Jenny Mullenburg (University of Washington) has authored a post recounting her experience with several online courses that relate to data librarianship and data science. The resources she has compiled are aimed at beginners who are interested in “understanding what data management is, how the library can and should be involved, and what it means to be a data librarian.”
Mullenberg annotates the course offerings with helpful context about how to get started in data librarianship and includes courses from Coursera to Library Juice Academy.
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