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Using Metadata to Find, Interpret & Share Your Data

Using Metadata to Find, Interpret & Share Your Data In-Person

Ever struggle to find that file you saved last semester (or last week)? Having trouble remembering details to re-use your own data? Need others to understand & use your data? To ensure that you understand your own data and to enable others to find, use and properly cite your data, it helps to create capture documentation or metadata about the datasets you create.

This workshop will introduce you to the power of metadata standards: What they are, why they’re important, and how to get started with them. You'll understand the critical role documentation plays in data management and how you can ensure good documentation throughout your research.

InstructorsJulie Goldman, Research Data Services, Countway Library
Meghan Kerr, Archivist and Records Manager, Center for the History of Medicine
Ashley Thomas, Health Science Data and Digital Services Librarian, Countway Library

This is an in-person workshop. Registration is limited and attendees must have a Harvard University ID (HUID) to enter the Countway Library.

Date:
Wednesday, March 6, 2024
Time:
10:00am - 11:30am
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Location:
Countway L1-028
Campus Location:
Harvard Longwood Campus
Categories:
  Classes     Data Management  

Registration is required. There are 13 seats available.

Event Organizer

Ashley Thomas
Meghan Kerr
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Julie Goldman

 

Need help with data management? Feel free to book a 30 minute meeting slot with me.

Happy to help with data organization, cleaning, and sharing for fostering reproducible workflows and open science!

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