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Gail Clement

Gail Clement

Head of Research Services, Caltech
Gail Clement is a Library Administrator and science research librarian at Caltech where she oversees a team of subject librarians, repository, metadata and licensing specialists who develop knowledge management resources, publishing services, and authorship programs for the Caltech community. In this role she also represents Caltech Library on various groups including the Carpentries; the Organizational Advisory Assembly for the Research Data Alliance, the Committee on Publication Ethics, and the Overleaf Steering Committee. She is a certified Data Carpentry Instructor and, as Coordinator of Author Carpentry, Gail collaborates with developers and researchers to create practical, hands-on, and useful lessons in responsible, reproducible, and reuseable open publication. The Reproducible Reporting with Rmarkdown course developed through this work has been well received by researchers worldwide through the Force11 Scholarly Communication Institute and the CODATA-RDA Summer School in Research Data Science.

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