Ariel Deardorff, MLIS

Title(s)Data Services Librarian, Library
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    University of British ColumbiaMLIS2014School of Library, Archival, and Information Studies
    University of WashingtonBA2010Jackson School of International Studies

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    Ariel Deardorff is the UCSF Data Services Librarian and member of the Library’s Data Science Team. She teaches classes and does research on data management, open science, and reproducibility in the health sciences. She has a Master’s degree from the University of British Columbia and was a National Library of Medicine Associate Fellow before arriving at UCSF.

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    1. Ariel Deardorff, Dylan Romero.From Python to Raspberry Pi: Celebrating Pi Day with Data Science. ACRL News. 2018; 79(11).
    2. Erin D Foster, Ariel Deardorff.Open Science Framework (OSF). Journal of the Medical Library Association: JMLA. 2017; 2(105):203.
    3. A Deardorff, K Masterton, K Roberts, H Kilicoglu, D Demner-Fushman.A protocol-driven approach to automatically finding authoritative answers to consumer health questions in online resources. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 2017; 7(67):1724-1736.
    4. Deardorff A, Florance V, VanBiervliet A. Assessing the National Library of Medicine's Informationist Awards. J Escience Librariansh. 2016; 5(1). PMID: 27818846.
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    5. Deardorff, A.Journal of the Medical Library Association. Tableau (version 9.1). 2016; 2(104):182-183.
    6. Corbett, M. Deardorff, A. Kovar-Gough, I.Emerging Data Management Roles for Health Librarians in Electronic Medical Records. Journal of the Canadian Health Libraries Association. 2014; (35):55-59.