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The Data Librarian's Handbook

by Robin Rice, John Southall

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The Data Librarian's Handbook covers a large amount of interesting terrain in thoughtful and accessible ways. It is both essential for any information professional interested in data and their management, and is also indicative of the increasing - and increasingly varied - role that data and data management play in libraries and more broadly across academia.… (more)
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A good overview of issues in data librarianship. Too British-oriented, not enough of the technical side for my needs at the moment, but perfectly well-written and useful for students or people with no background in data management. ( )
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