MS in Information Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2013
Masters Thesis — Providing context to web collections: a survey of Archive-It users
BA in Literature, Bard College, 2003
Assistant Professor, Data Management Librarian
Montana State University, 2014-present
Dryad Digital Repository, 2013-2014
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2011-2013
Baucom E, Troup T, Cote C, Mannheimer S (in press) Building strategic alliances to support advocacy and planning for digital preservation. Journal of Digital Media Management 5(4).
Mannheimer S, Cote C (2017) Cultivate, assess, advocate, implement, and sustain: a five-point plan for successful digital preservation collaborations. Digital Library Perspectives 33(2). http://doi.org/10.1108/DLP-07-2016-0023
[Open access version via MSU ScholarWorks]
Mannheimer S, Hull, EA (2017) Sharing selves: developing an ethical framework for curating social media data. International Digital Curation Conference, Edinburgh, February 20-23.
[Preprint via MSU ScholarWorks]
Mannheimer S, Young SWH, Rossmann D (2016) Improving services — at what cost? Examining the ethics of Twitter research at the Montana State University Library. Council for Big Data, Ethics, and Society.
Mannheimer S, Sterman LB, Borda S (2016) Discovery and reuse of open datasets: an exploratory study. Journal of eScience Librarianship 5(1): e1091. http://doi.org/10.7191/jeslib.2016.1091
Mannheimer S, Young SWH, Rossmann D (2016) On the ethics of social network research in libraries. Journal of Information, Communication, and Ethics in Society 14(2): 139-151. http://doi.org/10.1108/JICES-05-2015-0013
[Open access version via MSU ScholarWorks]
Mannheimer S, Yoon A, Greenberg J, Feinstein E, Scherle R (2014) A balancing act: the ideal and the realistic in Dryad’s preservation policy development. First Monday 19(8). http://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v19i8.5415
NON PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
Sheehan J, Arlitsch K, Mannheimer S, Knobel C, Llovet P (2015) Data-intensive science and campus IT. EDUCAUSE Review.
Mannheimer S, Banta R (2017) Personal digital archiving as a bridge to research data management. In: Marshall B, editor. Personal Digital Archiving for Librarians, Archivists, and Information Professionals. Chicago: ALA Editions/Neal-Schuman.
[Open access version via MSU ScholarWorks]
SPECIAL ISSUE EDITORSHIP
Mannheimer S, Sterman LB, Borda S (2016) Cited/downloaded dataset and repository characteristics [dataset]. Montana State University ScholarWorks. http://doi.org/10.15788/m2059z
Clark JA, Llovet P, Mannheimer S, Sheehan J (2016) Montana State University research data census instrument, version 2. Montana State University ScholarWorks. http://doi.org/10.15788/m2k01g
Arlitsch K, Clark JA, Hager B, Heetderks T, Llovet P, Mannheimer S, Mazurie A, Sheehan J, Sterman L (2015) Montana State University research data census instrument, version 1. Montana State University ScholarWorks. http://doi.org/10.15788/m2h59m
PEER REVIEWED TALKS
Library data: ethics and privacy considerations. Part of the panel Collecting library data: policies and data management procedures for improvement, with Abigail Goben, Kristin Briney, and Jenica Rogers. ALA Annual, June 2017.
Big data for all: toward ethical big data sharing. Co-authored with Elizabeth Hull. Research Data Access and Preservation Summit, April 2017.
Digital preservation partnerships: extending resources and expanding knowledge through collaboration. Co-presented with Tammy Troup. Co-authored with Tammy Troup and Conor Cote. Digital Library Federation Forum, November 2016.
The man in the machine: digital labor ethics for academic research. Co-presented and co-authored with Scott W. H. Young. Digital Library Federation Forum, November 2016.
Putting the “I” in data: the ethics of using human-generated data as a research tool. Conference abstract and slides. Co-authored with Scott W. H. Young and Doralyn Rossmann. SciDataCon, September 2016.
Working across cultures: data librarian as knowledge broker. Research Data Access and Preservation Summit, May 2016.
Dataset optimization for institutional repositories. Co-authored with Leila Belle Sterman and Susan Borda. Digital Library Federation Forum, October 2015.
“This is just for me:” researchers on their data documentation practices. Part of the panel Beyond metadata: supporting non-standardized documentation to facilitate data reuse, with Lizzy Rolando, Sarah Pickle, and Kristin Briney. Research Data Access and Preservation Summit, April 2015.
