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The Stakeholder Analysis for The Research Data Management Services for the Public Policy Researchers

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Jungwon Yang
University of Michigan

Since the National Science Foundation now requires a data management plan for proposed grant applications after January 18, 2011, many academic libraries have started to develop research data management service. One of the emerging issues related to the new service is the role of liaison librarian. Articles have noted that to enhance scholarly productivity, liaison librarians need to participate in the entire life-cycle of the research. Liaison librarians also need to be the team builder among library experts for an effective data management service. Yet, it is not clear how a liaison librarian can identify faculty's needs and who need to be the library team for a faculty's research data management, since the researchers' knowledge of data management varies across their personal experience as well as academic discipline. Moreover, the topic and scope of research will highly affect the decision of which library experts will be needed for the research's data management. Given these circumstances, the stakeholder analyses for the faculty will be useful for determining the scope and degree of library service. I will report  how the stakeholder analysis  help me to customized data management service for the Public Policy faculty at the University of Michigan.

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