Pilot Data Information Literacy Competencies Matrix Scaffolded Across Undergraduate, Graduate and Data Steward Levels
Initial work in identifying data management or data information literacy skills went as far as identifying a list of proposed competencies without further differentiation between those competencies, whether by discipline, complexity, or use case. This article describes a significant innovation upon existing competencies by identifying a scaffolding (built upon existing competencies) that moves students progressively from undergraduate training through post graduate coursework and research to post-doctoral work and into the early years of data stewardship. The scaffolding ties together existing research that has been completed in research data management skills and data information literacy with research into the outcomes that are desirable for individuals to present in data management at each of the levels of education. Competencies are aligned according to application (personal, team, research enterprise) in such a way that the skills attained at the undergraduate level give students moving on to graduate work greater familiarity with data management and therefore greater likelihood of success at the graduate and then post graduate and data steward levels.
data information literacy, competencies, research data management, information literacy, instruction
Date of this Version
Sapp Nelson, Megan R., "Pilot Data Information Literacy Competencies Matrix Scaffolded Across Undergraduate, Graduate and Data Steward Levels" (2016). Libraries Faculty and Staff Scholarship and Research. Paper 136.
Information Literacy Commons, Scholarly Communication Commons, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Commons
This is a pilot project. This is a read only file. The editable file will be posted to Purdue University Research Repository for download in July 2016.