Open data in education: how to harness the power of open resources. Co-authored and co-presented with Leila Belle Sterman. Montana Library Association Conference, April 2015.
Using sentiment analysis of Twitter to develop strategies for library data sharing partnerships. Co-authored and co-presented with Scott W. H. Young. Coalition for Networked Information Fall Membership Meeting, December 2014.
#Win or #Fail: measuring researcher attitudes toward open data using sentiment analysis of Twitter. Co-authored with Scott W. H. Young and James Espeland. Digital Library Federation Forum, October 2014.
It’s a real world: developing preservation policy for Dryad. Co-presented with Ayoung Yoon. Co-authored with Ayoung Yoon, Elena Feinstein, Jane Greenberg, and Ryan Scherle. Research Data Access and Preservation Summit, March 2014.
Managing and publishing agricultural data at Montana State University. Rangelands Partnership Annual Meeting (remote participation), May 2017.
Exploring ethics in data and technology research. Co-presented and co-authored with Jason A. Clark, Justin D. Shanks, and Scott W. H. Young. Montana State University Computer Science Seminar Series, February 2016.
How open access enriches education & supports global information equity.
Co-authored and co-presented with Leila Belle Sterman. Montana State University International Education Week, November 2015.
The research data census: assessing data services at Montana State University. CLIR/DLF E-Research Network (online session), October 2015.
Data mining and data making: library digital services and applied research.
Co-authored and co-presented with Jason A. Clark and Scott W. H. Young. Institute on Ecosystems Rough Cut Science, January 2015.
INVITED BLOG POSTS
Mannheimer S, Clark JA (21 May 2015). Using data dictionary creation as the teaching moment for metadata. CLIR Re: Thinking Blog.
Planning for success: the impact of data management plans on grant awards and grant-funded research (May 2017-September 2018). Principal investigator. $9,500. Funded by National Network of Libraries of Medicine Pacific Northwest Region.
Radian data education & advocacy community (April 2016-April 2017). Principal investigator, with co-principal investigators Ryer Banta and Scott W. H. Young. $1,500. Funded by Force11.
Twitter sentiment analysis for research data services. (June 2015 – December 2015). Co-Principal Investigator with Scott W. H. Young. $4,480. Funded by Montana State University, Faculty Excellence Grant.
LSCI 121: Library research skills, Spring 2017
HONR 494: Information Ethics and Privacy in the Age of Big Data, Spring 2018
AWARDS AND HONORS
National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Pacific Northwest Region professional development award to attend ALA Annual, Chicago, IL, June 2017.
Invited participant for the NSF-funded workshop Qualitative Research Ethics in the Era of Big Data, Washington, DC, December 2016
OpenCon Conference Registration Scholarship, November 2016
Leadership MSU, Class of 2015
Margaret Ellen Kalp Memorial Fellowship (2012-2013), UNC-Chapel Hill
NSF Travel Grant, Web Archiving Cooperative Summer Workshop. Palo Alto, CA, June 2012
Planning Committee Member, Research Data Access and Preservation (RDAP), 2015, 2016, and 2017
Reviewer, Journal of eScience Librarianship, 2016
Faculty Member, CLIR/DLF E-Research Network, 2016 and 2017
Social Media Manager, RDAP Twitter and RDAP Facebook, 2015 and 2016
OCLC Data Curation Funding Working Group, 2014-2016
Planning Committee Member and Panel Proposal Judge, ASIS&T SIG-DL Student Research Forum, 2014
Planning Council, 2014-present
HELPS Lab Advisory Board, 2015-present
Montana State University Bicycle Task Force, 2015-present
Montana State University Research Network, 2015-present
Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon (co-organizer with Melissa Ragain), March 2016
University Facilities Planning Board, 2015
Center for Research Competitiveness Visioning Committee, 2014
Archival Data Storage Request for Proposals Review Committee, 2017
Search Committee: Library Instructional Services Program Leader, 2016-2017
Data Interest Group (formerly Data Management Task Force) (chair). 2014-present
Scholarly Communication Group, 2014-present
Open Access Week (co-organizer with Leila Sterman), October 2014 and October 2015
ScholarWorks Twitter Manager, 2014-2015
Activities and Events Committee, 2014-2015
Search Committee: Undergraduate Experience Librarian, 2014