Digital Curation Coordinator &
Chair of Research Data Services
Cameron Cook is the Digital Curation Coordinator and Chair of Research Data Services at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she also received her MLIS in 2016. In her role, she helps researchers share and manage their data to ensure the long-term impact and re-use of our campus’ research into the future. Specifically, she provides support and strategy for research data management, data sharing and preservation, digital scholarship, and open research. She also manages the University’s institutional repository, MINDS@UW. Her interests include research support infrastructure for research data & digital scholarship, data ethics, data sharing & open research, data information literacy, digital humanities, and scholarly communication.