A Capability Maturity Model for Research Data Management

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46 46 A promising approach to researcher data management education is the [[TIER protocol>>url:http://www.haverford.edu/TIER/||rel="__blank"]] developed by Ball and Medeiros at [[Haverford College>>url:http://www.haverford.edu/TIER/||rel="__blank"]]. This approach to researcher education is to experientially teach data management practices that produce replicable analysis through the structure of deliverables required for student research projects. The rationale is that if budding researchers learn data management when they learn research methods, sound documentation practices are not perceived as a hardship.
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48 -When metadata support is offered as a service delivered by subject liaison librarians, training for librarians can come via online resources (e.g. the Digital Curation Centre's [[curation resources>>url:http://www.dcc.ac.uk/resources]] and [[training materials>>url:http://www.dcc.ac.uk/training||rel="__blank"]]; and Purdue University's [[Data Profile Toolkit>>url:http://datacurationprofiles.org/||rel="__blank"]], or more in-depth professional development, or formal education, such as the five library schools in the United States that offer data curation programs ([[Riley, 2014>>||anchor="Riley"]]).
48 +When metadata support is offered as a service delivered by subject liaison librarians, training for librarians can come via online resources. Examples include the Digital Curation Centre's [[curation resources>>url:http://www.dcc.ac.uk/resources]] and [[training materials>>url:http://www.dcc.ac.uk/training||rel="__blank"]], and Purdue University's [[Data Profile Toolkit>>url:http://datacurationprofiles.org/||rel="__blank"]], or more in-depth professional development, or formal education, such as the five library schools in the United States that offer data curation programs ([[Riley, 2014>>||anchor="Riley"]]).
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50 50 == 3.2.6 Assess community data and metadata practices ==
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