Research Integrity and research data management: Connections, challenges, and advocacy
In this interactive talk we will discuss research integrity and implications for research data management, drawing on context from experiences, policies, and different types of research and data practices. In light of these connections we will consider the challenges researchers face and how this relates to our institutions and broader scholarly communities. Moving forward we will begin to frame our roles, generating ideas to advocate for and support researchers as they face these challenges. What opportunities exist for library data services in this landscape?
Bio: Reid is the Research Data Management Librarian at the University of Houston Libraries. She has a PhD in Information Science from the University of Tennessee and was a CLIR postdoctoral fellow in Data and Software Curation for the Sciences and Social Sciences at the University of Notre Dame.