The National Science Foundation (NSF) requires a data management plan with all grant applications, and growing numbers of funders and publishers have data sharing requirements. Data management is equally important for the individual researcher or student trying to document, organize and evaluate empirical information.
Join us for an upcoming series of workshops cosponsored by Cornell’s Research Data Management Service Group and Mann Library. Topics covered include an introduction to data management planning (Sept 17), metadata to document data (Oct 1) and best practices for sharing and archiving research data (Oct 15).
More details about the workshops and free registration is available at http://mannlib.cornell.edu/mobile/events-workshops/workshops; please contact Wendy Kozlowski (wak57) if you have additional questions.