Extending data curation to interdisciplinary and highly collaborative research

Kimberly Cook
2021 Zenodo  
As research becomes increasingly connected and team-based, data activities become more complex. Challenges are technical and social in nature and more attention will need to be directed toward resolving this issues on multiple levels. From teams to institutions, interdisciplinary and highly collaborative research (IHCR) presents new opportunities for information professionals to extend their services in support of research that addresses the intricacies of society's problems. The question of
more » ... to go about doing this is the subject of a project recently funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (#LG-246400-OLS-20) to investigate the current landscape of IHCR and provide recommendations for workflows and resources that will support its future development. This presentation outlines preliminary findings and emerging patterns from both the literature and active case studies.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4727936 fatcat:tb35wqvsqvchrmrwz3dmyz6fxi