Data and Visualization Librarian, Dartmouth College
James Adams has served as Data and Visualization Librarian at Dartmouth College since May 2016, where he helps researchers of all levels acquire, wrangle, and visualize data. In addition to his work with academic departments across his institution, he is interested in libraries using data to make better-informed decisions that improve their service to their communities. He has been an instructor with Software Carpentry since 2015, which has helped him advocate for open source tools and reproducible research on campus. James holds a MSLIS from the Pratt Institute, and was a member of the 2016 Class of ALA Emerging Leaders.