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Megan Sapp Nelson is a Professor of Library Sciences and a Science and Engineering Data Specialist at Purdue University Libraries. Her liaison responsibilities are in the engineering and technology disciplines. Her primary research interest is in the identification of needed data management skills for successful data management and the integration of these skills into existing STEM curricula and programs. Her teaching goal is to integrate information literacy and data information literacy skills into disciplinary curricula in a scaffolded manner for the graduation of data and information fluent students.