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  • Whitmire, Amanda L. (National Information Standards Organization (NISO), 2015-02-18)
    Data management plans (DMPs) are a rich source of information about researchers and their research data management (RDM) knowledge, capabilities, and practices. Systematic analysis of DMPs can uncover important insights ...
  • Whitmire, Amanda L.; Westra, Brian; Carlson, Jake; Hswe, Patricia; Wells Parham, Susan; Rolando, Lizzy (2015-03-31)
    Research data has gained wider acceptance as important scholarly products in and of themselves, and funding agencies, such as the National Science Foundation (NSF), have introduced requirements for Data Management Plans ...
  • Dugan, R. E. (Regina E.) ([S.l. : s.n.], 1993)
    It has been proposed that axisymmetric buoyant jets discharged vertically into a horizontal turbulent boundary layer flow undergo a transition from self-induced mixing to an ultimate state where mixing is dominated by th ...
  • Whitmire, Amanda L.; Coates, Heather L.; Muilenburg, Jenny (2015-03-31)
    Managing research data effectively is critical to producing high quality datasets that support data preservation, sharing, reuse, and reproducible research. Academic librarians are increasingly playing a role in providin ...
  • Erbes, Carol A. ([S.l. : s.n.], 2013)
    The purpose of this study was to examine the gatekeeping experiences of a group of PhD counselor educators, by utilizing a phenomenological approach. This design was chosen as it could best examine the lived experiences ...