This case study describes a 6 week for credit Data Information Literacy course taught at Cornell University for students in Natural Resources. Subject covered include: data management, data organization, data analysis and visualization, data sharing, and data quality and documentation. Materials include a book chapter describing the case study, a rubric for developing a data management plan, a class exercise in finding and evaluating data repositories, and the evaluation form used for the course.
Wright, Sarah J. and Andrews, Camille
"Natural Resources / Graduate Students / Wright & Andrews / Cornell University / 2013,"
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Appendix A: Rubric for Evaluating Data Management Plans
AppendixB_DataRepository_Exercise_NaturalResources_Cornell_Wright_Andrews_Spring_2013.docx (25 kB)
Appendix B: Data Sharing Exercise Outline for “Evaluating Repositories”
AppendixC_DILProgram_EvaluationForm_NaturalResources_Wright_Andrews_Spring2013.docx (22 kB)
Appendix C: Assessment Tool