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Susan Ivey

Susan Ivey

Research Data & Infrastructure Librarian, North Carolina State University
Susan Ivey is the Research Data & Infrastructure Librarian at North Carolina State University Libraries, where she collaborates with the Office of Information Technology to support research data storage services, helps advance library-wide efforts to support research data management for faculty and students throughout the research lifecycle, and communicates with stakeholders across campus to determine and investigate evolving data needs. Prior to joining NCSU, she was a Digital Repository Content Analyst at Duke University Libraries and the Digital Initiatives Librarian and Assistant Professor at the University of Mississippi Libraries. She received a M.S. in library and information science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and a M.A. in English and a B.A. in communication media from North Carolina State University.

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Recent years have introduced a variety of new technologies into the mainstream, such as artificial intelligence, data science, and virtual and augmented reality. As the research community increasingly uses these tools and techniques to generate findings, what are the needs of the library in supporting the research activity as well as the resulting output? This virtual conference will explore technologies supported by the modern research library and the impact on both workflow and workforce. The first block of the day will consist of discussions of the administrative view of new technologies impacting on the library with the rest of the day given over to case studies.

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