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Module 9: Scientific Research Team

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Description: Module 9: Scientific Research Team, Best Practices for Biomedical Research Data Management. This module focuses on the scientific research team diversity and advantageous. Specifically, we focus on how librarians and researchers work together in a specific project to accomplish their goals.

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Module 9: Scientific Research Team This module will showcase a project where researchers and a librarian worked together to find a way to uniquely identify data. The video testimonials from the different perspectives will demonstrate new professional skills both researchers and librarians can develop through working together. Learning Objectives Describe a project where researchers and a libraria...

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    Module 9 Activity: Apply for an Informationist Grant, Best Practices for Biomedical Research Data Management

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