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A forum jointly sponsored with the Coalition for Networked Information in fall 2008 analyzed the changing requirements for science libraries to serve the scientific community. Speakers explored specific project models, technologies for virtual communities, as well as federal funding agency priorities (Association of Research Libraries 2008). Data Collections: Preservation, Curation, Management Given the sheer volume and complexity of scientific data, issues associated with data management and preservation are some of the most vexing and have already received considerable attention.

The data scientists have responsibility for undertaking creative inquiry and analysis to enhance the undertaking of research by the data authors, and to apply a consistent methodology and best practices to the curation of data. As a follow-up to the Long-lived Digital Data Collections report, the Association of Research Libraries (ARL), with a grant from the NSF, brought together around 30 individuals to discuss the issues of long-term data stewardship. The workshop, held September 26–27, 2006, in Arlington, Virginia, brought together domain scientists, engineers, computer scientists, information technologists, librarians, and members of NSF and ARL staff.

One result of this digital transformation has been that researchers want to be able to ‘‘work backwards’’ from the reported research findings to the underlying data set used in the research. The published research article itself becomes ‘‘metadata par excellence’’ to the underlying data set. Dr. S. NSF, has developed a pentagram that represents the role of the library in the future of data curation within the larger field of E-science. In order to break down perceptions or stereotypes of the role of a library, he places what he refers to as the ‘‘I-Center’’ in the middle of the pentagram with the five surrounding points identified as domain science, computer science, library/information science, archival science, and cyberinfrastructure.

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