Author: Kristin Briney

The Long List of Data Management Books

There was a long discussion on twitter yesterday (okay, I went on a rant) about the vast number of data management books that have been published for librarians in the past few years. While not exclusively data management books for librarians, … Continue reading

Wrapping Up a Project, Part 2

Twice in the month of January, I had to find files from an old project. With resignation, I delved into old folders only to find that, wow, there’s a “FinalDocuments” subfolder with everything I need all laid out for me … Continue reading

Gaining Competency in Data Visualization

I couldn’t be more excited that my latest journal article, “Gaining Competency: Learning to Teach Data Visualization,” was just published in the Journal of eScience Librarianship. The idea behind the paper is: how do we as librarians teach data skills … Continue reading

Exit Stage Left

Have you ever fallen down a research rabbit hole? It does not happen to me very often (thankfully) but when it does, I fall deep. All of this is to say that I’m back from my 5-month blogging hiatus. I … Continue reading

Privacy Tools

Let’s talk for a moment about data privacy. With so much going on in the US news, you might have missed recent efforts to roll back the FCC rule on internet privacy. Basically, removing these rules would allow internet service … Continue reading