Data Curation Profiles for Library and Information Science (DCP4LIS)
Research conducted at Purdue University and the University of Illinois resorted in the instrument, the Data Curation Profiles Toolkit. This tool is used to interview researchers and data producers about the data they create in research projects, what they are doing with it, and what they would like to do with it.
data curation, data curation profiles toolkit, data management, library and information science education
Date of this Version
Brandt, D. Scott and Carlson, Jake, "Data Curation Profiles for Library and Information Science (DCP4LIS)" (2014). Libraries Faculty and Staff Presentations. Paper 88.
This is a brief intro to the Data Curation Profiles when used as an assignment in an LIS educational setting. Scott Brandt and Jake Carlson provide tips on doing an interview. This presentation was delivered to INLS 756: Data Curation, a course taught at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Information and Library Science.