Past Programs

January 14th, 2021 - Virtual Roundtable via Zoom - "Researcher Perspectives on Open Data & Open Scholarship"

Join us online for an event sponsored by the ACRL/NEC Research Data Services and Scholarly Communication SIGs. This event will feature a panel of researchers talking about their perspectives on and experiences with open scholarship with an emphasis on sharing data, mentoring students, and open science. The panel will be followed by a roundtable discussion during which attendees can explore their experiences, including opportunities, challenges, and surprises, pleasant or otherwise, engaging with researchers around open scholarship.  

July 14th, 2020 - Virtual Roundtable via Zoom - "So you want to share data in your (institutional*) repository…"

Join us for a morning of data repository do’s, don’ts, and everything in-between on July 14th, 2020, in an online format (in Zoom) that will include speakers and a roundtable discussion.

July 26, 2019 - University of Vermont - "Local Ethics to Social Ethics"

Join us in the morning for a presentation focused on the library's use of data with digital learning objects case studies, followed by an afternoon session of broader themes around data ethics and consent.

December 7, 2018 - University of Connecticut - "Data Visualization, Data Literacy, and Keeping Current"

The morning session consists of two presentations, focusing on the newly installed hoylu, as well as a perspective on visualization needs from the view of a lab. In honor of our tenth roundtable, we spend the afternoon focusing on hearing back from you: both through a series of lightning talks that focus on what you do, and how you do it, and a roundtable focusing on reflection.

September 17, 2018 - Brandeis University - "Research Data Management, Research Information Management Systems, and Libraries"

Our morning event consists of two presentations on Research Information Management Systems from two different perspectives. The afternoon roundtables build on the morning's topic, focusing on forecasting and what the future may hold for Libraries and RIMS.

April 18, 2018 - Brown University - "Engaging with Digital Scholarship, Digital Humanities, and Data Science Researchers"

The morning event is dedicated to presentations that focus on digital publishing, humanities, textual analysis, and data science. The afternoon roundtables focus on building relationships on campus and engaging with researchers involved in digital scholarship, digital humanities, and data science.

December 8, 2017 - Boston University - Unix Workshop

Our morning session consists of a hands-on Unix Workshop, and our afternoon session is a roundtable conversation about professional and community development in RDM.

July 27, 2017 - Worcester Polytechnic Institute- "Perspectives on Sharing Research Data"

Our morning session focuses on RDM from a researcher's point of view, while our afternoon session looks at it from a research computing standpoint. Roundtable discussions in the morning and afternoon expand on each presentation.

March 2, 2017 - University of Massachusetts Amherst - "Breaking Down RDM Instruction"

Our morning session consists of a panel of our colleagues observing their own best practices for developing good learning objectives, and our afternoon session involves a presentation and hands-on activities for creating learning objectives. Roundtable discussions in the morning and afternoon expand on each session.

November 15, 2016 - University of New Hampshire

June 8, 2016 - Boston College

November 20, 2015 - University of Massachusetts Medical School

August 18, 2015 - University of Massachusetts Amherst