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Monday, October 10 • 2:15pm - 3:00pm
M12: Data Services / Data Science

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Presentation 1
Ten years of progress: Data support services at the UC Berkeley Library
Erin D. Foster, Anna Sackmann
University of California Berkeley, United States of America
As the ways in which UC Berkeley engages with data grows and changes, support offered by the Library and Research IT has evolved as well. This presentation will discuss how these units have pivoted and strategically grown in order to best serve researchers, anticipate needs, and meet future challenges.
Presentation 2
Policy and Community Building Practices: ARL and the RADS Initiative
Shawna Taylor, Katherine Klosek
Association of Research Libraries, United States of America
ARL works with partners in the research library community to understand the implications of policy and determine the direction of our advocacy. The RADS Initiative provides analysis of policy implementation, which further informs our advocacy work. Collaborative practices contribute to a collective articulation of relevant issues in the field.
Presentation 3
Building the National Center for Data Services
Peace Ossom-Williamson, Justin de la Cruz
New York University Langone Health, United States of America
The NNLM National Center for Data Services (NCDS) was established in 2021 to advance data skills and services of U.S. medical librarians. This presentation will explore the creation of NCDS, its mission, and current and future offerings. Additionally, presenters will discuss approaches to continuing education and upcoming opportunities.

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Silvia Wu

Grad Student, San Jose State University iSchool

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Justin de la Cruz

Program Specialist, National Center for Data Services
I'm interested in thinking about how to educate, how people learn, etc. I have some experience with Python. I'm interested in Wikipedia. I like playing guitar and writing songs.

Katherine Klosek

Association of Research Libraries, Association of Research Libraries

Monday October 10, 2022 2:15pm - 3:00pm EDT
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