Digging into the Research: An Overview of Models and Networks

Dublin, Ohio * April 24, 2019 Digging into the research: An overview of models and networks Brian Lavoie Rebecca Bryant Merrilee Proffitt Senior Research Scientist [email protected] Senior Program Officer

[email protected] Senior Manager [email protected] Formats changing Features shifting The Evolving Scholarly Record

Boundaries extending Stakeholders reconfiguring http://oc.lc/esr Stakeholder eco-system Fix Collect Create

Use Evolving stewardship of the scholarly record Historically a byproduct of uncoordinated, highly distributed, and duplicative process of managing local print collections Sum of local stewardship efforts resulted in aggregate library resource that was relatively complete record of published (print) outputs Features of scholarly record changing: growing in size, complexity, distribution of custodial responsibility Scholarly record now imperfectly approximated in library collections

Stewardship models evolving to conscious coordination http://oc.lc/esr-stewardship Four elements of conscious coordination Align local action with collective effort Collect more of less Move commitments above the institution Curate locally, share globally

Realities of Research Data Management Scoping the RDM Service Bundle RDM Service Space oc.lc/rdm oc.lc/rdm Sourcing & Scaling Choices Incentives to Acquire RDM Capacity The RDM Service Space

All together Identify patterns & trends impacting library interests & mission and transforming library services All together Identify patterns & trends

impacting library interests & mission and transforming library services Institutional Stakeholders Provost/Academic Affairs

Colleges & departments Graduate College Undergrad research Center for teaching & learning Institutional research Registrar Medical HR center VP Research

Tech Transfer Proposal development Sponsored research Research ethics & compliance RDM RIM CIO Advancement

Corporate relations Corporate communications Data Warehouse Shared IT services LIBRARY IR User education & training Graduate College

Undergrad research Postdoc affairs Diagram prepared by Rebecca Bryant, OCLC Research, 2018 Digital scholarship Colleges & depts Examining institutional social interoperability Upcoming RLP effort Examine stakeholders' goals and pain points in order to

better understand how libraries can collaborate successfully Webinars/interviews with other institutional stakeholders Proposal development, pre- and post-award, compliance Academic affairs, Graduate College, registrar Institutional research Campus communications, advancement Synthesize

Examining collaboration Above the institution Below the institution Collaboration Continuum Zorich, et al, "Beyond the Silos of the LAMs: Collaboration in Libraries, Archives and Museums," OCLC Research 2008. Catalysts

Vision - "What can we do together" Mandate Incentives Change Agents Mooring (administrative home)

Resources (technology, funding, staffing) Flexibility External catalysts (audience, peer institutions, funding organizations, professional organizations) Trust Questions?

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