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Libraries' presentations on preserving science research data
A few questions for faculty members and graduate students -
The new National Science Foundation data management plan requires a detailed plan for organizing research data and making it accessible. Across all disciplines, there is increased attention to the access and preservation of research data.
The Rutgers University Libraries, as part of its mission to support and advance the universityís research agenda, can help you with solutions for your data plan and the ongoing management of your data. The Libraries are offering a presentation and discussion on developing a data management plan and using RUresearch, the emerging suite of RUcore tools and services, to support your research data.
Ryan Womack, Research Data Manager for RUcore, is offering presentations at different locations on the New Brunswick campus. The presentation will discuss:
The presentation will last 30 minutes, followed by a 30 minute Q&A period. Please come to discuss your specific data needs, and we can devise solutions together.For a preview, see RUresearch at http://rucore.libraries.rutgers.edu/research
The presentation will be offered on the following dates and times:
Canít make a meeting? Please contact Ryan and the RUresearch team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Meetings at Newark and Camden will be scheduled later in the spring. Time and place TBA.
RUResearch is a suite of services to help you organize your data and make it accessible. It is a new service of RUcore, the Rutgers Community Repository, which is hosted and managed by the Rutgers University Libraries for the benefit of Rutgers faculty and students. The RUresearch team includes experts in data management, data archiving, metadata and web portal development. The goal of RUresearch is to provide meaningful data support so that you can focus on the research itself.
Posted March 1, 2011