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Overcoming issues and challenges facing social sciences data services in the near future

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Maria Jankowska
University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)

Social sciences and humanities data services and collections are changing rapidly due to data intensive research, new research data drivers, volume, variety, and velocity of data. This poster focuses on libraries transition from the traditional model of data services focused mostly on secondary data to a new model supporting research communities in discovering primary, secondary data, and the stewardship of research data. Additionally, the poster present the challenges facing data services and collections librarians in the near future and proposes strategies in managing these challenges.

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