Call for Editorial Proposals by June 30th

The ResearchDataQ Editorial Board (part of the ACRL Digital Scholarship Section) is seeking proposals for editorials that describe services, support, or related activities around research data at your institution. Topics could include privacy, ethical data sharing, replication/reproducibility, or anything else you want to share with the ResearchDataQ audience! 

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 June 30, 2021: We expect to notify authors of accepted proposals in mid-July, and we will ask authors to expand accepted proposal topics into approximately 1000-1500 word editorials (ideally by mid-September with the possibility to extend if needed). The editorials will be featured on the ResearchDataQ website.

If you have any questions, please contact Andrew Johnson (