Data Management/Curation Task Force Trainings in the Libraries Unit 1: Core Data for Reference Services (July 14 August 8, 2014, then in spring/summer as needed) July 17, 1pm, LW 211: Overview: Data and UF Data Resources, D. Schwieder and J. Aufmuth July 23, 1pm, MSL 308: Data Reference Workshop, Denise Bennett July 29, 910am, LW419: DMPTool Workshop, Hannah Norton July 30, 12pm, LW419: Responsible Conduct of Research, Michelle Leonard August 5, 12pm, LW212: Copyright and Data, Christine Fruin Online: Security Video from Research Computing Day in Fall 2013, Cheryl Granto ( slides ) Summer 2014: Core Data Trainings for Reference Services Overview: Data and UF Data Resources Thursday, July 17, 1:00 PM 4:00 PM, Library West Room 211 Presenter: David Schwieder and Joe Aufmuth This is the first in a series of workshops presented by the Digital Management Curation Task Force. The series is designed to help library staff understand data and data issues, and to assist patrons with data reference tasks. Data Management Series: Data Reference Workshop Wednesday, July 23, 1:00 PM 2:00 PM, Marston Library Room L308 Presenter: Denise Bennett Raise your awareness and confidence in providing basic service to patrons who ask about obtaining data. Well focus on reference interview techniques, strategies for finding datasets, and differences across disciplines.
DMPTool Workshop Tuesday, July 29, 9:00 AM 10:00 AM, Library Room 419 Presenter: Hannah Norton Part of the Data Management/Curation Task Force training series for librarians and library staff, this session will introduce DMPTool. This webbased product is freely available for researchers to use in writing data management plans for grant proposals and has been customized for UF researchers. In addition to DMPTool itself, this session will address the basic elements of data. Responsible Conduct of Research Wednesday, July 30, 1:00 PM 2:00 PM, Library Room 419 Presenter: Michele Leonard Academic integrity is vital to the success of the research lifecycle in any discipline. But knowing how t o recognize and incorporate good research practices may not be as simple as you imagine. This workshop will give you the skills to incorporate the research process, responsible conduct of research, into your library instruction. Copyright and Data Tuesday, August 5, 10:00 AM 11:00 AM, Library Room 212 Presenter: Christine Fruin This workshop will cover copyright issues tha t arise in the creation and usage of data, including public access to datasets under federal policies, licensing of datasets using Creative Commons, and usage and ownership of data created at the University of Florida pursuant to the Universitys Intellect ual Property Policy.