Libraries are actively seeking to identify and respond to the data management and curation needs of researchers. One important perspective in this area that is often overlooked is that of graduate students. This case study uses the Data Curation Profile Toolkit to interview six graduate students working for Agronomy researchers at the Water Quality Field Station (WQFS) research lab to understand the students’ practices with data, the challenges they face, and their attitudes towards managing and sharing data. Though a small study, this research could provide new insights for libraries creating data services, particularly in regards to graduate students.
data management, graduate students, agriculture, data curation profiles
Date of this Version
Carlson, Jake R. and Bracke, Marianne S., "Data Management and Sharing from the Perspective of Graduate Students: An Examination of Culture and Practice at the Water Quality Field Station" (2013). Libraries Faculty and Staff Scholarship and Research. Paper 53.