Kristin R. Eschenfelder
Professor, Associate Director School of Computer, Data & Information Sciences
4217 HC White Hall | 600 North Park Street | Madison, WI 53706
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PhD Information Science, Syracuse University 2000
Research fields – Data management, scholarly communications, information/data policy, science and technology studies
Methods and methodologies – I have experience with a wide variety of data collection and analysis methodologies. I have the most experience with content analysis, interviews, focus groups, and surveys.
Theories – Socio-technical theories and organizational and field-level theories of change
Areas of interest – Data sharing and data governance, information policy, scholarly communications, human computer interaction, government information
LIS 603 Research & Evaluation Methods
LIS 751 Relational Database Design & Management
LIS 611 User Experience Design I
LIS 704 Introduction to Analytics for Decision Making
LIS 705 Data Mining Planning and Management
Fernandez-Molina, J.C.; Eschenfelder, K.R.; Rubel. A. (2020) E-journal license use clauses: a comparison of US and Spanish license terms. College and Research Libraries.
Eschenfelder, K.R.; Shankar, K.; Williams, R; Langham, A.; Zhang, M.; Salo, D.(2018) A nine dimensional framework for digital cultural heritage organizational sustainability: A content analysis of the LIS literature (2000–2015) Online Information Review.
Eschenfelder, K. Shankar, K.(2017) Organizational Resilience in Data Archives: Three Case Studies in Social Science Data Archives. Data Science Journal, 16, p 12. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/dsj-2017-012
Shankar, K.; Eschenfelder K.E.; Downey G.(2016) “Social Science Data Archives: A Trans-Atlantic History of Field-Level Knowledge Infrastructures from 1960-2004.” Science & Technology Studies
Kalpana Shankar & Kristin R. Eschenfelder (2015) Sustaining Data Archives over Time: Lessons from the Organizational Studies Literature, New Review of Information Networking, 20:1-2, 248-254.