Margaret L. Hedstrom
Faculty Associate, ICPSR
Professor, School Of Information
Robert M Warner Collegiate Professor of Information
Margaret L. Hedstrom, PhD, is PI for Sustainable Environment Actionable Data (SEAD), a National Science Foundation-funded project to create data services for sustainability science research. SEAD is a collaboration among researchers at the University of Michigan, Indiana University, and University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign. Previous international research projects include CAMiLEON, conducted in partnership with the University of Leeds and funded by the NSF and the Joint Information Systems Committee in the UK. CAMiLEON sought to find emulation solutions for long-term preservation of digital records. Hedstrom has also directed an NSF-sponsored traineeship (IGERT) that investigates tools and policies for data sharing and data management in partnership with faculty and doctoral students in bioinformatics, computer science, information science, and materials research.
- Elag, Mostafa M., Praveen Kumar, Luigi Marini, James D. Myers, Margaret L. Hedstrom, and Beth A. Plale. 2017. "Identification and characterization of information-networks in long-tail data collections." Environmental Modelling & Software 94: 100-111.
- Guberek, Tamy, and Margaret L. Hedstrom. 2017. "On or off the record? Detecting patterns of silence about death in Guatemala's National Police Archive." Archival Science 17(1): 27-54.
- Puchala, Brian, Glenn Tarcea, Emmanuelle A. Marquis, Margaret L. Hedstrom, H. V. Jagadish, and John E. Allison. 2016. "The Materials Commons: A Collaboration Platform and Information Repository for the Global Materials Community." Jom 68(8): 2035-2044.
- Myers, James D., Dharma Raell Akmon, Margaret L. Hedstrom, Sandy Payette, Beth A. Plale, Inna Kouper, Scott McCaulay, Robert McDonald, et al. 2015. "Towards Sustainable Curation and Preservation: The SEAD Project's Data Services Approach." Pp. 485-494 in 2015 Ieee 11th International Conference on E-Science, New York: Ieee.
- Goodman, Alyssa, Margaret L. Hedstrom, Alberto Pepe, Alexander W. Blocker, Christine L. Borgman, Kyle Cranmer, Merce Crosas, Rosanne Di Stefano, et al. 2014. "Ten Simple Rules for the Care and Feeding of Scientific Data." PLoS Computational Biology 10(4): e1003542.
- Jacobsen, Trond, Ricardo L. Punzalan, and Margaret L. Hedstrom. 2013. "Invoking "collective memory": mapping the emergence of a concept in archival science." Archival Science 13(2-3): 217-251.
- Plale, Beth, Robert H. McDonald, Kavitha Chandrasekar, Inna Kouper, Stacy Konkiel, Margaret L. Hedstrom, James D. Myers, and Praveen Kumar. 2013. "SEAD Virtual Archive: Building a Federation of Institutional Repositories for Long-Term Data Preservation in Sustainability Science." International Journal of Digital Curation 8(2): 172-180.
- Akmon, Dharma Raell, Ann Zimmerman, Morgan Daniels, and Margaret L. Hedstrom. 2011. "The application of archival concepts to a data-intensive environment: working with scientists to understand data management and preservation needs." Archival Science 11(3-4): 329-348.