Innovations in HBS Library’s Research Data Program

Tuesday, March 19 | 2:45PM–4:15PM ET | West Prefunction- Poster08
Session Type: Poster Session
Delivery Format: Poster Session
In recent years, Baker Library at the Harvard Business School has developed a formal matrix program to support the use of data in research. These services build on academic libraries' long-standing history of data services, which in recent years has evolved to extend further across the entire research data life cycle, often in collaboration with other research support partners across the university. This poster will highlight innovations in the library's Research Data Program in areas such as life-cycle data management infrastructure, tracking the research data outputs of its faculty, and options for long-term management of data.

Outcomes: Understand how academic libraries are supporting the use of data throughout the research life cycle * Identify opportunities for potential new areas of service for your organization * Converse with peers around their services


  • Katherine McNeill

    Research Data Program Manager and Collections Librarian, Harvard Business School

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