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Data Training and Resources from the Data SIG Meeting

Are you interested in taking or providing training on data-related topics? Check out some of these resources mentioned during the round robin portion of the MLA’18 Data SIG meeting:

  • The NNLM is hosting a Research Data Management (RDM) webinar series with topics addressing the library’s role in RDM, RDM tools, data management planning, and more. Note that the NNLM RD3 website provides a listing of data classes.
  • The Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library at the University of Utah hosted a research reproducibility course and conference. The library also provides a list of resources on this topic.
  • Also on the topic of research reproducibility, see the course syllabi for Open and Reproducible Methods, “a collection of course syllabi from any discipline featuring content to examine or improve open and reproducible research practices.”
  • The Oregon Health & Science University Library is involved in a Biodata Club, an informal meetup for faculty, staff, and students to share skills and learn new tools together.
  • John Borghi mentioned an article titled Support Your Data: A Research Data Management Guide for Researchers that he co-authored and that includes supporting materials.
  • Be on the lookout for open science introductory courses for libraries offered this coming fall, as well as the next cohort for RDM training for librarians in biomedical sciences.

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