In this session, Vicky Rampin (NYU) will discuss building and maintaining services for research data management and reproducibility. Attendees will hear about different ways to ramp up and scale different offerings in order to address new federal regulations, wishes of researchers, and preservation concerns. We will also discuss different modalities of instruction, reference, collections, and infrastructure to support these services at different times (starting out and ramping up).
Vicky Rampin is the Librarian for Research Data Management and Reproducibility and the subject specialist for data science and computer at New York University. Vicky supports researchers of all levels and disciplines in creating well-managed, reproducible scholarship through instruction, consultation, outreach, and infrastructure building. They also teach one course at Pratt SLIS every fall, Data Librarianship and Management. She loves all things open and contributes to a number of open projects as a part of their jobs and in her spare time.