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LIBER 2021 Session #8: Level up! Building the skills

Swiatek, Cécile; Rodenburg, Elisa; Calvert Barnhart, Anne; Verheusen, Astrid; Bryant, Rebecca; Inkret, Ana; Vovk Iskrić, Mitja; Vipavc Brvar, Irena

These are the slides from the LIBER 2021 Session Level up! Building the skills

This session will be chaired by Cécile Swiatek, University of Paris Nanterre, France

  • Play games with me: experiences using gamification for online research skills training, Elisa Rodenburg, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Joanne Yeomans, Leiden University, The Netherlands Lena Karvovskaya, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • LibraryDen: an open online asynchronous information literacy course, Anne Calvert Barnhart, University of West Georgia, United States
  • Developing Social Interoperability to Advance Open Science: A Joint Effort by LIBER and OCLC, Astrid Verheusen, LIBER; Rebecca Bryant, OCLC
  • Speed talk: RDA's 23 Things as Research Data Management Support Tool in Slovenian University Libraries, Ana Inkret, Slovenian Social Science Data Archives, Mitja Vovk Iskrić, Central Technical Library at the University of Ljubljana, Irena Vipavc Brvar, Slovenian Social Science Data Archives


The first presentation by Elisa Rodenburg presents the Data Horror Virtual Escape Room, a virtual escape room designed to introduce basic research data management concepts to university staff and students through the format of an online escape room game. They will discuss how game-based learning (GBL) has been gaining increasing attention as a way to enhance learning and how it offers an opportunity to broaden the audience for traditional library-taught training. Not only will attendees learn how it can be be used by any library as it is, but additionally how the concept can also easily be reproduced and adapted to other contexts and settings.
The second presentation by Anne Calvert Barnhart explores LibraryDen, an Open online asynchronous information literacy course in the course management system (CMS). The goals for the project were to create a useful learning object with integrated assessment that would help students and be appealing to faculty as an assignment. The team also wanted the end result to be easy to maintain with reduced personnel and something that the larger library community could also benefit from. In this presentation, the team leader will describe the remoted and distributed work that made the project successful. The presentation will also address how student learning is measured and assessed through the course. Participants will also discuss the possibilities of and obstacles to implementing this idea at their home institutions.
The third presentation by Rebecca Bryant and Astrid Verheusen discusses the multi-part OCLC-LIBER Open Science Discussion Series, developed with the aim of engaging the library community in envisioning an ideal future for Open Science and to discuss the roles of research libraries in furthering Open Science goals. In this presentation, OCLC and LIBER representatives share findings from both the Fall 2020 OCLC-LIBER Open Science Discussion Series and the subsequent Social Interoperability Workshop Series, including lessons learned on how libraries can engage stakeholders across their institution.
Finally, a lightning talk by Irena Vipavc Brvar will discuss RDA Node Slovenia, formed in February 2019 within the RDA Europe 4.0 project to connect national Open Science stakeholders, promote the culture of data sharing and contribute to the implementation of the National Open Science Strategy. The talk will present the process of adaptation, the use, and the impact of the document for RDM practice in Slovenia, placing it in the context of other Open Science initiatives currently underway in the Slovenian research community.

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