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Gail Clement

Head of Research Services
United States
Gail Clement is a Library Administrator and science research librarian at the Caltech Library. She oversees a team of subject librarians, repository, metadata and licensing specialists who develop knowledge management resources, publishing services, and authorship programs for the Caltech community. In this role, she also represents Caltech Library on the Organizational Advisory Assembly for the Research Data Alliance, the Committee on Publication Ethics, the Overleaf Steering Committee, and the Ubiquity Press Library Advisory Board. She is a certified Data Carpentry Instructor, specializing in research data cleaning and enhancement; data sharing; and citation and publication of all research outputs. As Coordinator of Author Carpentry - a researcher training program in 21st-century authorship and publishing - Gail collaborates with developers and researchers to create practical, hands-on, and useful lessons in responsible, reproducible, and reusable open publication. Author Carpentry builds on a pilot lesson from Software Carpentry on Scientific Authorship. Author Carpentry workshops are offered at Caltech and through professional training programs such as the CODATA-RDA Summer School in Research Data Science, the Force11 Scholarly Communication Institute, and the Association for Artificial Intelligence 2017 Tutorial Forum. Gail's professional leadership and service includes mentoring researchers from developing nations via Author Aid; Co-Chair of the CODATA-Research Data Alliance Group on Legal Interoperability of Research Data; and past service on the Editorial Board for the Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication (JLSC) where she co-edited the 2015 special issue on data sharing, data publication, and data citation. She serves on the License Review Committee and the Scholarly Communication Taskforce of the Statewide California Electronic Library Consortium and as a Collection Editor for "Research Paper of the Future" on ScienceOpen.