Research Data Sharing: Get Credit for Your Research. Nov 16 3-4:30

Researchers with laptops

Have you ever been asked to share your data by a journal editor or funder? Do you want to make your research more reproducible and data citable? This practical workshop will cover all of these topics and give you the skills to:

  • Comply with journal/funder data sharing policies       
  • Find relevant data repositories
  • Upload your data into a repository
  • Ensure your data is citable & reusable
  • Understand “metadata”

Snacks provided!

November 16, 3-4:30
McHenry Library Room 2353

Please Register! (free)

Presenters:  
John Borghi, PhD, Integrative Neuroscience is currently a CLIR/DLF fellow in Data Curation at the California Digital Library, University of California Curation Center (UC3).

Daniella Lowenberg is currently the Research Data Specialist / Dash Product Manager at the University of California Curation Center (UC3) and a former Publications Manager at PLoS One where she implemented and oversaw the PLoS Data Policy.

Christy Caldwell, UCSC Research Support Librarian, has been teaching and consulting on research data management and data sharing best practices for UCSC's researchers for over five years. 

 

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