Presentation Open Access

Libraries and Societies Data and Software Sharing Series

Erdmann, Christopher; Stall, Shelley

Libraries and societies share a commitment to helping researchers preserve, share, discover, and receive credit for their research data and software. As partners, together they offer services, guidance, and coordinate improvements throughout the research lifecycle to guide researchers to organize, describe, and curate their data and software with the goal of transparency and reproducibility. These services advance management and computational skills through data science training programs while providing foundational practices and techniques for preserving and citing data and software. The American Geophysical Union (AGU) together with academic libraries have launched a pilot series on the topic of the growing importance of research data and software in Earth and space sciences and university communities. The pilot series provides an opportunity for these communities to share best practices and tools, learn from each other, make connections, and possibly collaborate. In this session, we will share our findings from the pilot series and hope to make connections with interested institutions.

Presented at 102nd American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting and 25th Conference of Atmospheric Science Librarians International, January 23-27, 2022. Session 13 - Other Topics for ASLI. Part I. Thursday, January 27, 2022
 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM Eastern Time. Online/virtual presentation. 

This work is supported by the National Science Foundation under two grants: Accelerating Open and FAIR Data Practices Across the Earth, Space, and Environmental Sciences: A Pilot with the NSF to Support Public Access to Research Data project funded by the National Science Foundation, Grant 2025364; and Leveraging Scientific Societies for Open and FAIR Scientific Data, Grant ID 1838990.
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