37 Association of Research Libraries Research Library Issues 298 2019 of research libraries must change to support scholarly activity in new ways. Delivering data science services can be the next iteration in a progression first noted in the 1894 Yearbook of Agriculture: A reading room has been arranged and increased facilities provided for the convenience of investigators. The Library has been made in this manner a working laboratory instead of a miscellaneous storehouse.27 Endnotes 1. “Gartner Hype Cycle,” Gartner, accessed June 14, 2019, https://www. gartner.com/en/research/methodologies/gartner-hype-cycle. 2. Vicki Boykis, “Data Science is Different Now,” Data, Tech, and Sometimes Nutella, February 13, 2019, http://veekaybee.github. io/2019/02/13/data-science-is-different/. 3. Livia Olsen, Julie Kelly, and Noël Kopriva, “The Agriculture Network Information Collaborative (AgNIC): Building on the Past, Looking to the Future,” Library Trends 65, no. 3 (2017): 279–292, https://doi. org/10.1353/lib.2017.0002. 4. Danielle Cooper et al., Supporting the Changing Research Practices of Agriculture Scholars (New York: Ithaka S+R, June 7, 2017), https://doi. org/10.18665/sr.303663. 5. Scott Hanscom, Adam Kreisberg, Emily Marsh, and Cynthia Parr, Agricultural Researcher Support Services: A Study Conducted by the National Agricultural Library in Cooperation with Ithaka S+R, (Washington, DC: USDA, June 2017), https://www.nal.usda.gov/sites/ default/files/ithaka_report_with_logo_revised.pdf. 6. Sylvie Brouder, Alison Eagle, Naomi Fukagawa, John McNamara, Seth Murray, Cynthia Parr, Nicolas Tremblay, Enabling Open-source Data Networks in Public Agricultural Research (Ames, IA: Council for Agricultural Science and Technology, 2019), https://bit.ly/2EW0stL.
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