Abigail Goben

she/her
Associate Professor and Information Services & Liaison Librarian, Library of the Health Sciences, University of Illinois at Chicago
Areas of expertise
research data management, librarian self- and continuing education in RDM, health science copyright KBA, data governance, open access, getting tenure thru OA journals, scholarly communication,
Can help with
general questions, cover letters & cv, advocating for Open access/data/education/research, navigating tenure in OA LIS journals, online presence
Can speak
English
Can read
English
Contact
agoben@uic.edu ; @hedgielib
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Amber Leahey

she/her/hers
Data and GIS Librarian, Scholars Portal, Ontario Council of University Libraries
Areas of expertise
consortial data services, social science survey data, Data Documentation Initiative (DDI), ISO 19115, data repositories, data preservation, Census of Canada, public opinion data, GIS, historical data, data citation, Dataverse, geoportals.
Can help with
general questions, cover letters & cv, job shadowing, advocating for Open access/data/education/research (copied from Heather ;))
Can speak
English
Can read
English
Contact
amber.leahey@utoronto.ca
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Heather Coates

she/her/hers
Digital Scholarship & Data Management Librarian, IUPUI University Library Center for Digital Scholarship
Areas of expertise
research data management, data information literacy, research documentation & project management, data sharing; awesome datalibs community; research evaluation for promotion & tenure, publication metrics, altmetrics; Love Data Week (formerly Love Your Data) - been a librarian nearly 6 years
Can help with
general questions, cover letters & cv, job shadowing, advocating for Open access/data/education/research
Can speak
English
Can read
English
Contact
coateshl@gmail.com , @IandPangurBan
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Katie Wilson

she/her
Biosciences Liaison Librarian and Scientific Data Curator at University of Minnesota, former Data Indexer at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation
Areas of expertise
Research data management, scientific data curation (genomics, experimental, etc.), metadata capture and creation.
Can help with
Can take general questions on data management and data curation. Happy to talk about working in academia, early career researcher life, and liaising with subjects outside of your expertise (I am a humanities person currently working with STEM disciplines).
Can speak
English
Can read
English
Contact
katiethewilson@gmail.com, @katiethewilson

Kristin Briney

she/her/hers
Data Services Librarian at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Areas of expertise
practical data management, digital preservation planning, data services in libraries, data policy
Can help with
general questions, finding resources about data & libraries, networking
Can speak
English
Can read
English
Contact
briney@uwm.edu; @KristinBriney
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Margaret Janz

she/hers
Scholarly Communications & Data Curation Librarian
Areas of expertise
data management, open research, open government data, workshop planning, STEM librarianship
Can help with
general questions, professional development, being a team of one, working in a newly created position, CV/cover letter help, presentation rejection/acceptance support, working with anxiety/depression, being a STEM librarian without a STEM degree
Can speak
English
Can read
English
Contact
mjanz@upenn.edu / @MargaretJanz on twitter
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Renaine Julian

he/him/his
Associate Director of STEM Libraries / STEM Data and Research Librarian
Areas of expertise
research data management, instruction, management/leadership
Can help with
review job application materials, networking, professional development, transition into academic life (first generation college graduate)
Can speak
English
Can read
English
Contact
rjulian@fsu.edu @Renaino
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