• Teaching (Music) Data Literacy [remarks]

    Author(s):
    Francesca Giannetti (see profile)
    Date:
    2019
    Group(s):
    Library & Information Science
    Subject(s):
    Music libraries, Data management, Data as representation, Digital humanities
    Item Type:
    Conference paper
    Conf. Title:
    Music Library Association Annual Meeting
    Conf. Org.:
    Music Library Association
    Conf. Loc.:
    St. Louis, MO
    Conf. Date:
    February 20-24, 2019
    Tag(s):
    #muslib2019
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/1n89-ew85
    Abstract:
    What is “research data” for music researchers and performers? How can music librarians develop their knowledge and skills to better meet the research data needs of their constituents, and contribute to the data-intensive turn in academia? This panel will explore the research data movement in libraries and its relevance to music librarians. Panelists will examine the diversity of music research from a data-oriented perspective, and provide examples of these data as drawn from case studies of various music research projects. We will discuss who creates the data, and how it is used, reused, shared, and discovered, as well as the types of music data appropriate for deposit in an institutional repository. Examples of topics covered will include personal archiving, institutional repository guidelines for data, ethical and intellectual property rights considerations, and the role of research data in music digital humanities projects. Attendees will gain an understanding of how music librarians can participate in research data services at their institutions, as well an understanding of the expertise they can contribute to data-related conversations. Panelists include Amy Jackson, Director of Instruction and Outreach at the University of New Mexico, Sean Luyk, Digital Initiatives Projects Librarian at the University of Alberta, Francesca Giannetti, Digital Humanities Librarian at Rutgers University–New Brunswick, Anna E. Kijas, Senior Digital Scholarship Librarian at Boston College, and Jonathan Manton, Music Librarian for Access Services at Yale University. Slides available at http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/q6q4-r940.
    Notes:
    Remarks from a short presentation, which was part of a panel discussion on music research data management.
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