Publications

Refereed Publications

Journal Articles

Murillo, A. P. (2014). Data sharing and reuse in the sciences:  An investigation of selected cyberinfrastructure and interoperability elements. Bulletin of IEEE Technical Committee Digital Libraries.  (link)

Costello, K. L., & Murillo, A. P. (2014). “I want your kidney!” Information seeking, sharing, and disclosure when soliciting a kidney donor online. Patient Education and Counseling. 94(3), 423-426. (link)

Murillo, A. P. (2013). Data at risk initiative: Examining and facilitating the scientific process in relation to endangered data. Data Science Journal, 12, 207-219. (link)

Greenberg, J., Murillo, A. P., and Kunze, J. A. (October 2012). Ontological ownership: Empowerment and sustainability. Paper presented at the 23rd ASIS SIG/CR Classification Research Workshop, Baltimore, MD. (link)

Ludvigson, G. A., Gonzalez, L. A., Metzger, R. A., Witzke, B. J., Brenner, R. L., Murillo, A. P., and White, T. S. (1998). Meteoric sphaerosiderite lines and their use for paleohydrology and paleoclimatology. Geology, 26, 1039-1042. (link)

Refereed Conference Paper Presentations

Greenberg, J., Murillo, A. P., Ogletree, A., Boyles, R., Martin, N., & Romeo, C. (November 2014). Metadata Capital: Automating metadata workflows in the NIEHS Viral Vector Core Laboratory. In MTSR 2014: 8th Metadata and Semantics Research Conference. Karlsruhe, Germany: Springer. (link)

Greenberg, J., Ogletree, A., Murillo, A. P., Caruso, T., & Huang, H. (October 2014). Metadata Capital: Simulating the predictive value of Self-Generated Health Information (SGHI). In 2014 IEEE International Conference on Big Data (IEEE BigData 2014). Washington, DC.

Greenberg, J., Murillo, A. P., Kunze, J. A. Callahan, S., Guralnick, R., Janee, G., Nassar, N., Patton, C., and Ram, K. (September 2013). Metadictionary: Advocating for a community-driven metadata vocabulary application. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications. Lisbon, Portugal. (link)

Murillo, A. P. (September 2013). Data sharing and reuse in the sciences: An investigation of selected cyberinfrastructure and interoperability elements. Presented at iPRES Doctoral Symposium. Lisbon, Portugal.

Murillo, A. P., Carver, N., Greenberg, J., Robertson, D. W., Thompson, C. A., Anderson, W. L. (October 2012). Data-At-Risk initiative: Scientists’ perceptions of endangered data and data reuse. Presented at CODATA 23 (Committee on Data for Science and Technology). Taipei, Taiwan. (link to extended abstract)

Murillo, A. P. (May 2012). DataONE: Components of a successful metadata registry framework. LOV Symposium: Linking and Opening Vocabularies. Universidad Carlos III De Madrid. Madrid, Spain. (link to presentation)

Murillo, A. P. and Brenner, R. L. (1998). Meteoric sphaerosiderite lines and their use for paleohydrology and paleoclimatology. GSA. Salt Lake City, UT.

Refereed Poster Presentations

Murillo, A. P. (October 2016). How do scientists determine data reusability? A quasi-experiment think-aloud study. American Society of Information Science and Technology Annual Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Murillo, A. P. (October 2014). Examining data sharing and data reuse in the DataONE environment. American Society of Information Science & Technology Annual Conference, Seattle, WA. (link)

Murillo, A. P. (May 2013). Infrastructure, data sharing, and data reuse in the sciences: The case of DataONE. National Consortium for Data Science Data Innovation Showcase. Chapel Hill, NC.

Earls, A. C., Clary, E., Greenberg, J., Kirschenfeld, A., Murillo, A. P., Robertsons, W. D., Swauger, S., and Anderson, W. L. (September 2013). The Data-at-Risk Initiative: A metadata scheme for documenting data rescue activities. iPRES 2013. Lisbon, Portugal (link)

Murillo, A. P., Thompson, C. A., Carver, N., Robertson, D. W., Greenberg, J., and Anderson, W. L. (October 2012). The Data-At-Risk Initiative: Analyzing the current state of endangered scientific data. American Society of Information Science & Technology Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD. (link)

Carver, N., Murillo, A. P., Thompson, C., Anderson, W. L., Greenberg, J., & Robertson, D. W. (August 2012). Data at Risk Initiative: A study of endangered scientific data. International Council on Archives Congress.  Brisbane, Australia.

