Center for Digital Scholarship Upcoming Workshops

The Center for Digital Scholarship and Library colleagues will be offering a series of workshops focusing on academic copyright and data management issues this quarter at Regenstein Library. 

Week of October 15
Introduction to ORCID: October 15, 2-3pm, Regenstein Library 522, Presented by Stacie Williams
Introduction to ICPSR: October 17, 11am-12pm, Regenstein Library 523, Presented by Elizabeth Foster

Week of October 22
Introduction to Copyright and Fair Use: October 25, 3-4pm, TechBar Regenstein Library 160, Dan Meyer and Nora Mattern
Understanding Authors’ Rights: October 26, 3-4pm, Techbar Regenstein Library 160, Presented by Nora Mattern

Week of October 29
Authoring Multimedia Narratives: October 29, 2-3pm, Regenstein Library 522, Presented by Stacie Williams
Data, Advocacy & Storytelling: October 31, 10-11am, Regenstein Library 523, Presented by Elizabeth Foster

Week of November 5
Making Data Make Sense: November 8, 11am-12pm, Regenstein Library 522, Presented by Elizabeth Foster

Week of November 12
Managing your Data and Digital Files: November 13, 4-5pm, Techbar Regenstein Library 160, Presented by Nora Mattern and Elizabeth Foster

Scholarly Communications Drop-In Hours
On most Mondays from 2-5pm this quarter, faculty, students, and staff are invited to drop by the Tech Bar collaborative space to consult with issues related to copyright, data management, and open access. Come talk tools and practices to work through questions like: Do I need to get permission to use this photo in my publication? How can I make sense of (and find) my data in years to come? How can I increase the visibility and impact of my work? Drop-in hours are listed on the library events calendar.