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About this module ----------------- **Purpose** The purpose of this module is to provide an instructor with videos, activities, and a lesson plan to incorporate basic data management practices into a course, single class session, or workshop. The data management topic addressed by this module is file naming practices. **Personnel** This module was created by current and previous members of KU Libraries’ Data Cross Functional Initiative: - Jamene Brooks-Kieffer, Data Services Librarian, KU Libraries - Rhonda Houser, GIS & Data Specialist, KU Libraries - Rebecca Orozco, Faculty Engagement Librarian for the Sciences & Engineering, KU Libraries - Erik Radio, Metadata Librarian, University of Arizona Libraries - Xan Wedel, Senior Research Data Engineer, KU Institute for Policy & Social Research The team received assistance from current and previous KU Libraries colleagues: - Stephanie Gamble, Undergraduate Learning Specialist, KU Libraries - Michelle Reed, Open Education Librarian, University of Texas-Arlington Libraries - Mike Van Esler, Program Assistant for the Center for Undergraduate Initiatives & Engagement, KU Libraries **Copyright** This module is owned by The University of Kansas Libraries and licensed for re-use under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
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