This is the fourth webinar in a series exploring topics related to Digital Preservation.
In this session, Vicky Rampin (Librarian for Research Data Management and Reproducibility at New York University) will discuss open scholarship and reproducible research practices, and how librarians and archivists can make a difference in the sustainability of research. This session doesn’t require any prior knowledge of data librarianship, reproducibility, digital preservation, or open scholarship, but aims to provide a holistic overview of how these manifest in our scholarly communities.
Vicky Rampin is the Librarian for Research Data Management and Reproducibility and the subject specialist for data science at NewYork University. In her role, Vicky supports researchers of all levels and disciplines in creating well-managed, reproducible scholarship. Her research centers on integrating reproducible practices into the research workflow, advocating openness for all research materials, and contributing to open infrastructure. She works on Taguette, a free and open source qualitative data analysis tool, and ReproZip, a free and open source tool for full computational reproducibility.
Special thanks to CUNY-Graduate Center’s Stephen Klein and New York University’s David Millman for their assistance developing this series.