Managing Your Data and Your Reputation
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21st century research requires both excellent data wrangling skills and the ability to present and communicate your research to your disciplinary peers and to the public. Are you prepared to meet these challenges? This workshop will identify key areas where you can improve your data management skills in order to create reproducible research. We’ll also explore identifying how you want to present yourself online, your goals in research communication, and choosing the best online venue.
|Tina Griffin, MLIS, is and Assistant Professor and the library liaison to the College of Pharmacy and also the basic science departments of the College of Medicine at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her previous experience in molecular biology included the entire research lifecycle from experimental design through data management to publication. Leveraging her background in basic science, she currently is developing curriculum and workshops on data management; chemical and drug resources; and consults on research data management process improvement on an individual and laboratory level. Her research interests include data management implementation and the intersection between library resources and biological and health informatics.|
|Abigail Goben, MLS, is an Associate Professor and Librarian at the University of Illinois at Chicago Library of the Health Sciences. She teaches data management and evidence based practice, and serves as the liaison to the College of Dentistry. Her primary research focuses on policies and education surrounding research data. Goben is also a co-investigator of the IMLS funded Data Doubles project, which is examining student perceptions of library learning analytics. Goben is an active member of LITA and ACRL. Outside of library and research work, Goben is an avid knitter. She blogs at Hedgehog Librarian and can be found on Twitter as @hedgielib.|
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