Author: Kristin Briney

Copyright and Data

In my quest to educate everyone on research data management, I’m always looking for easier ways to explain things. On the top of this list is copyright, which is weird to begin with and gets pretty squirrelly when applied to … Continue reading

Love Your Data

It’s Love Your Data Week, an effort coordinated by one of my amazing data librarian peers, Heather Coates. Love your data week celebrates how prevalent and important data is to research while also acknowledging that we need to give our data … Continue reading

Rethinking Research Data

How do you persuade the average person to care about open research data? This was the challenge that I faced in my recent TEDxUWMilwaukee talk on “Rethinking Research Data“. The theme of the talk was that whenever we publish the … Continue reading

Data Management Threshold Concepts

We’ve been going through the new ACRL “Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education” recently at work. This document discusses ways to teach students how to search and understand information resources, framing critical skills as “threshold concepts”. While the Framework … Continue reading

Data Dispute Prompts Lawsuit

I talk a lot on this blog about one of my big personal interests, data management, but I’m always excited to have an excuse to discuss another interest of mine, university data policy. Today’s excuse to delve into policy comes … Continue reading