquisitions
librarians, reference librarians, serials librarians, collection
development librarians, and many, many others. Begun in 1980, the
Charleston Conference has grown from 20 participants in 1980 to over 1,600
in 2014.
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