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NISO Two Part Webinar, Building Data Science Skills - Strategic Support for the Work, Part Two - March 18, 2020

This webinar will focus on the on-going need for information professionals to be well-versed in data science skills in order to successfully support the work of the students, scholars, and other professionals you serve. While you may be quite familiar with the research data lifecycle, what additional tools or support do you need in order to extract, wrangle, analyze, and present data for, from, and about your organization? What management challenges does your organization face in ensuring that staff are sufficiently prepared and supported? What skills should be looked for when hiring? How and why should data science education be implemented? What policies or practices have organizations found useful? These questions and more will be answered by our panel of experts from across the information community. Confirmed speakers include Stephanie Labou, Data Science Librarian, University of California, San Diego; Courtney Butler, Data Science Librarian, Federal Reserve Bank -Kansas City; Julie Goldman, Countway Research Data Services Librarian, Harvard; and Ron Daniel, Director, Elsevier Labs, Elsevier.
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NISO Webinar


Helping people gain a greater understanding of the information community — our issues and concerns, challenges and opportunities — is core to NISO's mission. Our events are a key element of this, with our popular webinar program at their heart. And, following the NISO/NFAIS merger earlier this year, all NISO members can now attend all 14 webinars in 2020 completely free of charge! This includes an unlimited number of places and full access to a recording of each webinar for anyone who is unable to attend the event itself.
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Courtney R. Butler

Data Science Librarian, Federal Reserve Bank -- Kansas City


Courtney R. Butler is a Senior Data Librarian at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. She holds a Masters in Library Science from Indiana University Bloomington, and her research focuses on digital preservation, digital inclusion, and research reproducibility.
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Julie Goldman

Countway Research Data Services Librarian, Harvard University Library


Julie Goldman, BS, MLIS, is the Countway Research Data Services Librarian with the Harvard Library. Julie collaborates with members of the Harvard University community to build a cohesive data services program, and works at Countway Library of Medicine to deliver services directly to researchers across the Longwood Medical Area. Julie works with students and faculty researchers in the sciences interested in writing data management and sharing plans, and partners with them to plan for the management of their data throughout the lifecycle of their research project. Julie is a certified Carpentries Instructor, involved in Open Access journal publishing, and experienced online course instructor. Through all this work, Julie promotes open science, reproducible workflows, and is interested in broadening scientific communication.
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Ron Daniel

Director, Elsevier Labs, Elsevier


Ron Daniel is the Director of Elsevier Labs, an R&D group which concentrates on smart content and on the future of scholarly communications. Educated as an electrical engineer, Ron has done extensive work on metadata standards such as the Dublin Core, RDF, and PRISM. Before joining Elsevier in 2010, he worked at a startup that was acquired for its automatic classification technology, and consulted on taxonomy and information management issues for nine years. Ron received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Oklahoma State University, and was a postdoctoral researcher at Cambridge University and at Los Alamos National Laboratory.
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Stephanie Labou

Data Science Librarian, University of California, San Diego


Stephanie Labou is the Data Science Librarian with the UC San Diego Library. She provides user assistance with datasets and data analysis through general reference, in-person consultations, and collection development of licensed and open access data. Stephanie also co-manages the library’s Data & GIS Lab, provides instruction and short-form workshops on coding skills and best practices, including the popular Software and Data Carpentry workshops, and acts as the library liaison for the data science major and the Halıcıoğlu Data Science Institute.