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Wednesday, January 27 • 22:00 - 22:30
A no-nonsense, PIDtastic guide to implementing effective data practices

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Data curation, discovery, reuse, and citation are accelerating scholarship across diverse fields and disciplines, but fall far short of the potential. Stakeholders across campuses are asked to “do better” at managing research data outputs. Often this comes with jargon-filled mandates that are difficult to translate into concrete action. In the summer of 2019, NSF published a clear, concrete call to action for researchers in a Dear Colleague Letter. In an effort to amplify that call and offer clarity to campus stakeholders, ARL, AAU, APLU, and CDL partnered to convene 40 experts in order to create clear, actionable, easy-to-understand guidance.The resulting report Implementing Effective Data Practices: Stakeholder recommendations for collaborative research support was recently released.

This report provides specific recommendations for adopting and implementing persistent identifiers and supporting machine readable data management plans across an institution and within an organization or technology platform. It also provides key considerations for funders in adopting and requiring these critical infrastructure components. While the adoption and implementation of these best practices may be straightforward for some, communication about the importance of this infrastructure and the ease with which it may be implemented is needed.

To support institutional and organizational efforts in the adoption of this infrastructure, the project team has developed a communication toolkit that includes various slide decks and talking points. This presentation will introduce these key areas and provide attendees with an introduction to toolkit and how they can leverage it to promote adoption of persistent identifiers for various stakeholders.

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John Chodacki

University of California Curation Center (UC3) Director, California Digital Library
John Chodacki is Director of the University of California Curation Center (UC3) at California Digital Library (CDL)

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Maria Praetzellis

Maria is Product Manager for CDL’s research data management initiatives including DMPTool, the FAIR Island Project, and the NSF-funded machine-actionable DMP grant project.
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Judy Ruttenberg

Senior Director of Scholarship and Policy, Association of Research Libraries
Judy Ruttenberg leads ARL’s priority areas of Advocacy & Public Policy and Scholars & Scholarship, with a strong emphasis on open science and open scholarship (including new publishing models), and research data sharing. This work is done in partnership with federal agencies, scholarly communities, and peer associations in the United States, Canada, and internationally. Judy is also involved in ARL’s work advancing universal design and accessi... Read More →
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Cynthia Hudson Vitale

Director of Science Policy & Scholarship, Association of Research Libraries
Cynthia Hudson Vitale represents and advances the Association’s Scholars & Scholarship program with key partners, allies, and joint ventures to promote ARL’s broad mission of open, equitable scholarly communication, information stewardship, and publishing. She analyzes the global... Read More →

Wednesday January 27, 2021 22:00 - 22:30 UTC
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