Ashley Sands - Research Software, Libraries, and Funding Opportunities
US-RSE Funders Talk Series Info
US-RSE is happy to be continuing its series of conversations with funders for 1) RSEs to learn about funding opportunities and review and other processes, 2) RSEs to ask questions of the funder, and 3) funders to ask questions and learn about RSEs.
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This talk in the US-RSE Funder Talk Series featured Ashley Sands, Senior Library Program Officer in the Institute of Museum and Library Services, presenting “Research Software, Libraries, and Funding Opportunities”.
This event took place Monday, January 29th at 3 PM ET, 2 PM CT, 1 PM MT, 12 PM PT
Senior Library Program Officer
Institute of Museum and Library Services
Ashley Sands is a Senior Library Program Officer in the Institute of Museum and Library Services, in which she manages a portfolio of grants and funding opportunities related to scholarly communication, research data management, digital infrastructures, open science, and more. Ashley earned her MLIS and PhD in Information Studies from UCLA. Her dissertation examined astronomy data management practices to reveal the expertise and infrastructure most appropriate for maximizing the utility of scientific data. Research methods include semi-structured interviews, participant observation, and document analysis.