Collaborating with Your Library to Jump Start Grand Challenges, Characterize Your Impact and Write Your Next Proposal

Caitlin J Bakker, Jan Fransen, Linda Galloway, Sarah DuCloux-Potter

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Abstract

In times of uncertainty, resilience is often built by utilizing new approaches and engaging new partners. Working together, research development professionals can be even more effective when they team up with librarians. Librarians bring a deep understanding of the scholarly communications across a broad swath of disciplines. This is complemented by a skill set rooted in research information gathering and analytics, data structure, and publication data, including an understanding of the potential uses and limitations of these data, as well as sources, and tools for analysis and presentation.

This panel, featuring members of both the library and the research office at the University of Minnesota, will explore the value of this collaborative approach, with the goal of inspiring attendees to partner to increase research productivity. Panelists will discuss how their own partnership has evolved over the years through specific examples, including department and college-level initiatives, coordination with other offices and stakeholders to demonstrate the impact and increase the reach of research.
Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - May 2018
EventNational Organization of Research Development Professionals - Arlington, United States
Duration: May 7 2018May 9 2018

Conference

ConferenceNational Organization of Research Development Professionals
Abbreviated titleNORDP
CountryUnited States
CityArlington
Period5/7/185/9/18

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