Research Data Management at the U of L: Library Scholars Brown Bag

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Research Data Management at the U of L
Rhys Stevens & Emma Scott, U of L Librarians
Date: January 29
Time: 12 to 1 p.m.
Location: L950

How are researchers managing their data? How much data do they create and what do they do with it during and after a project? In October 2018, researchers at the U of L were asked these questions and more. In this talk, we’ll go over some of the key findings and discuss recommendations for meeting the needs of researchers at the University of Lethbridge. We’ll also compare the results to a nationwide survey of researchers across Canadian Institutions.

First in the Library Scholars series highlighting research done by U of L Librarians. Next Brown Bags in the series:

Arthur Erickson: Campus Planner
Mike Perry, University Archivist
February 12, 12-1pm, Room L950

Introduction to Scoping & Systematic Reviews
David Scott, Health Sciences Librarian
March 11, 12-1pm, Room L1114

Diverse Knowledges, Diverse Methodologies: Artists Research
Sandra Cowan, Fine Arts Librarian
April 1, 12-1pm, Room L950


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Sandra Cowan | | (403) 332-4465

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