Tiffany is a Research Assistant for the Data Conservancy project. She holds degrees from the University of Michigan in Behavioral Neuroscience and Classical Archaeology along with a certificate in Museum Studies. Her interests include data sharing in interdisciplinary research and collaboration tools.
Chao, T. (2013, January). Describing the quality of research datasets across disciplines: a comparative study
. 8th International Digital Curation Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Read more
Weber , N., Baker, K., Thomer, A., Chao, T., & Palmer, C. (2012, October ). Value and Context in Data Use: Domain Analysis Revisited
. ASIST 2012 Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD. Retrieved from http://www.asis.org/asist2012/abstracts/168.html Read more
Palmer, C. L., Chao, T. C., Weber, N. M., Sacchi, S., Wickett, K. M., Renear, A. H., Baker, K., Thomer, A., Dubin, D. (2012, March).Integrating conceptual and empirical studies of data to guide curatorial processes
. Poster at the 2nd Research Data Access & Preservation (RDAP) Summit, Denver, CO. Read more
More CIRSS publications
March 13 2013Research Showcase 2013
On Friday March 29, from 12:00PM - 5:00PM, CIRSS faculty and students will join GSLIS colleagues to present and share their research in a series of posters, presentations, and demonstrations. University of Illinois Vice Chancellor for Research Peter ... October 22 2012CIRSS to make strong showing at ASIS&T 2012
CIRSS Faculty, Affiliated Faculty, PhD Students, and Staff will be making yet another strong showing at ASIS&T's annual meeting. Taking place October 26-30, 2012 the ASIS&T Annual Meeting is a primary venue for disseminating researc... April 10 2012CIRSS Researchers at 2012 Research Data Access and Preservation (RDAP) Summit
CIRSS researchers presented two posters at the third annual annual ASIS&T Research Data Access and Preservation (RDAP) Summit (http://rdap12.posterous.com), held 22-23 March 2012 in New Orleans, LA. Topics explored at this year's summit...
September 30 2011
Disciplinary Research: Investigating the Impact of Dataset Reuse in the Earth Sciences
In the realm of scholarly communication, scientific datasets are becoming more widely recognized for their scholarly and reuse value. However, given the investment toward maintaining and storing research data for long-term access, there is no clear strate ...January 26 2011
Report on IDCC 2010
These student participants in the IDCC 2010 will report out on the conference, summarizing the workshops and the other conference sessions that they attended. ...