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Library Engagement with E-Science. Wendy Pradt Lougee, University of Minnesota Neil Rambo, ARL Visiting Program Officer Association of Research Libraries Coral Gables, May 2008. E-Science Working Group AGENDA. Education: programs, shared models

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Library Engagement with

E-Science

Wendy Pradt Lougee, University of Minnesota

Neil Rambo, ARL Visiting Program Officer

Association of Research Libraries

Coral Gables, May 2008

e science working group agenda
E-ScienceWorking Group AGENDA
  • Education: programs, shared models
  • Resources: glossary, talking points, policy/project inventories
  • Research infrastructure: data access/management/preservation, systems/tools
  • Policy: new publication models, open data
umn case studies 4 interviews
UMN Case Studies: 4 Interviews

PI & IT

these are all very busy people

biological macromolecules in solution
biological macromolecules in solution

a biological simulations research group

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a biological simulations research group

12members250GBdrives1TBRAIDbound2researcher jointstudent inheritanceRNAdbcodebackupadmin queuessupercomputing msi

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magnetic resonance imaging
magnetic resonance imaging

a medical imaging laboratory

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a medical imaging laboratory

alltrades auditorcentralserverslittlesupport webapps osstoolkits virtualizationcmrr5TBlimitbottlenecktossthemiddleAFS

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saving the world with bill and melinda
saving the world with bill and melinda

a worldwide data harvest project

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a worldwide data harvest project

betterdatasetshostingthirdpartiesdevelopment storagetens2hundredsTBCSdeptbibdatacommercialoptionagilepartnerfollowon

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counting the world from minnesota
counting the world from minnesota

a large social science research center

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a large social science research center

grant2grantclaoitdigitaldatanetworkstorage35TB+ scrubprivateintegrationgiganetnewonoldrefresh trustdimarchive partnership organic

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accessiblestoragescaleable

sharable

domainawareassistancesysadmin engineering development

planningstage

grant2grantflexifundingnopayasyougo seed

collaboratereadycampuslevel partner

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From Here to Enterprise:

Major Gaps

  • Infrastructure and Coordinated Services: central & distributed IT services, library
  • Capacity that Scales to Demand – within institution, across institutions
  • Leveraging expertise and aligning resources
  • Economic Models: contrasting funding models, operating policies and practices across units
a tale of 2 institutions
A Tale of 2 Institutions

MINNESOTA

  • Behavioral assessment
  • Research Cyberinfrastructure Alliance
  • Libraries e-science collaborative
  • Defining new liaison roles

WASHINGTON

  • Assessment of biosciences
  • Director of Cyberinfrastructure Initiatives (Library)
  • Collaboration in a DataNet proposal
  • University-wide eScience Institute
questions for discussion
Questions for Discussion
  • What are current and emerging service needs of scientific communities?
  • What are the challenges to serving multi-institutional research teams?
  • Other useful models?
  • What expertise is unique to libraries?
  • What organizational structure works best to respond effectively to research teams?
  • What knowledge/skills/abilities does a librarian need to be a member of a research team?
  • What models are there for libraries to partner with CS/informatics R & D?