Data Services Librarian
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Kristin Briney is the Data Services Librarian at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where she advises researchers on data management plans and data best practices. She has a PhD in chemistry and a Master’s degree in library and information studies. Kristin is an advocate for better data management and promotes best practices through her book, “Data Management for Researchers”; her blog; and her own research on data policy and library data management. When not thinking about data, she drinks lots of tea, knits and sews, and enjoys being a Wisconsin transplant.
Briney, Kristin. 2018. “Data Management Practices in Library Learning Analytics: A Critical Review.” [submitted for review]
Briney, Kristin. 2018. “Gaining Competency: Learning to Teach Data Visualization.” Journal of eScience Librarianship 7(1): e1116. https://doi.org/10.7191/jeslib.2018.1116
Briney, K. (2015) “Data Management for Researchers.” Exeter: Pelagic Publishing.
Briney K, Goben A, Zilinski L. (2015). “Do You Have an Institutional Data Policy? A Review of the Current Landscape of Library Data Services and Institutional Data Policies.” Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication, 3(2), eP1232. http://doi.org/10.7710/2162-3309.1232
Whitmire, A; Briney, K; Nurnberger, A; Henderson, M; Atwood, T; Janz, M; Kozlowski, W; Lake, S; Vandegrift, M; Zilinski, L. (2015). “A table summarizing the Federal public access policies resulting from the US Office of Science and Technology Policy memorandum of February 2013.” figshare. http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.1372041
ALA Annual ACRL Panel: Collecting Library Data: Policies and Data Management Procedures for Improvement (June 25, 2017) “Patron Privacy & Data Management” [slides/recording (ALA login required)]
NISO Webinar: Emerging Tools to Improve Management of Data (September 8, 2016) “Leveling Up Data Management.” [slides]
TEDxUWMilwaukee (October 3, 2015) “Rethinking Research Data.”
ACRL Digital Curation Interest Group Webinar (April 30, 2014) “Practical Data Management.” [slides]