Five Part Data Management Workshop Series

The University Libraries will offer a five part Data Management Workshop Series from October 4 - November 8. Students will be asked to watch a short video prior to the workshop and will then spend the class time directly applying data management skills.

Participants that attend all five workshops will receive a certificate of the completion.

The topics covered include (links will take you to the registration page):

How to Inventory, Store, and Backup Your Data
How to Create Data that You (and Others) can Understand
How to Navigate Rights and Ownership of your Research Data
How to Share Your Data and Ethically Reuse Data Created by Others
How to Digitally Preserve Your Data for the Future

Learn more by visiting the course website: z.umn.edu/datamgmt13

If you have questions, please feel free to contact the course instructors Lisa Johnston (ljohnsto@umn.edu) or Jon Jeffryes (jeffryes@umn.edu)

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