20 Survey Results: Survey Questions and Responses
Exclusively
N=49
Partially
N=49
Comments
N=45
1 2 Director of Research Data Services: 65% on data curation services, 35%
on other subject librarian, project and administrative duties. Business and
Economics Subject Librarian: 10% on data curation issues and tracking with
data resources within his area of specialization.
1 4 Four librarians on an “as needed” basis
1 4 This varies, but the 4 staff utilize 25% FTE each.
1 5 Many of the subject librarians help with research data but how much depends
on the domain or subject. An estimate would be ~5% for subject librarians and
~25% for the Digital Scholarship librarians. Catalogers just starting ~5–10
1 6 1 staff member at 25%, 2 at 15% and 3 are periodic/episodic.
1 6 1 at 1% time | 1 at 10% time | 1 at 20% time | 3 at % time each
1 7
1 8 RDS Director, 30%; RDS Data Curation Specialist, 2 x 30%; Repository Services
Manager, 10%; Metadata Librarian, 10%; CLIR Postdoc, 10%; Information Design
Specialist, 10%; Preservation Librarian, 5%
1 0
1 0
2 2 1 staff member at 20%, 1 staff member at 40%
2 9 3 librarians at 80%, 3 librarians at 50%, and 3 librarians at 20%
2 10 This is a part of a significant number of individuals’ jobs, but to varying
degrees. This includes staff working as liaisons with specific departments,
as well as functional specialists whose areas of expertise may impact data
curation practice.
4 3 3 staff members at perhaps 20% of their time.
4 12 8 staff 10% or less, 4 staff 50%
7 2 Another faculty librarian is approximately 50% on data; an archivist has 25%
commitment to data; Not included are GIS data services (3 FTE); also not
including percentage of 33 subject librarians who incorporate data into their
regular practice of librarianship (some to a high degree); also not included is a
faculty librarian in digital humanities although she deals with data extensively.
8 5 All 5 part-time curation is at 50%.
20 0
Additional comment N=1
Our Data Coordinating Center has 27 staff supporting the data life cycle, however, I cannot report on
the percentage of time they do “curation” services. Additionally, the library has 1 staff member that
supports data services.
5. Which subject domains represent the greatest demand for your data curation services? Check all
that apply. N=51
Life Sciences 33 65%
Social Sciences 33 65%
Arts & Humanities 21 41%
Engineering and Applied Sciences 20 39%
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