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Tuesday, July 27 • 8:00am - 9:00am
T10- Collaborating for open research in your campus' research enterprise and faculty grantsmanship support

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Do you want to see better partnerships between the Office of (Sponsored) Research, the library, research cores, academic departments, and faculty development?

This course is for those who support campus researchers – such as librarians, research development professionals, research administrators, and research managers – to discuss support for faculty grant success. We will work on partnerships to support open and public access, and FAIR data services specific to federally funded research. This is the perfect place for librarians to expand from single services like DMP support to wider grant support offerings. It will also be a good class for administrators wanting to build more support partnerships for their new faculty.

Federal funding agencies in the U.S. and many other regions expect faculty to move toward FAIR data and open scholarly communication. But faculty principal investigators (PIs) are not always able to incorporate FAIR and open scholarly communication practices into their workflows. PIs need to be connected to professionals who can support use of modern and emerging scholarly communication approaches in their grant-writing and grant compliance.

Each campus has many units willing to help faculty members. Librarians, mentors, research administrators, and others offer support for PI transitions to better scholarly communication practices. But these support offerings are not always aligned together. Join us for a place to discuss how your campus can grow scholarly communication support in the university “research enterprise.”

In this session, we will share different views of the funded research workcycle. As a group, we will discuss how support offerings align with research administrator and funder priorities. We will then work on plans for outreach to other campus units to partner on FAIR and open practices in faculty grant proposals.

LIVE ZOOM SESSION SCHEDULE (All times Pacific)
Tuesday, July. 27
8-9AM: First session
4-5PM: REPEAT First session
Thursday, July. 29
8-9AM: Second session
4-5PM: REPEAT Second session
Tuesday, Aug. 3
8-9AM: Third session
4-5PM: REPEAT Third session

Speaker/Instructors
avatar for Nina Exner

Nina Exner

Research data librarian, VCU
avatar for Erin Carrillo

Erin Carrillo

Science Research Librarian, Virginia Commonwealth University
avatar for Stephen Bollinger

Stephen Bollinger

Assoc. Prof./Head of Library Systems, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University – F.D.Bluford Library


Tuesday July 27, 2021 8:00am - 9:00am PDT
T10 Classroom