New Review of Academic Librarianship
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This article describes a project undertaken as part of a cross-campus strategic planning effort. The project documented current campus practices and systems in use for collecting, analyzing and reporting key research metrics. The project identified organizational issues around siloed data collection and lack of clarity on data stewards, data stakeholders, and data reporting schedules. The work highlighted to University Administration the need and importance of effective research information management (RIM) and the key role that the University Libraries can play in this area.
Research information management; Strategic planning; Data
Library and Information Science
Day, A. P.
Research Information Management: How the Library Can Contribute to the Campus Conversation.
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