Source Publication (e.g., journal title)
Information Technology and Libraries Journal
Becoming a partner in the research process and enabling access to the scholarship of e-science is a natural evolution of the traditional roles of academic libraries. Managing research data can be an important aspect of this expanded role, although many academic librarians may not feel they have the necessary preparation, skills, and capacity to effectively provide research data services. In addition, researchers need to understand the degree to which these services are becoming part of the core services offered by academic librarians in a variety of settings. Knowledge of the possibilities and confidence in their respective roles with research data are necessary for both the librarians who are called on to provide these services and the researchers who will take advantage of the services provided by librarians.
Tenopir, C., Allard, S., Baird, L., Sandusky, R., Lundeen, A., Hughes, D., & Pollock, D. (2019). Academic librarians and research data services: attitudes and practices. Information Technology and Libraries Journal, 1, 24-37.