Goals of Research Data Services
Gould Library’s research data services aim to include data in the student experience of an undergraduate library, both in our collections and in our approach to information literacy. We support Carleton students as they gain understanding of data as one of many forms of evidence and rhetoric within the world of scholarly and civil discourse.
Through our partnerships and distributed support model with ITS, the Quantitative Resource Center, the Geospatial Lab, the Writing Center and partners at St. Olaf, we contribute our specialties to a broader effort of supporting the use of research data at Carleton and the Bridge Consortium.
Coordinated Support for Research Data
A description of services and support offered across the campus in relation to research data.
Publications and Presentations
The documents to the right and below describe in more detail our approach to providing research data services at Gould Library.
- Kristin Partlo. 2009. “The Pedagogical Data Reference Interview.” IASSIST Quarterly 2009/2010 (Winter/Spring): 6–10.