The Librarian: Today’s Data Expert
Exploring the role of the librarian in data acquisition, storage and management
Bringing data expertise to the institution
With fresh mountains of data piling up each day, overwhelmed researchers and institutions need the guidance of data-savvy librarians to help them manage all this information. Librarians provide the data necessary for good institutional decision-making, and they give researchers the tools needed to store and promote their data. As a key data expert, the librarian is critical to the success of the institution and its people.
In this white paper, learn about:
- The library’s role in supporting the institution and managing institutional data
- How the critical part librarians play at every stage of the research data life cycle makes them an essential part of the research team
- The impact that librarians have on research and data in the broader academic community