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Regional Programs

Pacific Northwest Programs

Upcoming Classes 

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Past Classes - Recordings Available

PNR Rendezvous: Data Education Resources for Anyone, Anywhere
A look at the development of freely available, online Open Educational Resources (OERs) that cover various topics in data science by a research team at Oregon Health & Science University.

A Rendez-vous with Data
Three librarians share their experiences developing and providing unique data services in academic medical settings: Erin Foster from Indiana University School of Medicine, Ruth Lily Medical Library; Ariel Deardorff from the UCSF Library; and Kevin Read from the NYU Health Sciences Library.

Calling BS in the Age of Big Data

Jevin West, Assistant Professor at the University of Washington's iSchool, discusses common pitfalls around information visualization, examing different ways that information can be misrepresented with figures and graphs. The discussion builds upon several lectures given in his Calling BS class at the UW.

 


2017 Proposals Funded by the PNR

Inland Northwest Health Science Libraries was funded to bring the Association of College & Research Libraries Workshop, “Building Your Research Data Management Toolkit: Integrating RDM into Your Liaison Work” to Spokane, Washington on April 10, 2017.  With collaboration by libraries from Washington State University, Gonzaga University, Eastern Washington University, and Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center, the workshop successfully attracted regional academic and hospital librarians that seek to provide data management assistance to expanding medical programs and researchers serving rural populations.

 

Oregon Health Sciences University was funded to create and offer a Data Science Institute for Researchers, Librarians, and Information Specialists.  The Institute will “bring together researchers, librarians and information specialists from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Alaska and northern California for a formal training on key topics in data science. The program organizers will work with subject-matter experts to provide face-to-face, interactive instruction over a three-day workshop. The learning objectives for the training are to increase awareness of key skills in data science and how these can be applied to the participant’s own daily practices, such as research or serving patrons; to increase confidence with using data science techniques; and, to increase the ability of participants to use or apply data science techniques in problems outlined in the course.” The Institute is planned for November 6th - 8th, 2017 and more details are available here!

Data Management LibGuides

There are a growing number of national and international data management  resources for both librarians and researchers available online. Below is a list of the data management website pages and library guides provided by several of our regional members. It you don't see yours here, please let us know!

Idaho
Boise State University, Data Management (link is external)
Northwest Nazarene University (link is external)
University of Idaho, Data and Digital Services (link is external)

Montana
Montana State University, Data Services (link is external)

Oregon
Oregon Health and Sciences University, Data (link is external)
Oregon State University, Research Data Services (link is external)
Portland State University, Manage Your Research Data (link is external)
University of Oregon, Research Data Management (link is external)
Willamette University, Data Management (link is external)

Washington
University of Puget Sound, Data Management Plans (link is external)
University of Washington, Data Resources (link is external)
University of Washington, Data Resources in the Health Sciences (link is external)
Washington State University, Data Management Plans

Regional Organizations
University of Washington, Institute of Translation Health Sciences (ITHS) 
Oregon Health Sciences University, Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute (OCTRI)