On Tuesday, September 5th and Tuesday, September 12th, the Kresge Engineering Library and Research Data Management will be holding a series of two data management workshops designed for researchers who are in the midst navigating the research data lifecycle.
During the first workshop, Efficient Research Data Practices, we’ll tear apart the above cycle and identify where each attendee currently falls in the data lifecycle. We’ll address pitfalls, tips, and tools for each step of the process that includes creating data management plans; setting up secure storage for the active data management phase; and how to prepare your data for publication while adhering to publisher and funder requirements.
The second workshop, Data Sharing: Publishing and Archiving, will take a deep dive into metadata creation and preparing data for publication and archiving. We’ll discuss why data publication is so important and we’ll identify individual publisher requirements for datasets. Daniella Lowenberg, formerly a publication manager for PLoS, and now the Research Data Specialist for the California Digital Library will be joining us.
Please register for the workshops by clicking on the below links and we look forward to seeing you!
Efficient Research Data Practices: September 5, 4:00 – 5:00, Kresge Engineering Library – 110MD Bechtel Engineering Center
Data Sharing: Publishing and Archiving: September 12, 4:00 – 5:00, Kresge Engineering Library – 110MD Bechtel Engineering Center