Introduction to Research Data Management Services at UW-Madison
Research Data Services is proud to present this Introduction as part of the 2013–2014 Rebecca J. Holz Series in Research Data Management. The series commemorates Research Data Services co-founder Rebecca Holz, who passed away unexpectedly in 2011.
When: 12:00-1:00, September 10, 2013
Where: The School of Library & Information Studies’ SLIS Commons, 4207 Helen C. White Hall (600 N. Park St. 4th floor, in College Library)
Please RSVP via this web form so that we can send reminder emails. Light refreshment. Remote participation is usually possible through Adobe Connect; URLs will be provided below as we have them.
Presenters: Trisha Adamus, Ebling Library; Ryan Schryver, Wendt Commons; Alan Wolf, Office of the Vice Provost for Information Technology and Tom Mish School of Medicine & Public Health.
Content: Wondering what a data management plan is? Why funders are asking for something called metadata? Where you will store your data and make it accessible to colleagues? If so, learn about many of the research data resources available to UW-Madison researchers. Speakers involved with assisting researchers with data management issues will speak on a variety of issues and services, including MINDS@UW, Advanced Computing Infrastructure, ORCID, VIVO, and data security.
Like to talk about your data? Have a topic you’d like us to present on? Please contact the RDS Outreach Committee.
The Rebecca J. Holz Series in Research Data is made possible by the generosity of UW-Madison School of Library and Information Studies, the UW-Madison General Library System, Ebling Library and the UW-Madison Division of Information Technology.