Spring Semester 2024 | Thursdays 9:30-10:30am | Mann Library Rm 100
For all levels and disciplines; attend all or a few.
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Join us for a weekly informal discussion series to work our way through the data lifecycle over donuts. From the planning stages of a research project, through closeout and data archiving, we will discuss best practices and point to resources on campus and beyond. There will be time for open conversation, questions, skill-building, and troubleshooting. Please bring your own beverage for donut dunking.
Sponsored by Cornell Data Services and Cornell University Library’s Research Data and Open Scholarship group.
Cornell Data Services (CDS) is a collaborative, campus-wide organization that links Cornell University faculty, staff, and students with data services to meet their research needs. CDS’s broad range of disciplinary, policy, data, and information technology experts provide timely and professional assistance for the creation and implementation of data management and sharing plans, and help researchers find specialized data-related services they require at any stage of the research process, including initial exploration, data gathering, analysis and description, long term preservation and access.