Category: dataManagement

The Art of Discarding

I’m in the process of spring cleaning my house and am getting lots of inspiration from Marie Kondo’s “The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up.” Her big message is that to truly achieve an organized home, one must discard all … 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 Management Videos

I’ve been so busy talking about documentation on the blog recently that I’ve forgotten to share an awesome project that I’ve been working on: the data management video series! Over the course of the last semester, I worked with an … Continue reading

2015 Data Resolutions

With only a little time left in 2014, I’m sure I’m not the only one making New Year’s resolutions. While many people put diet and exercise at the top of this list, this year I’m making a few data management … Continue reading

Where to Start with Data Management

Managing your research data well feels like a big task. There are so many practices that make up good data management that there are whole classes (Oregon State, University of Minnesota) and curricula (NECDMC, MANTRA) on the topic. There’s even … Continue reading