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# [Checklist for Librarians]( ## What Should Librarians Be Prepared to Do or Provide? This policy readiness document is intended to be used by librarians who will be assisting researchers with the NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy. These librarians may be in a variety of roles including data management, subject liaison, research and instruction, reference, public services, technical services, or solo librarian, and so this readiness document is broad enough to address any of these. The document contains four main checklists: an environmental scan document for the librarian to assess readiness at their institution; a list of potential partners for assisting researchers; possible data service areas for librarians; and a list of resources to utilize while assisting researchers. ## Contributors * Katy Smith, St Louis University, * Debra Rand, Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell and Northwell Health, * Shannon Farrell, University of Minnesota, * Barrie Hayes, UNC-Chapel Hill Health Sciences Library, * Rebecca Renirie, Central Michigan University, * Jenny Muilenburg, University of Washington, * Jess Newman, University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center, ## Recommended Citation Smith, K., Rand, D., Farrell, S., Hayes, B., Renirie, R., Muilenburg, J., & Newman, J. (2022). *Policy readiness checklist for librarians*. Working Group on NIH DMSP Guidance.
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