The Data Curation Network is pleased to provide three specialized data curation workshops thanks to generous funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. These two-day training sessions bring together library data specialists, discipline and functional experts in a peer-to-peer learning environment for data curation.
- Increase understanding of data curation practices and tools in various disciplines, data types and formats.
- Share expertise and enhance curation capacity for librarians nationwide.
- Meet like-minded colleagues who are interested in building and extending curation practices at their institutions.
Who should attend:
- Subject specialists and library staff with functional expertise who have experience working with research data.
- Library staff who are tasked with curating research data.
- Library staff who have experience working with research data and are interested in expanding their knowledge of curation practices into new formats or disciplines.
- Those interested in sharing their expertise and developing actionable data curation primers.
Applications for the workshops are presently closed, but we will have a workshop in fall of 2019 at Washington University in St.Louis. We do additionally offer a limited number of scholarships for diversity, new professionals and students to offset the cost of attending our workshops. Please check back later for details and open applications.