Call for Editorial Proposals: Due October 30th

The ResearchDataQ Editorial Board is seeking proposals for editorials that describe services, support, or related activities around research data at your institution. Check out our past editorials for examples!

Proposals (up to 250 words) should clearly describe:

1. The services, support, or related activities you intend to address;

2. How you implemented this and/or what would be required to implement it elsewhere;

3. How this relates to relevant existing recommendations, policies, or standards (if applicable).

Please submit proposals here by October 30, 2020: https://goo.gl/forms/oxqIaoQ3tlGmfhil2.

We expect to notify authors of accepted proposals in mid-November, and we will ask authors to expand accepted proposal topics into approximately 1000-1500 word editorials (ideally by the end of December with the possibility to extend if needed). The editorials will be featured on the ResearchDataQ website.

DEADLINE EXTENDED! Call for Proposals: Spring 2020

The ResearchDataQ Editorial Board (part of the ACRL Digital Scholarship Section) is seeking proposals for editorials that will be featured prominently on the ResearchDataQ website. We are seeking editorials that describe services, support, and related activities around research data at your institution.

Proposals should clearly describe:

  1. The service, support, or activity you intend to address;
  2. How you implemented it and/or what would be required to implement it elsewhere;
  3. How it relates to any relevant existing recommendations, policies, or standards.

Please submit proposals by March 15, 2020 using this form. We expect to notify authors of accepted proposals in early April, and we will ask authors to expand accepted proposal topics into approximately 1000-1500 word editorials by the end of May. The editorials will be featured on the ResearchDataQ website.

Read recent editorials here: https://researchdataq.org

If you have any questions, please contact Clara Llebot Lorente at Clara DOT Llebot AT oregonstate DOT edu.

Sincerely,

The ResearchDataQ Editorial Board
Andrew Johnson (Convener)
David Durden
Vessela Ensberg
Lynda Kellam
Clara Llebot Lorente
Wendy Mann
Jamie Wittenberg

Call for Proposals: Spring 2020 Editorials

The ResearchDataQ Editorial Board is accepting proposals for editorials to be published on the ResearchDataQ website. Editorials should address best practices for approaches to supporting research data in academic libraries.

Proposals should include:

  1. The best practice you intend to address;
  2. How you implemented it at your library and/or what would be required to implement it elsewhere;
  3. How it relates to any relevant existing recommendations, policies, or standards.

Please submit proposals via this form by February 7, 2020. Authors will be notified of accepted proposals in early March, and we will ask authors to expand accepted proposal topics into approximately 2000 word editorials by the end of April.

If you have any questions, please contact Clara Llebot Lorente (Clara DOT Llebot AT oregonstate DOT edu).

Sincerely,

The ResearchDataQ Editorial Board
Andrew Johnson (Convener)
David Durden
Vessela Ensberg
Lynda Kellam
Clara Llebot Lorente
Wendy Mann
Jamie Wittenberg