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Marketing Data Management Tools and Services to Faculty – ASERL Summertime Summit – Breakout Session 2

For the afternoon breakout session I chose “Marketing Data Management Tools and Services to Faculty”, presented by Mandy Swygart-Hobaugh from Georgia State U, and Jen Doty from Emory U. Jen Doty gave us an overview of what Emory is doing … Continue reading

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Other posts about ASERL Summertime Summit

Today I thought I’d check if anyone else had written about ASERL’s Summertime Summit in Atlanta. I found two blog posts, a slide deck, and a video. Wake Forest U Librarians wrote about the summit. http://cloud.lib.wfu.edu/blog/pd/2013/08/21/aserl-summertime-summit-2013-liaison-roles-in-open-access-data-management-equal-parts-inspiration-perspiration/ And Robin Sinn from … Continue reading

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ASERL Summertime Summit – Breakout Session 1 – Data Management Tools

After a rousing keynote, we had the choice of 4 topics for the first breakout session.  I chose “Practical Data Management Tools – Step-By-Step Guide, DMPTool, DataBib” presented by Aaron Trehub (Auburn U) and Lizzy Rolando (Georgia Tech).  To help … Continue reading

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ASERL Summertime Summit – Opening Keynote – Sayeed Choudhury

I was lucky enough to attend my first ASERL (Association of Southeastern Research Libraries) event this week.  It was a very timely Summertime Summit titled “Liaison Roles in Open Access & Data Management: Equal Parts Inspiration & Perspiration” held in … Continue reading

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