Bree is a research scientist in the Technology & Social Change (TASCHA) Group at the University of Washington (UW) Information School. She received her M.L.I.S. from the UW iSchool specializing in Data Science and Data Curation. Her Capstone project focused on gathering and analyzing data about Open Access journals, which she and her collaborators continue to maintain at FlourishOA.org. She also works as a project manager for the UW iSchool’s Open Data Literacy program. Her research focuses on curating Open Data and analyzing Open Data in new and creative ways to advance and expand scientific scholarship.
Benefits of crowdsourcing for libraries: A case study from Africa
Advancing Library visibility in Africa – Data Survey (Survey Flow)
The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and Academic Research
By Bree Norlander, TASCHA Research Scientist In spring of 2018, I was working with my TASCHA colleagues on the Mobile Reading Data …