Manager, Research Publications and Partnerships (Research and Collections) at the University of Melbourne, Australia
Jennifer Warburton is the Manager, Research Publications and Partnerships (Research and Collections) at the University of Melbourne. One of her research service coordination roles has been to facilitate partnerships between data management experts, graduate researcher programs, and liaison librarians to develop research data management capability, and to lead the development of the University’s new Managing Data @Melbourne online training program.
In previous roles she has coordinated HDR library research training programs, the 23 Research Things @ Melbourne, the annual Researcher@Library Week, and UoM Library’s research impact advisory service. Jennifer was the recipient of a Universitas 21 Scholarship in 2015 to investigate research support service provision at a number of academic libraries in the UK, Ireland and Singapore.
Effective research data management practice is promoted as providing numerous professional benefits for researchers such as increased research productivity and visibility. There is evidence that across academic institutions researchers typically have ad hoc data management practices. How do you facilitate a change in the culture of research practice to ensure that data is well managed, […]