68 Survey Results: Survey Questions and Responses
Collection development, training, economics librarian, university representative towards Statistics
Canada and vice versa
Collection development (data), instruction (data)
Collection development and reference (maps)
Collection development, basic library instruction, subject liaison for computer science, spatial literacy,
and academic services.
Collection development, instruction, and reference
Consults on areas like document delivery or other services that involve scanning and
imaging equipment.
Contributions to library committees, etc.
Coordinate workflows, best practices, and development of an operational digital library program
contribute to IT governance processes supervise one research fellow
Coordinates the collaborative institutional repository efforts for our library. Works with the
bibliographic management software by providing technical support and instruction as needed.
Supports LibGuides and administration of the library website.
Coordination of the Map Library, liaison with faculty and students, information literacy, develops and
renews online tools and resources for map and geospatial resources
Copyright research
Current incumbent also is liaison to Computer Science Department.
Data analysis, bioinformatics, data management instruction
Department administration (budget management personnel management, including supervision and
mentorship of graduate students representation of department on libraries and campus groups)
Design/implementation/supervision of metadata provision for libraries’ digital collections supervision
of three Metadata Services support staff who create non-MARC metadata, catalog electronic resources,
and create metadata for the institutional repository project management for digital collections
management of digital library software participation on task forces and working groups related to
digital initiatives consultation with departments and other campus bodies on digital initiatives’ issues
faculty research and service responsibilities.
Develops and curates library exhibitions (digital and gallery), manages 1–2 students in connection with
our Dean’s Fellows project (generally one semester projects combining the digital humanities, library
collections, and exhibits), develops public programs for exhibitions.
Develops digital collections from analog materials.
Digital preservation of vendor data
Directly supports grant management and planning. Serves as institutional representative for public
data repositories and archives. Coordinates data acquisition, publication, and citation policies
for university.
DS activities happen on top of traditional liaison role (reference, instruction, and collection
development for seven collections).
Education of subject librarians about data management, connecting with other data service providers
on campus in order to more effectively refer researchers to other expertise/services.
Electronic records archiving
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