As Data Services Librarian, I focus on teaching practical data management techniques and facilitating access to data and computing services available to KU affiliates. I consult with researchers on data management and stewardship related to their research projects, both funded and unfunded. As Coordinator of Digital Scholarship I supervise the delivery of data and GIS services to KU affiliates. I am a certified Carpentries instructor with experience organizing, hosting, and instructing Software, Data, and Library Carpentry workshops.
M.S., Library and Information Studies, Florida State University
M.A., Curriculum and Instruction, University of Mississippi
A.B., English , Bryn Mawr College
& Albin, T. . (10/12/2018). Git Going with LEGO: Tactile techniques for teaching text-based tools. FORCE2018. Montreal, QC, CA. Available Here
(10/08/2018 - 10/09/2018). un/reliable reflections: The burden of reliability and the refuge of unreliability. Midwest Data Librarian Symposium. Ames, IA. Available Here
Brooks-Kieffer, J. . (03/21/2018). Playing in the Sandbox: A year of data, tools, and analysis inside the library. Research Data Access & Preservation Summit. Chicago, IL. Available Here
Brooks-Kieffer, J. & Laufersweiler, M. . (02/28/2017). What's So Super about Supercomputing? A very basic introduction to high performance computing. Library and Information Technology Association (LITA) and Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) joint webinar.