For more information see http://classguides.lib.uconn.edu/RDMR
- Morning Event: Data Tools Forum (9:30 am – 12 Noon)
- Afternoon Event: The 2nd Research Data Management Roundtable (1:15pm – 4pm)
Topic: “Engaging Faculty and Graduate Student Researchers at Our Institutions”
Location for both events: Faculty Conference Room, University of Massachusetts Medical School, 55 Lake Ave. North, Worcester, MA (map and directions)
Important: please register for each event if you plan to attend both!
Data Tools Forum 9:30am – 12 noon
The Data Tools Forum will feature a brief introduction on the integration of data science tools in the research landscape and overview presentations of three open-source tools commonly used in working with data extraction, wrangling, analysis, and presentation: OpenRefine, RStudio, and Jupyter. The forum will be open to both researchers and librarians. (Librarians are encouraged to forward the attached Data Tool Forum flyer to researchers at their institutions). Space is limited so please register early. For questions about registration for this event, contact Zac Painter (email@example.com).
Participants will have lunch on their own. Options include the Sherman Cafeteria (in the Sherman Building, adjacent to the Medical School Building) or at another off-campus restaurant (for suggestions).
Research Data Management Roundtable 1:15 – 4pm “Engaging Faculty and Graduate Student Researchers at Our Institutions”
This is the second in a series of informal roundtable discussions on specific research data management topics. It is intended to establish and foster an active Community of Practice network for librarians working in research data management services. In this informal set of roundtable discussions participants will have the opportunity to share ideas and learn from each other. Space is limited, so please register early.
For questions about registration for the roundtable event, contact Tom Hohenstein (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Light refreshments will be available at each event.
Both events are sponsored by the New England e-Science Program.