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* 87% indicated that support efforts were collaborative,
involving data centers (disciplinary or central
academic computing services), research groups,
library data and institutional repositories"
* The a majority of libraries report a mixed response
strategy of reassigning existing staff, providing
training to existing staff, or hiring new staff
* "many libraries are uncertain about the kind of
expertise needed", but of the 65 positions studied,
72% had degrees in library and information science at
the master's or PhD level for current or planned
* Whatever the educational background, the ability to
become a trusted colleague of researchers is key
* Most ARL institutions report that e-science support
efforts at their universities are hampered by a lack of
institutional consensus and resources
E-Science and Data Support Services
A Study of ARL Member Institutions
Catherine Soehner, University of Michigan
Catherine Steeves, Universty of Guelph
Jennifer Ward, University of Washington
OF NORTH TEXAST
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