Shelby, L., Murillo, A. P., and Ramdeen, S. (August 2012). Public repertoires and private sets: Documents of interdisciplinary researchers collaborating together and alone. DOCAM. London, Ontario.

Thompson, C. A., Robertson, W. D., Carver, N., Murillo, A. P., Greenberg, J., & Anderson, W. (July 2012). Scientific Data At Risk: Understanding the predicament and the role of special librarians. Poster presented at All Sciences Poster Session at the Special Libraries Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

Murillo, A. P., Barnes, H., Poole, A. & Uckun, T., (December 2011). Digital curation certificate programs in the United States. International Digital Curation Conference. Bristol. UK.

REFERRED CONFERENCE SESSIONS

Murillo, A. P. (in conjunction with the CODATA Young Scientist Working Group). (November 2014). CODATA Early Career Data Professionals – today and future:  Research activities by Early Career Data Professionals in the world. SciDataCon 2014. New Delhi, India. (forthcoming)

Non-Refereed Publications

Invited Presentations

Murillo, A. P. (May 2014). Infrastructure, data sharing, and data reuse in the sciences: The case of DataONE. National Consortium for Data Science Data Innovation Showcase. Chapel Hill, NC.

Murillo, A. P. and Greenberg, J. (May 2012). Data-at-Risk, metadata registration for data. GrandIR, Advances in research data management in Spain. Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. Barcelona, Spain.

Murillo, A. P. and Hall, R.(March 2011). Remixing the library. Unpacking the ‘Library’: Exploring Works in Progress Across the Field of LIS. Morning Keynote. March 25, 2011. University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA.

Non-Refereed Journal Articles

Poole, A. H., Lee, C. A., and Murillo, A. P. (September/October 2012). AERI 2012 Digital Curation Pre-Conference. D-Lib Magazine, 18, 9/10. (link)

Poole, A. H., Lee, C. A., and Murillo, A. P. (November/December 2012). CurateGear: Enabling the Curation of Digital Collections. D-Lib Magazine, 18, 11/12.  (link)

Non-Refereed Conference Presentations

 Murillo, A. P. (July 2014). Data sharing and reuse in the sciences: An investigation of infrastructure factors. Archival Education and Research Institute 2014. University of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh, PA.

Non-Refereed Poster Presentations

Murillo, A. P. (October 2013). Data sharing and reuse in the sciences: An investigation of selected cyberinfrastructure and interoperability elements. DataONE All Hands Meeting. Albuquerque, NM.

Murillo, A. P. and Ramdeen, S. (July 2013). Understanding user motivations regarding earth science data reuse: Accessing opinions on skills, access, and trust. Archival Education and Research Institute 2013. University of Texas. Austin, TX.

Murillo, A. P. and Ramdeen, S. (January 2012). Assessing skills, access, and trust of data re-use within the ESIP community. ESIP Winter Meeting. Washington, DC.

Murillo, A. P., Greenberg, J., Kunze, J., and Boone, J. (September 2012). Components of successful metadata registry frameworks. DataONE All Hands Meeting. Albuquerque, NM.

Murillo, A. P., Greenberg, J., Kunze, J., and Boone, J. (September 2012). Components of successful metadata registry frameworks. DataONE All Hands Meeting. Albuquerque, NM.

Murillo, A. P. (July 2012). Data sharing in the scientific community: A preliminary analysis. Archival Education and Research Institute 2012. University of California. Los Angeles. Los Angeles, CA.

Murillo, A. P. (October 2011). Data sharing and reuse in the sciences. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Doctoral Student Association – Research Day.  Chapel Hill, NC.

Murillo, A. P. and Yoon, A. (July 2011). Use and non-use of social media in scholarly research. Archival Education and Research Institute 2011. Simmons College. Boston, MA.

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