The Cornell University
2020 2021 Day(s) of Data were held January 27-28, 2021! *
The Day of Data 2021 is an event for anyone working with data - beginners, experts, students, researchers, and everyone in between - to come together to share experiences, find solutions for data-related problems, learn effective tools and techniques, and network with colleagues from across the university. This year, the Day of Data will be entirely virtual, spread across TWO days and the program will include presentations, lightning talks, discussion panels and workshops. We welcome participation from students, faculty and staff across all the Cornell campuses.
We understand that videoconferencing is not optimized for universal design and accessibility. Please contact the conference organizers (firstname.lastname@example.org) as soon as possible if you anticipate needing accessibility support, so that we can design an approach that fits as much of our community as possible.
* Previously October 13, 2020; changed due to COVID-related shifts in the academic calendar
The theme of the Day of Data 2021 is "Scholarship through Collaboration". We encourage attendees to consider how recent collaborative projects using or creating research data from any discipline helped reveal insights, challenges, or opportunities. Sharing these experiences will allow us to learn from one another, broaden ideas on how we work, and inspire new ways of working with data to forward our scholarship, through collaboration.
Registration is closed, but please browse the event schedule and list of presenters!
Interested in the presentations? Check out full presentation recordings and find slides on the CDOD21 OSF Meeting site.
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