Workshops @ Walter Feb. 22-26

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Introduction to Data Management for Scientists and Engineers

Are you trying to update you data management techniques?

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Or just trying to make sense of your current data management?

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Then you may be interested in our workshop: Introduction to Data Management for Scientists and Engineers.

Here's the course description:

Digital data is growing at an exponential rate, and the work involved in managing that data is rapidly increasing as well. How can we ensure that our research data will still be available in a usable form in 5, 10, or 20 years? We will discuss why having a data management plan is important as well as key considerations and best practices for data management.

Here are the details:
Introduction to Data Management for Scientists and Engineers
Walter 310
Tuesday, February 23
3:30-4:30
Register Here

After the class, just like Captain Jean-Luc Picard, you will be able to manage Data:

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Web of Science: Research Made Easy

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Want to learn the ins and outs of the Web of Science database to enhance your literature searching.

Librarian Lisa Johnston will cover search strategies, setting up email alerts, citation management and journal ranking methods, such as h-index, Impact Factor, and Eigenfactor metrics.

Here are the details:

Web of Science: Research Made Easy
Walter Library 310
Wednesday, February 24
10:15-11:15
Register Here

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