Our second brown bag talk, “Zero to Sixty: Establishing Research Data Services from Scratch,” will be presented by Kristin Briney, Data Services Librarian at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
TIME: Wednesday, February 25, 12pm-1pm.
PLACE: Cat Lab (4191F), School of Library and Information Studies, 4th floor of Helen C. White Hall.
ABSTRACT: What does it take to create research data services where none existed before? Kristin Briney will discuss establishing data services at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Her talk will include strategy and lessons learned 18 months into the process.
ABOUT KRISTIN: Kristin is a PhD chemist who works at the interface of science, technology, and information management. Her particular interests are: helping researchers manage their data, improving informatics systems through robust metadata and workflows, teaching information retrieval and management skills, and using technology to make science accessible to everyone.