Christine Nieman, MLS
Data Management Librarian, Region 1
Christine Nieman is the Data Management Librarian for the Network of the National Library of Medicine in Region 1. She earned her MSLIS from Drexel University with a minor in applied data science. Christine previously worked for the University of Pennsylvania's Veterinary Library and Drexel University Libraries in Philadelphia, PA. From 2016-2019, Christine worked with research data hands-on as a Biological Science Technician for the Agricultural Research Service in Wyndmoor, PA. She supports courses and programs related to research data management and other data literacy topics.
Classes I Teach
|Caring for the Mind: Providing Mental Health Information at Your Library||Responding to questions involving topics on mental health is challenging even for the most experienced librarian. In this 1 hour webinar, participants will learn how to effectively provide mental health information at their libraries.|
|Fundamentals of Health Sciences Research Data Management||This 8-week course offered in Moodle is designed to provide information professionals, working in health sciences, with an introduction to research data management. The primary goal of this course is to improve your knowledge and skills in research data management and enable you to add or enhance research data management training and services at your institution.|
|Health Statistics on the Web||This 1 hour webinar focuses on the location, selection, and effective use of statistics relevant to health on the local, state, and national levels.|
|Hosting a Hackathon: Lessons Learned from Libraries||Join us during Love Data Week 2023 for a panel discussion on how to organize and host a hackathon! In this virtual discussion, panelists will share their experience hosting hackathons/codeathons in library spaces (both virtual and in-person) followed by ample time for Q&A.|
|Library Carpentry Workshop: Region 1 - Fall 2022||Library Carpentry focuses on building software and data skills within library and information-related communities. Their goal is to empower people in these roles to use software and data in their own work and to become advocates for and train others in efficient, effective, and reproducible data and software practices.|
|Library Carpentry Workshop: Region 1 - Spring 2022||Library Carpentry focuses on building software and data skills within library and information-related communities. Their goal is to empower people in these roles to use software and data in their own work and to become advocates for and train others in efficient, effective, and reproducible data and software practices.|
|RDM On-demand: Data Curation and Documentation||Learn about data curation in this introductory, four-hour, on-demand course, including the definition, types, and elements most important to document. You will also learn about file naming conventions and check a dataset for issues using a case study.|
|RDM On-demand: Data Sharing and Publishing||What are the FAIR data principles, and how do they relate to research reproducibility? This introductory, four-hour, on-demand course describes principles and challenges of data sharing, as well as data sharing incentives, open data, data citations, and data journals. Through readings, tutorials, videos, and hands-on scenarios you will increase your knowledge about data sharing and publishing.|
|Region 1: NNLM Day at MLA 2022||Meet the NNLM Region 1 during NNLM Day at MLA 2022! At this session, we will highlight our activities in the first year as the new Region 1 program. Additionally, we will share upcoming activities and programs NNLM members can look forward to in the coming year. Come share your ideas of relevant programming that interests you, and the other members of the region.
The online event is free and available to all.