Speed Networking with Research Data & Digital Scholarship
Why should I go? This is a unique opportunity to build and expand your network for professional growth and development, learn about research projects that include data and/or digital elements from the source. This event is appropriate for all students who (want to) work on data or digital projects. Mingle with friends and meet new ones with coffee and donuts!
What kind of research projects will I talk / hear about? data ethics and data privacy, data management and data management plans, data visualization, digital exhibit and publication platforms, fundamentals of research computing (R, Python, etc.), mapping and GIS, natural language processing, machine learning, open science, FAIR principles, ORCiD IDs, qualitative data analysis (Atlas.ti; NVivo), research communication, research sharing, text mining and computational text analysis, web scraping, digital humanities, computational social sciences, etc.
This event is co-hosted by Data Driven Discovery Initiative.
Please register only if attendance is confirmed.
Related LibGuide: Applied Data Sciences by Jajwalya Karajgikar
We welcome mask wearing in the close quarters of the room. Thank you for your consideration.
Room Description: RDDSX is halfway between the Information Desk and the Weigle Information Commons (WIC). Enter Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center, walk past the Information Desk, and turn left. You'll see us there. The RDDSX encourages in-person activity, brainstorming, and coworking.